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Title: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Darren on January 04, 2017, 08:26:27 PM
Any recommendations or best place to look for one of these. Hoping to keep to under £250

Thanks
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Rod on January 04, 2017, 09:27:23 PM
eBay.
I got a pure wool black and white herringbone Hickey-Freeman chesterfield for $99 new with tags.
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Woody 64 on January 04, 2017, 09:59:59 PM
https://www.reiss.com/p/double-breasted-coat-mens-basset-in-black-white/?category_id=1113

Nice looking coat...would have to see it in the flesh first though. They do them in navy and camel also.
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on January 05, 2017, 11:40:02 AM
In the Yoox's sales you can find some fairly decent made in Italy coats for less than 200 €, among them this from their own brand "8":

(http://i.imgur.com/yQAWLK7.jpg?1)

Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Adam on January 05, 2017, 04:29:54 PM
Finding a decent wool fitted overcoat (maybe with a velvet top collar) or a nice wool early 60s style car coat for under that kind of money is a difficult one. Now let me think...... No, just can't remember where I saw them, sorry... ::)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Woody 64 on January 05, 2017, 09:29:54 PM
Finding a decent wool fitted overcoat (maybe with a velvet top collar) or a nice wool early 60s style car coat for under that kind of money is a difficult one. Now let me think...... No, just can't remember where I saw them, sorry... ::)

https://jumpthegun.co.uk/category/coatsparkas/

Fixed that for you Adam  ;)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Adam on January 06, 2017, 12:09:58 PM
Cheers Woody.  ;)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on January 09, 2017, 06:16:11 PM

After a nightmare tryin' tae get the courier tae deliver it, finally goat ma hauns oan this Mackintosh coat.

(http://isabela.iweb.co.uk/image/aHR0cDovL3d3dy5icmFuZG91dGxldC5jb20vbWVkaWEvY2F0YWxvZy9wcm9kdWN0L20vYS9tYWNraW50b3NoX3N0YW5sZXlfY2FtZWxfbWFjLmpwZw==?q=75&h=760&w=760&e=1209600&t=outbound)

Might change the buttons, but otherwise ah'm very pleased wi' it.  £215 knocked doon fae £615 oan Brand Outlet.


Will help me carry off that Charles Endell Esq. look.


(https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/2527112169/sl4enwiqmj4js6ldakvo_400x400.jpeg)


Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on January 10, 2017, 10:31:43 AM
That's a beauty, Laird  8)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Woody 64 on January 10, 2017, 12:32:45 PM

After a nightmare tryin' tae get the courier tae deliver it, finally goat ma hauns oan this Mackintosh coat.

(http://isabela.iweb.co.uk/image/aHR0cDovL3d3dy5icmFuZG91dGxldC5jb20vbWVkaWEvY2F0YWxvZy9wcm9kdWN0L20vYS9tYWNraW50b3NoX3N0YW5sZXlfY2FtZWxfbWFjLmpwZw==?q=75&h=760&w=760&e=1209600&t=outbound)

Might change the buttons, but otherwise ah'm very pleased wi' it.  £215 knocked doon fae £615 oan Brand Outlet.


Will help me carry off that Charles Endell Esq. look.


(https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/2527112169/sl4enwiqmj4js6ldakvo_400x400.jpeg)

http://www.highsnobiety.com/2014/01/29/inside-the-mackintosh-factory-cumbernauld-scotland/

Nice coat Budgie....I see from the link that your coat was probably made just along the road from your auld stompin ground Laird,though hopefully the guy in the first photie didnt go near it!  :o ;)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on January 10, 2017, 01:58:48 PM

Thanks fur the warnin' Woody.

Might get it dry cleaned before ah wear it, jist tae be oan the safe side.

 ;)

Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: claudio on February 03, 2017, 09:40:43 AM
That Reiss one is lovely! Hoever beware buying herringbone overcoats especially in that colour as they are hard to match, unless you wear balck that is (like that model, looks like they are at a funaral what with all the dark greys and black).
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Darren on September 09, 2017, 08:46:02 PM
Still looking, happy to increase the budget too :-)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on September 10, 2017, 08:57:50 AM
Still looking, happy to increase the budget too :-)

Perfect timing too, Darren, as the new Uniqlo coats look really nice. First, this Ines de la Fressange/Uqlo collab. for 129 €, in navy blue too. A pity it's a poly/wool mix:

(https://i.imgur.com/PKiWI28.jpg?1)

But the best buy has to go to this wool/cashmere number. I myself would be tempted, if not it's cos I got a camel-hair crombie that's very similar. For 149 € I'd pay the extra bucks and go for it (in navy and black too):

(https://i.imgur.com/9xzbqwd.jpg?1)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on September 17, 2017, 04:55:16 PM

After a nightmare tryin' tae get the courier tae deliver it, finally goat ma hauns oan this Mackintosh coat.

