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Originally Posted by mrpo0nani View Post

Kopp'd an XL for my father. Hope he fits into as he is almost always a large but in brands such as Polo.

Sounds about right. Should work out.
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Originally Posted by Gingahbman View Post

Corduroy Tweed Chino as the ultimate way to start 2013?
Hey, it could happen.

 

Man, if only the mill that made that wasn't out of business. The Corduroy Tweed saga continues.

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Originally Posted by nd1nd2nd3 View Post

Eyeing some Epaulet sport coats...got a few questions for those who have them.
1. Do the different models (Caine, Weller, Daltrey) have different fits or does this just refer to details like pockets, vents, etc.?
2. Anyone have both an Epaulet jacket and Brooks Brothers Milano fit? How does sizing compare?
3. Oatmeal tattersall - is the background of this one more gray or tan? Says cream on the website but looks almost gray on my screen.
 
Ah yes. All the jackets are made with the same pattern, so the fit is basically the same across the board. The different names refer to details. I've never tried on the Milano at BB, but someone may be able to help you out.
 
And the Oatmeal Daltrey is definitely cream. I've posted quite a few pics in here (as I apparently can't take this jacket off...wearing now, actually), so maybe they'll help you out!
 
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Just picked up red/blue/cream flannel shirt from restock shog[1].gif These were gone very fast last time.
http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1892/%22Mens-Buttondown-Collar-Red%2C/Detail

 

Thank you! You'll absolutely love it.

 

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Originally Posted by CaliforniaSon View Post

Which is thicker/warmer, the red/blue/cream flannel or the cozy tartan?

 

The flannel is thicker/warmer. The Cozy Tartan is an incredible fabric, but closer to the hand of Oxford cloth than flannel.

 

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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Trip to Greenwood (1 of 5 this week), 10oz Rivet Ducks...and a NEW VEST! My Schott from last year was exactly that, schott.
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Looking tough as nails! I'm honestly a little jealous of that vest...

 

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Originally Posted by Simplicio View Post

Epaulet baby camel hair SC, with Air Force flannels.
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This is what came to my mind immediately after your fit...

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Are you planning on adding any new stuff to the Epaulet NY site before all the stock is transferred to that site?

 

We have a few more things up our sleeve, but not all that much! Keep your eyes peeled.

 

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Originally Posted by HOT Sriracha View Post


TTS 9, Desert Boots 8.5/ Vans 8.5. The toe box area is tight. If you're interested, lmk.
Sorry for the buy/sell spam.

 

Ah sorry to hear they didn't work out. It's so tough coming up with a size conversion that will work for everybody, but we always try! You shouldn't have a problem unloading them.

 

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Originally Posted by wj4 View Post

Cranberry Walt. I was having a hard time choosing between this or the Blackwatch. Yes, I know the cropped jacket isn't for everyone smile.gif
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HOLY SHIT. Those pants look like a Mod's wet dream.

 

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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

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This is now $25. That is all.

 

Ha! Thanks for the plug biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by mrpo0nani View Post


Kopp'd an XL for my father. Hope he fits into as he is almost always a large but in brands such as Polo.

 

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Originally Posted by oisin View Post

couldnt help myself. got one too. for $25 i will find ways to have fun with it.

 

Enjoy them! Your dad is going to be one stylish looking dude.

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Please tell me the Eisenhower in Navy Melton Wool shall be restocked. I was waiting for Xmas money to snag a large, and now feel like an idiot. Such my style.
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Crappy pictures today, the sun was too much in effect. The awning Walts:

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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

^ going forward, you can request a 38" unfinished inseam on factory finds. I have a 34" inside leg length as well, so I made this request for the second round and got a 2" cuff put on my russet nailheads.


Great - many thanks for the information.

 

In that case I am going to order the factory-finds fire-red corduroy in a Rudy fit (so enough room for a flannel lining) with 38" length (to get them cuffed at 2"), and then I can walk around like boss giving a big-2-fingers to the gray winter weather here!

