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    Hello.

    I'm looking for a jacket, something that's quite light, in the sense that I can have it half-way open and it shows the t-shirt underneath, without looking silly, but something that will last well through winter.

    (Basically, it's socially acceptable to wear the same jacket/coaty-type thing everyday, but just change the t-shirt underneath. This is cheaper than buying loads of different hoodies and wearing them half-way open to show the t-shirt, as it is not socially acceptable to wear the same hoodie every day.)

    As a very, very rough guideline, something like this demonstrates what I'm on about:

    http://www.burton.co.uk/webapp/wcs/s...S05VBLK_NEWMOD

    It's not that nice, but is a jacket light enough to be worn half-way open to show the t-shirt, but 'coaty' enough to be socially acceptable to wear very regularly.

    Something like that, brown would probably be a nicer colour, possibly a dark green colour, maybe even a grey or black :eek:

    Oh and it can't be too expensive, like £60 tops tops.

    I think I've been too picky

    Thank you!
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    Try here:

    http://www.mandmdirect.com/ProductList.asp

    or here:

    http://www.asos.com/Men/Jackets-Wais...ize=20&sort=-1
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    the only nice one on m and m is Fenchurch chavs like that

    And asos is expensive :eek:

    But thank you for the reply!
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    http://www.republic.co.uk/Mens/Jacke...emsperpage=100
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    http://www.superdrystore.com/search....c=a2GSpnDbruI=
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    Tried both

    Everything there is too centered around branding and shapeless

    But thank you for replying
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    Form those two sites, this is nearish to what would be cool:

    http://www.republic.co.uk/Jackets/Cr...ket/invt/57714

    The top of the jacket is manky though, and it's not got the colour or shape to hold it.
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    Anyone else?
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    This is perfect! http://www.designerwear.co.uk/conten...zip-jacket-g22

    BUT! It's sadly a nylon jacket so it's very thin and flimsy with no shape

    If anyone can find that jacket, in a jackety form! then please tell!
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    (Original post by Casserole At The Keyboard)
    Hello.

    I'm looking for a jacket, something that's quite light, in the sense that I can have it half-way open and it shows the t-shirt underneath, without looking silly, but something that will last well through winter.

    (Basically, it's socially acceptable to wear the same jacket/coaty-type thing everyday, but just change the t-shirt underneath. This is cheaper than buying loads of different hoodies and wearing them half-way open to show the t-shirt, as it is not socially acceptable to wear the same hoodie every day.)

    As a very, very rough guideline, something like this demonstrates what I'm on about:

    http://www.burton.co.uk/webapp/wcs/s...S05VBLK_NEWMOD

    It's not that nice, but is a jacket light enough to be worn half-way open to show the t-shirt, but 'coaty' enough to be socially acceptable to wear very regularly.

    Something like that, brown would probably be a nicer colour, possibly a dark green colour, maybe even a grey or black :eek:

    Oh and it can't be too expensive, like £60 tops tops.

    I think I've been too picky

    Thank you!
    http://www.burton.co.uk/webapp/wcs/s...6136&langId=-1

    I just ordered it
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    (Original post by Maximum Velocity)
    http://www.burton.co.uk/webapp/wcs/s...6136&langId=-1

    I just ordered it
    Not bad, if it was a green/lighter brown it would look more inviting, not bad though.
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    (Original post by Casserole At The Keyboard)
    Not bad, if it was a green/lighter brown it would look more inviting, not bad though.
    Yes I'd definityl where it if it was green/black aswell.
 
 
 

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