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Originally Posted by applky View Post

^ Steel 28, I personally think it looks great in the chest. Definitely a slim look like NYR's, but a great one.

For the Epaulet Medium guys, the Ashland Small vs Medium discussion is always an interesting one. I'm lucky or unlucky enough to have somewhat narrow shoulders and a slim-ish build -- 6' tall, 150-ish lbs (155?), 38 chest -- and the Ashland Small fits me almost like it's bespoke. If I had a more muscular build, especially in the chest, I think I'd have trouble. Also my height is evenly distributed across my legs and torso, which helps for the shirt length.


thanks applky, I really like the fit but see that 3rd button from the top pulling? I'm also thinking to after few washes it might be even smaller..
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

thanks applky, I really like the fit but see that 3rd button from the top pulling? I'm also thinking to after few washes it might be even smaller..

With the right pocket flap flying off past the right edge that looks much too tight to me.
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Epaulet navy blazer and seersucker shirt:

 

1000

 

little known fact: seersucker is actually traditional december-wear here in los angeles. true story.

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Same goes for here in FL....mid 70s today.

SVB - what kind of shades are those? They look great.
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hey thanks -- ray ban clubmasters.
 

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Looking great, Chris!
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

Epaulet navy blazer and seersucker shirt:

 

1000

 

little known fact: seersucker is actually traditional december-wear here in los angeles. true story.

Looking good. I'm in the market for my first navy blazer and was leaning towards the Napoli, but this is a strong argument for the Caine. 

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Thanks neutrino, can you post some fits by any chance?

Not now, sorry. I do however have something to shoot, I'll try to snap some fits in the process.

In the meantime, natural Indy's maiden journey. These are my first pair of quality boots, and they are kick-ass (who am I trying to impress though, lol). I'm a comfortable 9D in Barrie, and these are perfect in the same size with some heavier socks. They turned out to behave not so well on slippery hard snow, but very good everywhere else I've been today.

Wearing them with olive heavyweight twill chinos (damn, those are perfect for this kind of weather, and I didn't expect them to match with other colors so well) and red/blue/cream flannel.

 

 

700

 

With indoor lighting:

 

700

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Looking good in the snow ^^^

Im in Minnesota, where we got a foot on Sunday. This morning heading out in my 404's Alden Kudu's.
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Thread Starter 
Where r Carmina boots? Fok sad cloud.gif
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Also, Pythons should be on the way too, right? I didn't order them but I saw a pic of Facebook, and those that were on the pre-order are definitely going to be happy. They're maybe the craziest, yet wearable shoe I've ever seen.
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Thread Starter 
Don't forget to go put in your bids for any 2 pairs of Epaulet Trousers (and first dibs on new materials) and support the home team:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/326778/subscribe-now-ongoing-auction-thread-for-the-ronald-mcdonald-house-holiday-drive/0_50#post_5966848

Bidding started at a cool $150.
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Alden modified cap toe shell / JCrew corgi red / Epaulet Walt wool cashmere grey
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^ Damn, makes me want to get a pair of Alden captoes, regardless of the price (!).
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here's the Ashland Oatmeal tattersall, one of my all-time favorites. sorry for the lack of detail, trust me this is a great shirt:

 

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