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Help with a grey sport coat

Discussion in 'Andy's Fashion Forum' started by never behind, Aug 10, 2017.

  1. FLMike

    FLMike Honors Member

    United States
    FL
    West Coast
    Navy or charcoal.
     
  2. Woofa

    Woofa Senior Member

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    Texas
    Fort Worth
    The main three hues in my color tripod are grey, brown and blue. I find that all things being equal, and within some limits, you should always be able to match among the three.
    FYI, my fourth color is green.
     
  3. FLMike

    FLMike Honors Member

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    FL
    West Coast
    My primary objective is to coordinate, rather than match.
     
  4. delicious_scent

    delicious_scent Senior Member

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    Saskatchewan
    Regina
    The shade of blue used for the lining is another alternative for trousers.
     
  5. JBierly

    JBierly Super Member

    United States
    Tennessee
    Chattanooga
    Exactly my thought.
     
  6. never behind

    never behind Active Member with Corp. Privileges

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    Zionsville
    Thanks for the input everyone. Very helpful.


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  7. never behind

    never behind Active Member with Corp. Privileges

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    Instead of a new thread, I thought I'd post this here. I skipped the HF coat but grabbed this Samuelsohn on sale at Saks. I'm trying to decide if I should keep it. Would you classify this as a mid grey? Pairing it with items in my closet, the pattern helps it match browns and navy pants. Also seems a charcoal and light grey solid trousers work, too. Any thoughts?

    Also, I'm still trying to develop my abilities to know if things fit or not. How do the shoulders look? Anything else I need to focus on before I keep and have it tailored.

    Many thanks in advance. Finding this forum late last year has been great. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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  8. SG_67

    SG_67 Connoisseur

    United States
    Illinois
    Chicago
    ^ I think that's a great jacket and could be paired with any number of slacks.

    As for fit, it's difficult to tell from the pics posted. The shoulders look ok to me. How does it feel?
     
  9. never behind

    never behind Active Member with Corp. Privileges

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    United States
    IN
    Zionsville
    Feels great to me; a very nice jacket. Great hand. I can see why Samuelsohn has such a good reputation[​IMG][​IMG]. I need to bring in the waist, shorten the sleeves, etc - normal stuff. Never owned a Samuelsohn, so I was anxious to be able to try one. Figured it was worth it for $350.


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  10. JBierly

    JBierly Super Member

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    Tennessee
    Chattanooga
    I think your second choice is much more versatile.
     
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