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^ Pssh. You can have them taken in. Don't let something like "sizing" get in your way.
All items ship via USPS Priority Mail free within CONUS. International shipping or expedited shipping available at cost. All payments via PayPal.     Some more closet cleaning:   1. BNWT Epaulet x Liberty of London Koi print shirt, size M (measurements in pics). A great shirt done in an incredible fabric with shell buttons. Bought new on sale. Cold washed and hang-dried once. Never worn! Bought new on sale for $100-ish, yours for $45 SOLD.   2. Gitman Bros....
Some ridiculous deals here...   All items ship via USPS Priority Mail free within CONUS. International shipping or expedited shipping available at cost. All payments via PayPal.     A little closet cleaning:   1. Up from Epaulet's Factory Finds, round II, is a pair of NWT Brown-Olive ("Brolive") three-season Walt trousers. This fabric is a beautiful brown-olive shade, with variegated colors visible up close. Unlike most tweed trousers, these are truly of a...
Wrong forum -- closing listing.   EDIT: Correct listing: http://www.styleforum.net/t/326707/nwt-epaulet-walt-trousers-brown-olive-3-season-tweed-washed-red-nwot-hickey-freeman
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Wrong thread -- listing closed. Apologies!   See this thread for correct listing: http://www.styleforum.net/t/326707/nwt-epaulet-walt-trousers-brown-olive-3-season-tweed-washed-red-nwot-hickey-freeman
^ Use the shoulder measurement as a guide. It does sound like you're a 40R in Mike x Southwick stuff (it all has the same fit). For reference, I'm also a Medium in Epaulet shirting, the shoulders are just a tad larger than they might be, and I take a 38R.
They all fit about the same. Any variation seems mostly due to the fact that Walts are all hand cut. Thicker fabrics make up a tad larger than thinner ones, but the difference in my experience is in millimeters, not inches or anything.
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