19th c BD is definitely the most exaggerated example of the EG shirt cut. Embrace it or find another style that suits your tastes more The round collar and tab collar shirts have the most traditional 'slim' fit if that's more your style
Looser fit imo. Runs on the short side because of the square hem. I take a Medium in all EG shirting I've tried (19th c. BD, Tab collar, Miner, Round collar) and I own one from last S/S in a Medium. Shoulders and armholes are on the snug side but the body is nice and looseI've posted a few fits wearing it but I can't find them right now '-_-
Up for sale is an OrSlow Shaggy Boy Cardigan. Tags have been cut off but are included. Never been worn out.
Colour: Navy/Grey Wide Stripe
Size: Size 4 (L)
Length - 29.5"
Shoulder to shoulder - 18.5"
Top of shoulder to cuff - 25"
Price includes shipping within N. America. Paypal fees are not so send payment as gift or include an additional 4%
Up for sale is a BNWT pair of Engineered Garments Workaday 5-pocket pants. Technically these are called 'cords' but they don't feel anything like corduroy. They're much closer to a crisp twill.
Waist - 16"
Inseam - 32"
Front rise - 11"
Price includes shipping within N. America. Paypal fees not included (send payment as gift or include additional 4% for fees)