(http://isabela.iweb.co.uk/image/aHR0cDovL3d3dy5icmFuZG91dGxldC5jb20vbWVkaWEvY2F0YWxvZy9wcm9kdWN0L20vYS9tYWNraW50b3NoX3N0YW5sZXlfY2FtZWxfbWFjLmpwZw==?q=75&h=760&w=760&e=1209600&t=outbound)

Might change the buttons, but otherwise ah'm very pleased wi' it.  £215 knocked doon fae £615 oan Brand Outlet.


Will help me carry off that Charles Endell Esq. look.


(https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/2527112169/sl4enwiqmj4js6ldakvo_400x400.jpeg)

http://www.highsnobiety.com/2014/01/29/inside-the-mackintosh-factory-cumbernauld-scotland/

Nice coat Budgie....I see from the link that your coat was probably made just along the road from your auld stompin ground Laird,though hopefully the guy in the first photie didnt go near it!  :o ;)

Wow , how to alienate a large wedge of the customer base. .
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on September 27, 2017, 03:40:30 PM
How about this new COS coat? Some brands, as is the case, seem to be making larger coats for this fall/winter and while burgundy isn't your average colour for a coat, it looks fine to me. 

(https://i.imgur.com/tI37QUu.jpg?1)

(https://i.imgur.com/ODNL45w.jpg?1)

A cheaper option, also COS, in another seldom seen colour -green. But I warn you, this is shorter:

(https://i.imgur.com/TMJkUWA.jpg?1)

Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Bill The Pill on October 21, 2017, 03:54:56 AM
Anyone on here got one of the JTG raincoats by chance? https://jumpthegun.co.uk/product/jtg-raincoat-beige/  Had a few bits off them over the years(suits and knits)and all been good.Weather is usually pretty warm where i am in Oz so don't get much call for overcoats but a lightish raincoat would come in handy from time to time,so wouldn't mind a review/recommendation before i take the plunge as long way to send back!Cheers!
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Essexmark on October 21, 2017, 08:29:11 AM
Bill, I have one of the JTG raincoats. Very nice, unfussy and slim fitting. Worth the money mate imho.
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on October 21, 2017, 12:11:42 PM
Ma experiences ay Australian rain ye'd need a scuba suit tae keep it oot!

Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on October 21, 2017, 12:18:32 PM
Indeed Laird , indeed. .😆
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Lord Mulberry on October 21, 2017, 03:49:56 PM
Look good but I'd rather go for something waterproof, especially in this stinking climate
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Bill The Pill on October 21, 2017, 08:59:24 PM
Bill, I have one of the JTG raincoats. Very nice, unfussy and slim fitting. Worth the money mate imho.
Cheers Mark.
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Bill The Pill on October 21, 2017, 09:00:55 PM
Ma experiences ay Australian rain ye'd need a scuba suit tae keep it oot!

Yeah,when it rains up here.....it really rains,thankfully we dont get much of it!
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Becky_Moffitt_83 on October 23, 2017, 11:47:00 AM
Ma experiences ay Australian rain ye'd need a scuba suit tae keep it oot!

Yeah,when it rains up here.....it really rains,thankfully we dont get much of it!

Very true!  8)
If I still lived in Melbourne, it's four seasons in one day. However, winter in Ballarat is like the UK on a good [weather] day. Wet and miserable...  ;)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on October 23, 2017, 10:20:00 PM
Ma experiences ay Australian rain ye'd need a scuba suit tae keep it oot!

Yeah,when it rains up here.....it really rains,thankfully we dont get much of it!

Very true!  8)
If I still lived in Melbourne, it's four seasons in one day. However, winter in Ballarat is like the UK on a good [weather] day. Wet and miserable...  ;)

(http://www.sagegateshead.com/files/images/applicationfiles/9977.5368.2015atg40X67mmBiggirlsdontcry/590x372.fitandcrop.jpg)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Rod on October 24, 2017, 09:53:16 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.

I looked at the crombie style coats. They were reduced to $120. They still didn’t impress me. I tried on a medium over my blazer. Shoulders OK, sleeves too long, length acceptable, skirts way too flared and that was with the vent still basted. The hand is quite soft due to the cashmere content and it still has a rough flannel-like texture but what I really didn’t like was the colour - in real life it’s a sort of dirty tan not the gold-mustard-camel colour I was expecting. Anyway I’m not being sent up here very often these days and don’t have the need for another formal winter coat so I took my other goodies and bounced!
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on October 25, 2017, 07:39:26 AM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)



Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on October 25, 2017, 10:32:28 AM
Aye Uniqlo is whaur ah buy most ay ma socks these days.

Buy 2 or 3 pairs in the same colour then when ye get a hole in yin ye kin keep it's neighbour as a spare until another pair turns holey.

