>>10862461 it MUST MUST MUST fit correctly. Any hint of it being too baggy or the shoulders not fitting right were they should and you're in second-rate failed school shooter meme territory. If you get it from a thrift store, take it to a tailor.
Also pay attention to the colours, because beige and camel have shades to them, and they should match your skin tone. If it looks wrong, it is.
>>10862600 also: don't ever do up the belt buckle properly. It's like doing up the bottom button on your two- or three-button blazer; an entry level menswear mistake. Tie it like the model in OP's post, or wear it open and tuck the belt ends into the pockets.
>>10862652 Because there are rules. There are always rules. Because the trench is one of the oldest garments in production that people still actually wear today, and wearing it the supposed "wrong way" telegraphs to the world that you don't really know what you're doing. Same goes for men's suits.
>>10862712 Sure, there's tons of ways and they're all unisex. I like the tied-round-the-back thing although it's uncomfortable sometimes when leaning back on it.
Look, it's also a matter of practicality as well as a well-established convention. Even on Burberry or Aquascutum coats, the buckle is... kind of shit. It's fussy, it's hard to do up, sometimes they have D-rings and it's the least /fa thing in the world to fiddle with them when walking down the street.
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