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dont get camel, get brown it will be more versatile.

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What's the thickness like on the camel sport coat? Does it wear warm enough for <50F?
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So, this happened today. I'm like the yentl of gingham, matchmaking in the workplace.



Pants are caramel Rivets in the lighter weight.
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A little dark/bad lighting. The emerald wide wale cord was in the last batch of Factory Finds. It's seriously perfect, in my opinion.

 

Southwick for Michael Kuhle Grey Donegal Sportcoat

Epaulet Popover sample

Epaulet Paisley Tie

Epaulet Walt Emerald Wide Wale Cord Trouser

Carmina for Epaulet Salinger Double Monk in Caramel Calfskin

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Factory Find Walts
This Camel is Ercoles, but the Epaulet one is lighter, and for sure ok up to 60-65 deg.
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I have a serious of blue blazers (different weights/materials). Now that I'm finally at a job in which I'm in a coat and tie everyday, I need to get something other than blue. I'm thinking maybe the camel hair? Thoughts on a first non-blue jacket?
Caveat: it has to be something Epaulet allows me to custom order, since I'll need a long or xl. So a material with limited stock is out.

Cool! We can easily do an unlined grey donegal coat. Really versatile, lack of liner will make it less hot, and we can get you a matching trouser if you want.
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NYR, those are some truly fine pantalonies! Which fabric is it?
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Received my first pair of duck canvas rivets yesterday (wearing them now) and I must say I'm supremely satisfied.  Sizing up made the fit spot on, and the color (desert) strikes me as a fall-flavored khaki. 

 

Thanks Epaulet!

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What do you guys recommend for a cuff size on the factory finds? I picked up the airforce flannel and fern herringbone. I had them measured for hemming today, and did not put a cuff, and I'm regretting it. Bad move?

 

Tailor is an older guy, commented on the herringbone, said "you don't see pants like these anymore".

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So here are the promised photos of my EP Caine blazer to suit conversion. I only have a crappy iPad camera so unfortunately you can't see the texture of the fabric, you'll have to wait for someone to do some nice macro shots with theirs for that, but yeah - it's awesome.



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Cool! We can easily do an unlined grey donegal coat. Really versatile, lack of liner will make it less hot, and we can get you a matching trouser if you want.
PM me, please, if you want to keep it private, but it seems this could be useful for others. What would be the cost of that? I know there's a +$50 for the custom order.
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What do you guys recommend for a cuff size on the factory finds? I picked up the airforce flannel and fern herringbone. I had them measured for hemming today, and did not put a cuff, and I'm regretting it. Bad move?

Tailor is an older guy, commented on the herringbone, said "you don't see pants like these anymore".

i think heavier fabrics should always have a cuff
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i think heavier fabrics should always have a cuff

What size would you recommend? Thanks for the input.....

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What size would you recommend? Thanks for the input.....
For me in regards to cuffs...go big or go home. All of mines are 2". I also prefer no to very little break.
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Rudy FF Rounds 1 + 2

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Top is Coffee Tweed from round 2 & bottom is Lemon/Lime Donegal

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Top is Olive Canvas from round 1 & bottom is Rivet Chino Gunmetal

Tough being a Rudy guy, but well worth the wait. Thanks Mike, Adele & the EP crew!
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