Peacoast are classic. Give it a couple of years and /fa/ will come back around. Most adults wear parkas this year (you should only wear a hoodie if you're in high school), but it's not like it was a bad purchase.
>>9000745 Kek >>9000413 Ey but really, Op, some good leather shoes, good fitting chinos (in dark colors), with an OCBD under a sweater can look dope with a peacoat.
I hope you live in a truly cold place, because some black leather gloves and a scarf can really make it come together. I hope you're closer to 30 than 20, though.
Just keep it. Its menswear core, which you will need to get into once you're out of undergrad college, in order to attract them 30-something women.
Just wear it PROPERLY.
The only reason we criticize it is because people aged 16-25 think it makes them look manly and mature, but their baby faces and poor sense of fashion/self-awarness ruin what the peacoat is supposed to be. They wearing runing shoes, baggy jeans, and a crew neck tee under it. A peacoat is meanswear business-core, not casual wear. You will find yourself wearing one to the office and semi-nice events in the winter. Just for out-and-about shit, get something more causual, and age-appropriate if you still don't have a bachelor's degree / live off your parents' money.
Once you're actually trying to attract adult women for serious, mature relationships, you'll appreciate it.
>>9001188 what? ok you're not trying to attract 30-something women straight out of college, I give you that, but once you have a full time career starting up, you're looking for mid 20's grills. its not long at all until you're in your 30's.
18-22 year old girls begin to lose their charm once you've actually got responsibilities. Sure, they're hot, but you want someone that's their own person, with freedom, that you don't have to take care of and hold their hand. The squeeling of teen grills becomes somewhat fucking horrifying.
Thus, you start to appreciate women leaving their teens and early 20's behind.
>>9002362 There's a store in LA that sells the clothes used in TV shows. You can get designer shit from TV for thrift-store prices, and they were only worn once to film a scene. I'm Hannibal's size, it turns out, and copped two of the sweaters on the show that he wears.
I only wear one though, cause the other is a little TOO formal for school and shit. I save it for nice evenings out. The mother fucker is too stylish for my lifestyle.
>>9001215 This is fucking retarded, do you not know how generations work? When the 20 somethings of today become 40 somethings of tomorrow, they don't suddenly love everything the 40 year olds liked 20 years ago.
>>9000460 No they're fucking not. Peacoats have become synonymous with tryhard hipster. I don't use the word hipster cause I'm not retarded, but that's what the average person thinks when they see a peacoat IRL now. Long hoodies just look like long hoodies.
>But muh peacoat lasts longer! Yeah, most coats last longer than hoodies, this is because they're thicker. A sweatshirt is a completely different thing than a coat.
>>9002372 I've got a pair of Prada loafers and pants that Michael Keaton wore in the new Robo Cop. I paid $65 shipped on eBay. It also came with the shirt (was an entire outfit) but I just binned it since it was JCrew or something.
No, this Sri Lankan Webcomic Fan Community is hardly an average set of people. A peacoat is a business appropriate, military inspired wool coat that one wears in the winter. You obviously don't live anywhere cold, or at least aren't employed.
>>9003235 I didn't say the average person on /fa/ you shithead, I'm talking about real people. In every social group I've interacted with, it was nomenclature to refer to peacoats as one would refer to fedoras circa 2009.
I live in NYC, and no I'm a business student. I've done internships and I've been to countless networking events, I've never seen anyone wear a fucking peacoat, and I remember actually joking with an analyst I was placed under about how obnoxious these pseudo hipster kids are with their peacoats and doc martens.
Go back to reading GQ or the art of manliness or whatever bullshit "oh I'm so masculine and professional" publication you're fond of.
Also, post a fit of you with your peacoat, cause it's obvious you recently bought one.
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