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 I would stay with 36, especially since you mentioned the rest of the fit is good in the later post - it's better to bring the waist in a bit than let it out, especially with cotton where the previous stitching lines will show.
Hey, does anyone have any bright-lighted pictures of the chessboard tweed - how dark is it, say compared to the salt and pepper UK donegal?   PS, if anyone's on the fence about the charcoal birdseye (http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/trousers-chinos/products/slim-walt-trouser-superfine-black-and-white-birdseye), this fabric is rediculous - heavy, really soft (my wife is jealous of it), and a great textured pattern, really versatile!
 Taylor Stitch has relaunched their womens line too - my wife likes the look of their stuff (and she's probably sadder than anyone that there's no more Epaulet Femme).
 EBay:http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sacat=0&_nkw=navy+pea+coat+button&_frs=1
I'm in for Secret Santa - Seattle FTW!
 OK, I think I'm a solid example case for this:I love the Walt - I started out with the Rivet and wear Walts almost every day now I love all the extra belt loops (and the smaller size) vs the Rivet.  The little things! I've tailored the legs of each pair - the standard leg is just a little too wide on me I have a few pairs of the Regiment Twill Walts that are my go-to chinos - these I've tailored to almost exactly the leg you described, right down to a 7.5" leg opening...
This.  Don't love it, don't buy it. Unless you're literally going to freeze or something.
 Definitely (I have the older version).
 Oh heck yes!  The normally finished sleeves is awesome for those of us with short arms! How's the length on this, as I'm typically a short jacket length.  If you have a wool swatch and sizing info, I'm up for preordering one of those wool units... 
I'm definitely in for Secret Santa...I definitely can work up some artisanal Seattle! 
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