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I'm down for some solid club collars as well. I especially love Oxfords in unique colorways, maybe a cool university stripe in orange...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Epaulet madras shirt and cloud Regiment Twill Trousers (and chromexcel belt).

 

Great outfit.  Who makes the blazer?  

 

I'm a Rudy 34 and now I'm pondering your Walt 'augmentation.'  The one thing that confuses me is letting out the thighs.  Is there extra fabric on the side seam of the legs at the thighs?  I never looked, but I assume there is if you let them out.  What I like about Rudy is that it fits me great and all I need to do is get them hemmed.  Drastically reduces tailoring fees, but also requires *patience*.  

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Originally Posted by kgmessier View Post

Mike, ever think of doing western shirts? Got an idea. If this is too nutty, just tell me to crap in a hat:
  • Western shirt
  • Liberty fabric
  • Club collar
Was thinking something along the lines of the shirt design of the left and right pics with the fabric in the middle:
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I think you, me, and maybe Rob will be the only ones who will buy them!

I dig for sure though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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^ Wis, you think wrong mwink[1].gif

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I think you, me, and maybe Rob will be the only ones who will buy them!
I dig for sure though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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^ Wis, you think wrong mwink%5B1%5D.gif

Maybe if each of us purchases six, that's enough altogether for Mike to do a MTO. smile.gif
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In other news—and this has nothing to do with Epaulet, but I wanted to share it just the same—I made one of these this morning for my birthday:

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It's a sausage, egg and cheese sandwich on a grilled glazed doughnut. (Hope I make it to my next birthday.)
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I wonder if eating that constitutes undergoing a medically-induced coma.

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Keith, all the best to you then! Really one of the first things I saw when I first ran into this forum was your shots in the WAYWRN thread, which then brought me here. True, this has then led to some serious dough-shelling (don't know the right term for it), but thanks a lot for that, and keep rockin' icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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kg, I love you and all of the time you have to make photoshops of your Epaulet clothes, but that looks gross, birthday or not :/

Either way, many more!
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Originally Posted by jah786 View Post

Great outfit.  Who makes the blazer?  

I'm a Rudy 34 and now I'm pondering your Walt 'augmentation.'  The one thing that confuses me is letting out the thighs.  Is there extra fabric on the side seam of the legs at the thighs?  I never looked, but I assume there is if you let them out.  What I like about Rudy is that it fits me great and all I need to do is get them hemmed.  Drastically reduces tailoring fees, but also requires *patience*.  

Blazer is Boggi.

There is room on the seams to let out. But it is much easier to work on the inseam because of the pocket. With the Emerald Walts my tailor just opened up the inseam and that seemed to be enough. But note that, as someone else had asked, I had chosen a size that was slightly big to begin with, at least in the waist.
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I think you, me, and maybe Rob will be the only ones who will buy them!
I dig for sure though. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I'd wear it if they made one in my size, but I'd also be fearful of looking like Eric Stonestreet...
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Happy birthday K, and many more. Cien D'an'!
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Happy Birthday Keith!
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First time buyer of Epaulet clothes here.  My Banana Republic (just for reference, not b/c I shop there) size for shirts is typically 16/33 (neck/sleeve) and pants 34/32 (waist/inseam).  What would my Epaulet sizes be for shirts and trousers?

 

Thanks!

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Trying the blazerjeans thing again

 

this is the Caine Navy Hopsack and the Purple/Brown gingham cutaway collar shirt

 

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