 
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on October 25, 2017, 05:13:48 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

Not so much the cost , Sydney , more like the lack of availability . .

If I'm not wearing socks that match my outfit , my default colour is always red . I think it is a late Mod thing and it shows my movements better when dancing . I was on a course recently and I got comments about my sock choice from "normals" , mostly complimentary. . 8)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Ady C on October 25, 2017, 05:32:47 PM
Aye Uniqlo is whaur ah buy most ay ma socks these days.

Buy 2 or 3 pairs in the same colour then when ye get a hole in yin ye kin keep it's neighbour as a spare until another pair turns holey.

I never thought to do that! I've been chucking them out when one of them get holey   :(
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on October 25, 2017, 06:12:47 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

Not so much the cost , Sydney , more like the lack of availability . .

If I'm not wearing socks that match my outfit , my default colour is always red . I think it is a late Mod thing and it shows my movements better when dancing . I was on a course recently and I got comments about my sock choice from "normals" , mostly complimentary. . 8)

I've got tons of socks, as I need (yes, those obsessions of ours) them to match my trousers (or if it can't be well done, my shoes), but I've never liked bright red shoes, too flashy, I prefer burgundy. Maybe I'm so lousy a dancer I want my movements to go unnoticed  ;D

I remember a good friend of mine from the revival days always wore red socks, it was pretty usual those days (as were white socks).
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on October 25, 2017, 06:32:00 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

Not so much the cost , Sydney , more like the lack of availability . .

If I'm not wearing socks that match my outfit , my default colour is always red . I think it is a late Mod thing and it shows my movements better when dancing . I was on a course recently and I got comments about my sock choice from "normals" , mostly complimentary. . 8)


Remember red socks bein' a bit ay a skinheid fetish n'aw.

Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on October 25, 2017, 07:11:47 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

Not so much the cost , Sydney , more like the lack of availability . .

If I'm not wearing socks that match my outfit , my default colour is always red . I think it is a late Mod thing and it shows my movements better when dancing . I was on a course recently and I got comments about my sock choice from "normals" , mostly complimentary. . 8)


Remember red socks bein' a bit ay a skinheid fetish n'aw.

I do favour the style of the late Mods/ early skin , as I have said , 1967 was a great year . . 8)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: detroitmike on October 28, 2017, 01:53:48 AM
Not that I needed another coat but at 60% off...
(http://s7d4.scene7.com/is/image/BrooksBrothers/ML00417_BLACK-WHITE?$bbenlarged$)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Becky_Moffitt_83 on October 28, 2017, 12:47:22 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

So long as it's only two shades of grey and not fifty...  ;)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on October 28, 2017, 01:40:42 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

Not so much the cost , Sydney , more like the lack of availability . .

If I'm not wearing socks that match my outfit , my default colour is always red . I think it is a late Mod thing and it shows my movements better when dancing . I was on a course recently and I got comments about my sock choice from "normals" , mostly complimentary. . 8)

I've got tons of socks, as I need (yes, those obsessions of ours) them to match my trousers (or if it can't be well done, my shoes), but I've never liked bright red shoes, too flashy, I prefer burgundy. Maybe I'm so lousy a dancer I want my movements to go unnoticed  ;D

I remember a good friend of mine from the revival days always wore red socks, it was pretty usual those days (as were white socks).

Yes , I recall you saying once you literally have hundreds of socks and the ones l seen look good , especially of the verticle stripe variety.
I don't do red shoes either I have oxblood Sebago's and I have oxblood boots of course . I do remember the white socks thing that went on in the 8ts but the only white socks l have now are for cycling in , of course. I don't even wear white socks with my kilt now. . 8)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on November 03, 2017, 06:10:54 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

So long as it's only two shades of grey and not fifty...  ;)

 ;D
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on November 03, 2017, 06:13:30 PM
Not that I needed another coat but at 60% off...
(http://s7d4.scene7.com/is/image/BrooksBrothers/ML00417_BLACK-WHITE?$bbenlarged$)

That BB number looks very nice, Mike. I like double breasted coats but with my height I'm afraid I can't get away with them  :-\
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on November 03, 2017, 06:21:17 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

Not so much the cost , Sydney , more like the lack of availability . .

If I'm not wearing socks that match my outfit , my default colour is always red . I think it is a late Mod thing and it shows my movements better when dancing . I was on a course recently and I got comments about my sock choice from "normals" , mostly complimentary. . 8)

I've got tons of socks, as I need (yes, those obsessions of ours) them to match my trousers (or if it can't be well done, my shoes), but I've never liked bright red shoes, too flashy, I prefer burgundy. Maybe I'm so lousy a dancer I want my movements to go unnoticed  ;D

I remember a good friend of mine from the revival days always wore red socks, it was pretty usual those days (as were white socks).

