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    I have a few trench coats. a Kashmir one from Armani and some no name brand thats more of a cloth like the one shown here. I love mine. It's great for when it's super cold out. Which is quite rare in Socali lol.
    I say go ahead and get a nice coat. It's a lifetime piece of clothing.
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    Can I wear dark blue jeans with a light colored french cuff shirt and a black (suit) jacket?

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    Jeans + T-coat is acceptable...don't limit yourself to tan/khaki, take a look at gray/charcoal.
    While shopping for a Burberry P-coat last season, the sales person had me try on 4 different fits (don't know if available in all countries/markets). I was able to find one that fit my build without any mods/alterations.
    Burberry Japan is able to take measurements and make mod/alterations.

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    *askandyaboutclothes.com


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    I have that trench coat and I love it, although I will say I only wear it with a blazer or suit. Never really thought of wearing it with jeans...
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    Rock the trench!

    and make it look more trendy with some cool dark wash jeans and so hot shoes... Just my thoughts. But jeans and a cool looking shoe will always bring it together.

    Quote Originally Posted by SBasham View Post
    Can I wear dark blue jeans with a light colored french cuff shirt and a black (suit) jacket?
    Why not! Dark wash always go well with suit jackets. My son Kyivk rocks it all the time. Not always dark wash but always a dark suit jacket.

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    every rule of fashion can be broken... it all depends on you, your coordination and your confidence... but yes you can rock a trench with jeans
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