why does everyone wearing these have at least one of the following things:
>overweight or underweight
>uses public transport
>looking for a peacoat at the mall
>only large sizes are available in store
>go to amazon
>all the posters in the reviews are tagged as having bought at least American L or XL
Can someone explain this thing about obese people and peacoats?
> hating on public transport
have fun covering your insecurities with elitism
>tfw based L O N D O N public transport
stay shitty, ameriplebs
Bro, 2 days before Christmas they cancelled 75 fucking percent of trains leaving London.
There was a riot at Finsbury Park station because 20000 people trying to leave the Arsenal football stadium tried to rush a 4 car train they niggerrigged to take people to Hatfield instead of Cambridge.
It was actually like the Tet offensive with people that couldnt get on screaming and hitting the windows and cursing
>don't get them wet
do you realize how retarded this sounds?
they're by far the most popular 'fashionable' men's coat for decades now, so obviously you will see a shitload of unfashionable everyday people wearing them
they are still a classic though, just because they're so widely common doesn't mean they're any less of a well-designed coat
>do you realize how retarded this sounds?
I wasn't saying that you cant get them wet but more along the lines of that if you can avoid it it's better. They smell kinda bad when you get them wet and pill easier but they still insulate very well when wet
it is still great... i have been on nearly every good public transit system for weeks at a time... lets not be too elitist azn-man
barcelona most comf, france most fun, NYE smelliest :D
I wear my dads navy peacoat since it's a great coat. It almost fits perfectly but it's just a bit big. Should I have it tailored a bit? Also should I take his rank off? I don't want to be a like stolen valor fag or some shit
not everyone lives big towns
being dependent on when and where buses, trams etc go is like being a second class citizen. same goes with owning a house vs. making money for landlord
pic unrelated? that fit is actually sick
making peacoats work is 90% ensuring that the rest of your outfit is up to snuff. Most of the time it means being #menswear enough. That guy decided to go for a more military inspired look, and it's great.
That beard is stomach churning
>model is wearing 3xl
This made me giggle
don't feed them after midnight either
not everyone lives in bumfuck nowhere, m8
>driving more than 20kmph
a man can dream
>1800 + 216
>still using the imperial system
fucking pleb, kill yourself
it depends how you see it, i´ve seen some effay qts in the metro and horrid manlet orcs in BMWs
kek, nah m8, tall people look ridiculous in bikes, its like a highspeed pillar with wheels and dont get me started on biking clothes
>Implying anywhere in America is more effay than Paris, Milan, London or Tokyo
Leave your country for once m8
kek, poor redneck, thinks his plain basic and boring shithole is effay
peacoats are not especially 'in fashion' anymore, but around ~2010 they were a hot item a lot of fashionable guys had, so nowadays there's a glut of images of dudes looking good in peacoats floating around the online men's fashion forums where dweebs go to learn how to clean themselves up.
I went to Tokyo last summer. After using the JR line and subways, it made me not want to drive around when I came back home. I am very convinced that that city has the best public transportation in the world. I was literally able to go to almost an exact location I wanted.
I still think they can look good, depends on the cut of the coat, the person wearing it, what it's worn with.
Obviously if it's worn with jeans and a t-shirt you'll look like a tool.
Should I cop a Uniqlo Chesterfield as a casual top coat? I usually wear shirts (sometimes with a sweater or cardigan) and chinoes (black, olive). Typically with some brown leather boots. I have a pair of black Palladiums too but they might be too casual.
I've been wearing a peacoat for years but I wanted something different.
>peacoat without a scarf
It just looks incomplete
Like that big gap in the upper chest looks like it needs something. Not that I would wear a peacoat to begin with. But it really bothers me when I see someone with that big gap in their peacoat. Worse is if they're just wearing a tshirt or some shit underneath
>DC metro is pretty good
red line has never not been fucked