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Re: the Hardie gray cardigan

What size is the model wearing and what are his measurements? I'm 6' 172 lb, 42 jacket/34 jeans/35 or 36 dress pants and not sure if the 40 or 42 will work best for me in the Hardie
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Are the carminas still supposed to go up this week? I am about 95% sure that I am finished buying boots/shoes for the winter and I am going to jump on the grey cardigan and a pair of Oxford grey flannels... But I just need to make sure that there does not end up being a pair that I just have to have.
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Originally Posted by musicmax View Post

Re: the Hardie gray cardigan
What size is the model wearing and what are his measurements? I'm 6' 172 lb, 42 jacket/34 jeans/35 or 36 dress pants and not sure if the 40 or 42 will work best for me in the Hardie

Hmmm... I'm about your size and would likely order a 40 in this for myself. But then I also order 40 in Epaulet sport jackets as opposed to your 42. Going to guess that 40 in this is going to be pretty fitted, whereas 42 will be a little roomier. Epaulet's cut is definitely on the trimmer side across the board.

One solution if you can swing the temporary charge is to order both and return one. Epaulet is very good about this for SF members, and it's a real service so that you can get a feel for your sizing if you don't know it already. All it will cost you is return postage. And of course, probably many many more purchases from Epaulet once you see the stuff in person. smile.gif

Edit: Also just noted this from the description "Overall, the piece this piece has a slim fit, but most customers will want to size down one. If you typically take a 38, we'd recommend trying the sweater in size 36. In terms of Epaulet shirting, we would recommend a size 36 for an Epaulet Medium, a size 38 for an Epaulet Large, and so on."

Might be well worth ordering two sizes and sending one back.
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Thanks frank! I am glad that you added that "edit". I wear a 38 sports coat and was watching the 38 cardigan. When I saw that I should have been watching the 36, I checked and there was one left. So I snagged it and (and a pair of Oxford grey flannels)!


With the temperature rise in St. Louis, it saddens me that these days for almost the whole winter all I need is a heavy cardigan for a winter coat. 10-15 years ago, we would go months without seeing more than a sporadic 40° day at the high end. Now the ground stays so warm my freeze susceptible plants don't even all die... I need to convince the GF to move north!
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Originally Posted by stlms3 View Post

Thanks frank! I am glad that you added that "edit". I wear a 38 sports coat and was watching the 38 cardigan. When I saw that I should have been watching the 36, I checked and there was one left. So I snagged it and (and a pair of Oxford grey flannels)!
With the temperature rise in St. Louis, it saddens me that these days for almost the whole winter all I need is a heavy cardigan for a winter coat. 10-15 years ago, we would go months without seeing more than a sporadic 40° day at the high end. Now the ground stays so warm my freeze susceptible plants don't even all die... I need to convince the GF to move north!

As a California native I have to say, you people are crazy lol. Still, I wouldn't mind the opportunity to wear my cold weather clothes more often.
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Around 20 here. Heavyweight twill chinos are helping a lot. Also, will see how heavyweight chartreuse tweed behaves in these and more chilly conditions.

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Originally Posted by thecool85 View Post

As a California native I have to say, you people are crazy lol. Still, I wouldn't mind the opportunity to wear my cold weather clothes more often.

Hahaha! My mom is a manhattan beach CA native. She lived here for twenty years and recently moved back and we always find it funny to discuss the difference in the perception of cold between denizens of the two states ... I guess that it is all relative to wear you live.
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Originally Posted by musicmax View Post

Re: the Hardie gray cardigan
What size is the model wearing and what are his measurements? I'm 6' 172 lb, 42 jacket/34 jeans/35 or 36 dress pants and not sure if the 40 or 42 will work best for me in the Hardie

 

Hey dude. I'm 5'9, 140 lbs. I wear a small in our shirts, 36 Southwick jacket and I'm wearing a 34 in the Hardie Cardigan. I'd say that if you're a 42 jacket, you'll want the size 40. Knits definitely need to be tighter in the beginning, as it will mold to you/stretch over time. 

 

If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me!

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I'm curious to know Dylan's current measurements, and what size jackets he's wearing in the pics (he takes a medium in shirts amirite) satisfied.gif

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Originally Posted by neutrino View Post

I'm curious to know Dylan's current measurements, and what size jackets he's wearing in the pics (he takes a medium in shirts amirite) satisfied.gif

 

You are correct. He wears a medium shirt and a 40 jacket taken in just a touch. I think he's 6'2" around 175. Basically our employees run the entire gamut of sizing!

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