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post #10831 of 31755
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Navy Rivets for me today. Very much looking fwd to getting my gear tomorrow!
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Trousers look great, as do the shoes. Need some suede in that color.
post #10832 of 31755
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Yes, I actually just shot some studio photos of this last week. The jacket is a one-button notch lapel with grograin trim on the outside. The fit is exactly the same as our standard "Weller" suit jackets. For customization it can also be done in a peak lapel and a two-button instead of a one button. You can also choose a single, double, or unvented back.
The trouser can be special ordered in size 28 through 36 in either the Walt or Rudy fit. It has a matching grograin stripe down the outseam.
Pricing is $1050 for both pieces, which includes shipping and all special order charges. For colors, the tuxedo can be done in black or off-white icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif You can also get an off-white jacket with a black trouser.

I may need a tuxedo for a wedding in late July, so it might be time to finally buy one.

If I want a peak lapel (is shawl collar an option?), what's the timeframe for getting that done?
post #10833 of 31755
will there be restock in the plum rivets? i need a 31 but it was sold out right away
post #10834 of 31755
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Originally Posted by thebunk View Post

Christ, my bank account!
I am trying to save cash for my mega New York trip / Epaulet Onsite Shopping Spree, but damn, how do Iwhen I am scared that some of these new arrivals sell out before I arrive in May?! Arggg!

WOW... I am literally in the same exact position as you. I have no idea what I'm going to do financially in New York after the last couple of weeks in purchases. I guess if that is what we are complaining about than life is not so bad.
post #10835 of 31755
Are the new regimental twill trousers dry clean or machine wash?
post #10836 of 31755
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Originally Posted by rotv View Post

Are the new regimental twill trousers dry clean or machine wash?


All of our pants that are 100% cotton are machine washable. The factory just likes putting that label in there.

post #10837 of 31755
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Originally Posted by rotv View Post

Are the new regimental twill trousers dry clean or machine wash?

I'm going to go with the latter.
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The cloth has a soft hand, a year-round weight, and it's both pre-shrunk and color-fast.

However, I dry clean all of my pants, be it dress trousers, chinos, or jeans. I plan to do the same on these bad boys.

If I were to wash them, I would hang dry. (I had a bad experience when my Paul Smith chinos shrunk in the dryer several years ago. I was in shock because back then $200 for a pair of pants was a lot of money for me)
post #10838 of 31755
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Originally Posted by Abecedarian View Post

I just dropped by the Manhattan shop... Got the seersucker shirt for good measure.

Is this shirt coming online soon?
post #10839 of 31755
Just got my blue chinos. Holy shit.

Walt trousers have always been my favorite, and the new rivet chinos are hands down the best value in the land of men's clothing. Construction and material are just so good.
post #10840 of 31755
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

Did you order the size 33 while it was sitting in my cart??? I actually had reserved a pair but found out afterwards (I was going to just order from the website and then cancel the reservation) that I was too far down the reservation list so didn't get a pair in 33. Ended up getting a pair in 32. I think it'll fit either off the rack or with a waist let-out.
I also got that speckled cream shirt. It looks to be perfect for both the plum and french blue rivet chinos.

i'm a 34 so no i didn't grab that 33. haha. kinda regretting sleeping on the french blue. it'll be a ways till a restock
post #10841 of 31755
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

Is this shirt coming online soon?

It may be last season's. Not sure though.
post #10842 of 31755
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Originally Posted by ThomSquared View Post

WOW... I am literally in the same exact position as you. I have no idea what I'm going to do financially in New York after the last couple of weeks in purchases. I guess if that is what we are complaining about than life is not so bad.

Yeah, First World problems and all of that.

Seriously, I am trying to save up a couple of grand at least for shopping only (much of which will be spent at Epaulet) but man, these releases are killing me!
post #10843 of 31755
i just ordered the seersucker slim walts to add to my collection. i should hem these to have no break, right?
post #10844 of 31755
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Originally Posted by thebunk View Post

Yeah, First World problems and all of that.
Seriously, I am trying to save up a couple of grand at least for shopping only (much of which will be spent at Epaulet) but man, these releases are killing me!

I checked what my main monthly expenses were... top three were (in order of amount)

1) Mortgage
2) Epaulet purchases
3) Condo assessments

Many months Epaulet jumps ahead of my Mortgage...
post #10845 of 31755
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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post

I'm going to go with the latter.
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The cloth has a soft hand, a year-round weight, and it's both pre-shrunk and color-fast.
However, I dry clean all of my pants, be it dress trousers, chinos, or jeans. I plan to do the same on these bad boys.
If I were to wash them, I would hang dry. (I had a bad experience when my Paul Smith chinos shrunk in the dryer several years ago. I was in shock because back then $200 for a pair of pants was a lot of money for me)

It still is a lot of money, unless you're rolling in ibank salary/bonus.
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