Yes , I recall you saying once you literally have hundreds of socks and the ones l seen look good , especially of the verticle stripe variety.
I don't do red shoes either I have oxblood Sebago's and I have oxblood boots of course . I do remember the white socks thing that went on in the 8ts but the only white socks l have now are for cycling in , of course. I don't even wear white socks with my kilt now. . 8)

Sorry, I meant socks, not shoes, to me red shoes are something out of The Wizard of Oz or a 70s blaxploitation movie really. Well, tbh hundreds of socks would be a bit of an overstatement, 30 pairs would be closer to the truth.  But white socks I do wear, usually with very casual clobber (for instance, Jack Purcells, chinos & a t-shirt)

Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on November 03, 2017, 06:56:30 PM
By the way I had a day in New York today and nipped in to Uniqlo to escape the rain. Got some socks and yet another Breton type top. Socks were $2 per pair, top was $15.


At 2,90€ in Europe, their socks are very good value for money, a substantial poly/cotton mix, way better than Zara or Mango.

BTW, some time ago someone here -mr. Bond maybe?- complained about the difficulty to find well priced vertical striped socks; well, Uniqlo has got them at 3,90 €/pair, albeit in just two shades of grey:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOgx87S.jpg?1)

Not so much the cost , Sydney , more like the lack of availability . .

If I'm not wearing socks that match my outfit , my default colour is always red . I think it is a late Mod thing and it shows my movements better when dancing . I was on a course recently and I got comments about my sock choice from "normals" , mostly complimentary. . 8)

I've got tons of socks, as I need (yes, those obsessions of ours) them to match my trousers (or if it can't be well done, my shoes), but I've never liked bright red shoes, too flashy, I prefer burgundy. Maybe I'm so lousy a dancer I want my movements to go unnoticed  ;D

I remember a good friend of mine from the revival days always wore red socks, it was pretty usual those days (as were white socks).

Yes , I recall you saying once you literally have hundreds of socks and the ones l seen look good , especially of the verticle stripe variety.
I don't do red shoes either I have oxblood Sebago's and I have oxblood boots of course . I do remember the white socks thing that went on in the 8ts but the only white socks l have now are for cycling in , of course. I don't even wear white socks with my kilt now. . 8)

Sorry, I meant socks, not shoes, to me red shoes are something out of The Wizard of Oz or a 70s blaxploitation movie really. Well, tbh hundreds of socks would be a bit of an overstatement, 30 pairs would be closer to the truth.  But white socks I do wear, usually with very casual clobber (for instance, Jack Purcells, chinos & a t-shirt)

In this country , white socks became a bit of a no go area. . :)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on November 04, 2017, 02:39:13 AM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: detroitmike on November 04, 2017, 11:35:31 AM
+1, Laird... ;)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on November 04, 2017, 03:30:19 PM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on November 05, 2017, 07:10:03 PM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .

You're right, Laird, but I love digressing  ;)
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on November 05, 2017, 08:07:38 PM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .

You're right, Laird, but I love digressing  ;)

You could start a sock thread and then we could swing around to coats , thus redressing the balance . .



Long live the Mod's . .
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: The Laird of Enfield on November 06, 2017, 01:04:55 AM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .

You're right, Laird, but I love digressing  ;)

You could start a sock thread and then we could swing around to coats , thus redressing the balance . .



Long live the Mod's . .


Or a raincoat thread - aboot coats that keep gettin' "soaked".


Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Rod on November 06, 2017, 08:21:32 AM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .

You're right, Laird, but I love digressing  ;)

You could start a sock thread and then we could swing around to coats , thus redressing the balance . .



Long live the Mod's . .

Long live the Mod’s what?
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: greenstreet on November 06, 2017, 08:51:05 AM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .

You're right, Laird, but I love digressing  ;)

You could start a sock thread and then we could swing around to coats , thus redressing the balance . .



Long live the Mod's . .

Long live the Mod’s what?

The Mod's socks, obviously.
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on November 06, 2017, 06:13:48 PM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .

You're right, Laird, but I love digressing  ;)

You could start a sock thread and then we could swing around to coats , thus redressing the balance . .



Long live the Mod's . .

Long live the Mod’s what?

The Mod's socks, obviously.

                                :D
Title: Re: Crombie or smart winter coats
Post by: Simon Bond on November 06, 2017, 07:36:35 PM
Youse boays should really clear off n' start yir ain sock thread.

Totally hijackin' the coat thread!

 Positively shocking . .

You're right, Laird, but I love digressing  ;)

You could start a sock thread and then we could swing around to coats , thus redressing the balance . .



Long live the Mod's . .


Or a raincoat thread - aboot coats that keep gettin' "soaked".

                  ;D





                                                                                                       Long live the Mods. .