10th & Alder

Fashion

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I’m in the market for a new denim jacket, but maybe a coat like this should be higher on my list? The two-storied square pockets with rounded bottom corners and the white stitching all look great. Actually the thing I like most is how it hangs loosely down the front but the sleeves still stack stiffly around the elbow.

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8 Responses to “10th & Alder”

  1. Greg says:

    Looks like a vintage chore coat, check out examples from Big Mac, Erwin, Payday etc. Looks like a 30′s era model judging from the buttons.

  2. Greg says:

    actually looks like a 1940′s Lee chore coat to be exact

  3. noah says:

    he’s my brother : )

  4. Opal says:

    He got the look!!

  5. Eric says:

    Hey there! I stumbled upon your blog, really nice work! I had to comment because I noticed we found and photographed the same guy!

    http://simplyaweso.me/2012/07/on-the-street-pioneer-square-portland-or-5/

    Good eye :)

  6. MOA says:

    Yo Ry!

    We have a great Tellason chore coat. Come check it out.

  7. araybanfan says:

    That’s a rotring pencil. I have the exact model.

  8. MGH says:

    Hey, just stumbled upon your site, well done! Id love to contribute in some way. Is this run entirely by one person? Great hub of Portland whatnot, killer photos…

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