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Re: The decline of the 3 button suit (article)
« Reply #30 on: April 19, 2018, 12:18:33 PM »
He was actually 35 when he made that but sadly that is still maybe 15/20 years younger than most of us.
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Re: The decline of the 3 button suit (article)
« Reply #31 on: April 19, 2018, 03:28:57 PM »
He was actually 35 when he made that but sadly that is still maybe 15/20 years younger than most of us.

35 is a man's prime, Martin! Anyway, I reckon you've got to be in good shape and be of a certain height to look good in a light coloured peacoat. Nothing against the coat itself, in fact it's stunning.

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Re: The decline of the 3 button suit (article)
« Reply #32 on: April 19, 2018, 04:14:29 PM »
He was actually 35 when he made that but sadly that is still maybe 15/20 years younger than most of us.

35 is a man's prime, Martin! Anyway, I reckon you've got to be in good shape and be of a certain height to look good in a light coloured peacoat. Nothing against the coat itself, in fact it's stunning.

I asked my son , who is 20 and a big fan of Caine and that movie . He reckoned I would look good in that jacket . .



So I have spoken to my suede tailor. . :P
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Re: The decline of the 3 button suit (article)
« Reply #33 on: April 20, 2018, 08:48:59 AM »
He was actually 35 when he made that but sadly that is still maybe 15/20 years younger than most of us.

35 is a man's prime, Martin! Anyway, I reckon you've got to be in good shape and be of a certain height to look good in a light coloured peacoat. Nothing against the coat itself, in fact it's stunning.

I asked my son , who is 20 and a big fan of Caine and that movie . He reckoned I would look good in that jacket . .



So I have spoken to my suede tailor. . :P

Before you raise your spirits too much, mr. Bond, I'd like to remind you that a bespoke suede peacoat nowadays wouldn't be under the 2.000 pounds mark!!!! You better keep an eye on eBay, lol.

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Re: The decline of the 3 button suit (article)
« Reply #34 on: April 20, 2018, 12:31:08 PM »
Totally with you guys. Yeah agreed 35 is an age I bloody wished I was still and of course he looks in great shape, tall, good hair and all the rest. If you go for it Simon keep us up to speed on progress. It is a cracker of a coat without question.

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Re: The decline of the 3 button suit (article)
« Reply #35 on: April 20, 2018, 01:52:43 PM »
He was actually 35 when he made that but sadly that is still maybe 15/20 years younger than most of us.

35 is a man's prime, Martin! Anyway, I reckon you've got to be in good shape and be of a certain height to look good in a light coloured peacoat. Nothing against the coat itself, in fact it's stunning.

I asked my son , who is 20 and a big fan of Caine and that movie . He reckoned I would look good in that jacket . .



So I have spoken to my suede tailor. . :P

Anderson and Butler,heard they make Beautiful Ones for Filmstars!  ;D

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