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Thank you! PRT - I agree, super comfy, dressy and absolutely perfect for summer or indoors.
EG wedding outfit SS14 Navy tropical wool suit, Andover + Cinch pants SS13 Polka dot bow tie FW12 I think.. Pocket Square Our Legacy 1950s shirt Worcestershire Leather Company Quick Release belt Alden Cordovan LWB Fantastic (and very thin and "airy") wool fabric even for really hot days so it makes for a great summer suit!
Sorry if this has been mentioned before but do the STARKs run small this winter? END has the medium at 19" pit to pit which seems small. Last FW13 I took a large in the Stark because they ran smaller than FW12 in which I took a medium. I'm about a 40" chest. Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks.
That is also true. Measurements are your friend! Btw, I am anywhere between XS and L in EG. (a sad, true story) Recommending EG to friends is really simple; sure buddy just go with XS, S, M or L and you'll be fine
I disagree that the Brookline runs large. I've got one from SS12 and one from FW13 and both fits as small and tight as the Andover.
Incredibly strong collection from EG. Pretty much love everything from the lookbook but these particular outfits are simply "wow" for me. Very impressed with this collection. To the left... What's up with the names? B2B jacket and B1P pant? I'm guessing the styles are new. The jacket seems to be a mix between an Andover and Truman or something like that. Anyone knows if it's fully lined? What are the different colours/fabrics for the Duffle Coat, Ghurka pants, USN...
EG, Needles and Gitman. SS14 Tropical wool Andover!
@eluther I think RRL jeans goes well with EG. Unfortunately don't own any myself but from what i've seen they match EG well. And ofcourse you'll get them in different fits.
I've been wondering if that patterned coat is a Duffle. Looks very modified from the last couple of years. Anyone knows if that's the case, and what more variations it'll be available in?
True, that's why I ended up with the wool Andover (was considering the batik) because of it's versatility. It's the same with the vest ofcourse.Thinking about it most my vests are prints, the ones that's solids are hooded so the wool would probably be the safer choice. It's tempting to lean towards some of the more daring stuff too. I always appreciate something ventured, that's what makes that special EG twist I guess. Enough of my ramblings, I'll have to sleep on this I...
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