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@Dino anytime mate! Slam jam socialism over in Italy have an online store that carry the chambray one you can easily try there. They throw in free worldwide shipping if you spend over 200 euros. http://www.slamjamsocialism.com/en/16_engineered-garments @mbaum firstly thank you for the kind words and secondly sorry for the terrible iPhone pics but yes it's the black batik printed baker jacket. Any shorts and or pants colours will work with this outfit. Enjoy!
^ nice scarf! @canstylease anytime, hope it helps. @Dino19 it depends what you're going for. I personally believe the nail apron has the most versatility you can wear it as an apron as I did in my look pic / you can wear it as an out wear piece over a Bedford, Andover etc and you can also wear it as a vest! I picked up the latest issue of Brutus magazine and it has 6 pages of beautifully styled looks -- one showing the nail apron worn inside. See below. Hope this...
Thanks cansty! This seasons painter pant had the best details I've seen yet. I'll try to answer your questions as best I can. - The Tablier wraps just like any other apron only difference -- it's just from the hip down - it has 2 long straps that wrap right around your hip then back to the front so you can tie it up nicely - it has 2 belt loops -- one on each end, this way your straps don't draft about as you tie it up - the front pouch is detachable - it's not...
You're welcome mate keep up the posts, I think everyone who keeps posting just looks terrific! Those engineer jackets are amazing so you chose well. I still have 2 pieces to get then my ss14 hoarding is done.I did however get the short coverall jacket in the indigo denim railroad stripe. I figured I'd go all out and wore this today and yes I had some interesting reactions:/ short coverall jacket indigo denim railroad stripe / work shirt blue chambray / painter pant indigo...
Those USNs look terrific mate. Is that the engineers jacket in the indigo swirl?
 Hi Gary, nothing technically special, I was carrying 2 x Rotring Isograph pens (burgundy barrels) part of a gift set my dad gave me when i graduated high school -- so they go back a while :). A 0.2 tip, the other a 0.7.  I also carry miniature grid pads (for sketching logos, layouts etc...) but they're not shown in this visual. I wish i could say i had the the 600 series though... those are gems...
I fear this thread is starting to slow down again - did that remark about handsome men in handsome clothes scare everyone? Anyway... Nail Apron (8oz) / work shirt (6oz) / painter pant (8oz) / all in indigo denim / bow tie in navy printed foulard / pocket square in blue chambray patchwork / glasses are Oliver Peoples vintage / trickers
 I believe that is the Duster [new trench] in a madras plaid. It's pretty much a shirt, that's how light it is...
Yeah sure, I've purchased a couple pieces and waiting for them to arrive and a couple of members have asked for pics of other things too so I'll upload them at the same time.
I'm with you mate, the cinch pant in the navy batik is amazing, I faced the same dilemma between that and the navy printed foulard -- so I chose the batik, I was after something more 'subtle' and you'll be surprised just how versatile it is! Enjoy!Also I managed to get my hands on a Camelia corsage too. It's a collaboration between Land by Land and Engineered Garments they're so well made and come in a bunch of denim fabrics, polka dots and grey oxford cotton. They're a...
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