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A little Epaulet in the wild. Some photographer awkwardly asked if he could take my picture in Central Park on Thanksgiving. You can blame him for the terrible border..


Southwick Wool/Cashmere Tattersall Daltrey

Ancient Epaulet Paisley Tie

Walt in Emerald Cord from FF #3

Carmina for Epaulet Salinger Snuff Suede Double Monk

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Originally Posted by leftofthedial View Post

A little Epaulet in the wild. Some photographer awkwardly asked if he could take my picture in Central Park on Thanksgiving. You can blame him for the terrible border..


Southwick Wool/Cashmere Tattersall Daltrey
Ancient Epaulet Paisley Tie
Walt in Emerald Cord from FF #3
Carmina for Epaulet Salinger Snuff Suede Double Monk

love this look. that's how i want to roll.

and yes, that border is awful.
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Second that, Oisin. Great look. Really need some solid colored shirts. Maybe an Epaulet Navy Label sans the striped ticking under the collar...
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Just bought my first pair of Walt trousers, the Slim Walt Regiment Twill Trouser in Gunmetal and noticed the tag on the waist that says to only professionally dry-clean them. Being that they're twill, should I really not machine wash them in gentle cycle in cold water?

Love them, by the way. Walts are my new default work trousers. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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You can disregard the dry clean only label. I machine wash my cotton Walts. Best bet if the fit is right now is to go with a cold wash and air dry. I personally size up and then wash and dry once or twice to get the fit I like. None of my Walts have burst into flames. smile.gif It's cold wash and air dry after that though.

Enjoy the trousers. You'll probably end up with a few more...
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New Gitman Bros shirts up unless i missed them being posted.  That tartan's lookin noice. 

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Originally Posted by bubba04 View Post

Just bought my first pair of Walt trousers, the Slim Walt Regiment Twill Trouser in Gunmetal and noticed the tag on the waist that says to only professionally dry-clean them. Being that they're twill, should I really not machine wash them in gentle cycle in cold water?
Love them, by the way. Walts are my new default work trousers. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

You can disregard the dry clean only label. I machine wash my cotton Walts. Best bet if the fit is right now is to go with a cold wash and air dry. I personally size up and then wash and dry once or twice to get the fit I like. None of my Walts have burst into flames. smile.gif It's cold wash and air dry after that though.
Enjoy the trousers. You'll probably end up with a few more...

 

Frank is spot-on. For fine cotton garments we always recommend to machine wash cold and hang dry.

 

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Originally Posted by CaliforniaSon View Post

New Gitman Bros shirts up unless i missed them being posted.  That tartan's lookin noice. 

 

You guys are too damn fast!

 

Ashland Khaki/Olive Safari Shirt - $150

 

 

Ashland Buttondown Collar Cozy Tartan Flannel - $175

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Is there any chance of rivet chinos being made in longer lengths?  I really love the cut and fabric, especially my caramel ducks, but they're a little too short after washing.

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I have the cozy tartan, I love the cozy tartan. Its cozy, and its tartan, what the eff else do you want?

Cocoa Herringbone Walts and my Favorite OneBoot:


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If I recall, Dylan wears a Medium in Epaulet shirts yes? Is that a medium or a small Ashland in the pics?

Sorry for shirt sizing questions, but I'm second guessing a couple recent purchases and have some others in mind...
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NEW ARRIVALS @ EPAULETNEWYORK.COM

 

We added some new stuff today, mosey on over and check it out!

 

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Working on all the new product for this week. I've got two quick preview shots:

Our new tie collection is done in unlined virgin merino wool, all handmade in London. It's almost illegal how nice these are. And this hound print on the dark grape ground is so freaking ace.

So, I've been promising some denim for a while now. This week, that promise shall come true! How about the Walt trouser in a lush, streaky Italian dark indigo denim? It's going to ship raw and unwashed, but I'm doing a wash test for shrinkage tonight. This fabric is gorgeous, and I'm just expecting an inch or so of inseam shrinkage. But we'll include a full report with the launch.

The tie is basically a done deal for me...should go awesome with the camel hair sport coat.

Very interested to see how these jeans look. Will the back pockets be like the standard Walts?
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Picked up the butterscotch and olive canvas Walts from the post office this morning and they're being hemmed right now. The fit is great and I love the colours! I've got two more on the way from the Need Supply sale.

 

All that's left now is to get a pair of four season mid grey wool work trousers! Any recommendations?

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^ either the Oxford grey flannel or super 120s mid grey are your best best for an all-around wool work pant. Personally I think the Oxford grey flannels are the most versatile wool pants I own. They will wear a little warm in the summer if you are in a hot climate, but they're perfect for every other season.
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Thanks, Beatlegeuse!

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