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Originally Posted by rustledjimmies View Post

anyone have any pics of them with a jacket or blazer over an epaulet shirt.....?

looking for some ideas 

Thank you
Epaulet shirts are versatile, nothing avant gaurde at all.

Our own Stan:
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You could just look at the pictures on the site of the Epaulet blazers and jackets... dunno I wore the camo shirt out last night with a leather jacket.
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Any chance of making service pants in the Cramerton cloth or canvas?
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^ Cramerton cargos, which are basically a Walt service pant, do exist:

 

http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1206/Slim-Walt-Cargo-Trouser/Detail

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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post


Epaulet shirts are versatile, nothing avant gaurde at all.
Our own Stan:
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

You could just look at the pictures on the site of the Epaulet blazers and jackets... dunno I wore the camo shirt out last night with a leather jacket.

Thanks for the input....i did see the pics on the site...I just want some real life ...pics..

 

Thank you

post #12981 of 37571
Man, I'm tempted to get the Optic White Duck Chinos. Haven't seen anyone with them except for Rob.
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^ the only reason I haven't is that I've bought 3 pairs of chinos and a shirt in the last few weeks. Not to mention my LWBs. That said, those are among the best white pants I've seen, pretty much ever.
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

^ the only reason I haven't is that I've bought 3 pairs of chinos and a shirt in the last few weeks. Not to mention my LWBs. That said, those are among the best white pants I've seen, pretty much ever.
What makes them among the best white pants you've ever seen? Isn't white just white? shog[1].gif There are still multiple pairs in my size so I will ponder about it...if there was 1 left, I would've bought already. foo.gif

EDIT: Caved in and ordered a pair. frown.gif
Edited by wj4 - 6/3/12 at 9:16pm
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Annoying sizing question. I'm a 33 in brooks brothers chinos, 32 in LE Canvas stuff, around 33/34 in pretty much everything else, 34s often run a tiny little bit big. Should a 34 fit me in the rivet chinos? most stuff I own is vanity sized somewhat, just trying to figure out based on what I know fits, don't have a measure handy (I know, I know). 

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^ you might need to size up to a 34. I'm a 33 waist in many standard American brands (i.e. Banana Republic) and I had to size up to a 34 to get a proper fit
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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post

What makes them among the best white pants you've ever seen? Isn't white just white? shog[1].gif There are still multiple pairs in my size so I will ponder about it...if there was 1 left, I would've bought already. foo.gif

Cut. Shade of color. Detail. Material.

These of course apply to the chinos in general, and clearly people seem to think the caramel are among the finer options for that shade. You could say brown is just brown. Or navy is just navy, etc.

I just happen to think that white pants often look terrible, with white jeans being only slightly better. The Epaulet version raises the bar, and makes an otherwise often-lackluster choice into something a cut above (as they have a way with.) You may feel differently.

Don't wait too long--it tends to backfire.
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

^ you might need to size up to a 34. I'm a 33 waist in many standard American brands (i.e. Banana Republic) and I had to size up to a 34 to get a proper fit

That's what I was planning on, thanks! 

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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

Cut. Shade of color. Detail. Material.
These of course apply to the chinos in general, and clearly people seem to think the caramel are among the finer options for that shade. You could say brown is just brown. Or navy is just navy, etc.
I just happen to think that white pants often look terrible, with white jeans being only slightly better. The Epaulet version raises the bar, and makes an otherwise often-lackluster choice into something a cut above (as they have a way with.) You may feel differently.
Don't wait too long--it tends to backfire.
This will make the 4th pair of Duck Chinos!
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For me, I'm into the 3rd month in this I think, I have 2 shirts and one chino, with 2 shirts, 4 chinos, and the natty LWB to arrive. Not the most hopeless case I guess. I'm a bit surprised to find some of you guys are only starting with the shirts.

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Quick cross post from our Epaulet x Carmina thread...

Hey guys!

We just had a great meeting with Carmina, and we've got a TON of good things in store for the Fall.

First things first, I have some photos to show from their visit last week:

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Betty & Antonio with Adele and I

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Betty & Antonio with Epaulet employees Matt and David

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An all-Carmina shoe round. Well-worn caramel Salingers on the top, Saddle shell salingers on the bottom. New-ish chocolate calf Fitzgeralds are in the upper right.

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A close-up of Betty's unreal python Austerity brogues. Who's down with this for a mens style???
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