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Originally Posted by velomane View Post

Enjoy your dinner. I'll leave you a couple jackets.
much appreciated. So hooked I'm checking the thread from my birthday dinner, ha. Oh and happy birthday to beatleguese too
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SOUTHWICK FACTORY FINDS TOMORROW

Hey guys!

I'm waiting on some more information to come from Southwick tomorrow morning before I put up the factory finds swatches. But believe me, there's plenty of good stuff!

How about we set a time for tomorrow? 4PM Eastern Standard Time. Most of the fabrics have 5 or 6 units available, but some have only 2 or 3. There's a lot of killer options, and plenty to go around. I'll have it ready by then.
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Originally Posted by velomane View Post

Wearing out the refresh button too?

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

How about we set a time for tomorrow? 4PM Eastern Standard Time.

 

Marked in my calendar.

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How do the rivet chinos fit in comparison to the Unis Gio? I am looking to buy the 8oz fatigue pant. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

I was leafing through the most recent GQ, and saw a pic of some Gant trousers with a really bold, but wearable pattern. Mike - I would absolutely love a light grey Rudy with a bold glen plaid like this one! I figure if anyone could make something like this, it would be you guys. I'm not too excited about the $350 price tag that was listed on these, and I'm sure an Epaulet pair will be better quality anyway. Any possibility for something like this in the future? Maybe Factory Finds?
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I have been looking high and low for a nice pair of glen plaid pants. Surprising how hard they are to find.
I would be totally in for any such offering, walt or rudy.
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Originally Posted by Cacatfish View Post


I have been looking high and low for a nice pair of glen plaid pants. Surprising how hard they are to find.
I would be totally in for any such offering, walt or rudy.

 

Same. Especially in a lighter grey tone like the picture above. That would be pretty fantastic.

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Had to snag a pea coat, couldn't resist.
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Originally Posted by bestak View Post

Hello
i see Epaulet sells Saphir products, maybe you  could have also this item, ask to the company which import Saphir in teh USA ?

http://www.valmour.fr/produits-entretien/cirage-creme-cordovan-saphir-medaille-dor,524
it's the Saphir product care for Cordovan

rgds

Hmm, we carry the Cordovan polish in four colors - I believe that's the item that you linked...
http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/saphir-medaille-dor/products/saphir-pommadier-cream-shoe-polish-75-ml
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post


Ah, I'm sorry for the confusion. I meant 2" shorter than a regular...so I'd be looking for an "extra-short" jacket. Is that a possibility? I'm guessing that you don't have the patterns for that at this time but I figured I'd ask.

At the moment, we can just swing a 1" short, but that's worked for most guys - especially if you take a smaller chest size.
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Originally Posted by PartagasIV View Post

I feel a little ridiculous saying this, but I own pretty much everything in Epaulet minus blazers/suits--just never gotten myself into a physical store.

For a 40R with broad shoulders in almost every brand, and L in Epaulet shirting, what would fit you guys recommend--Weller vs. Caine vs. Daltrey. Thanks in advance.

MOST guys who wear an Epaulet Large will take a 40R in our jackets. Especially on a thick tweed jacket, which tends to make up a bit larger.

That said, tailored clothing is less forgiving then shirts - especially if you have big arms or broad shoulders.

For the Factory Finds, we can offer the jackets in odd sizes. If it's your very first jacket order and you often find that slim-ish sportcoats fit too closely, then it's possible to size up one inch and order a 41. While there's a chance that this is too big, it would be preferable to take in a 41 rather than let out a 40.
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Originally Posted by Spencer View Post

Mike,

Any chance we'll see a short sleeve version of the Navy/Red Pindot....?

Hmmm, I'll see what I can do! That would be rad.
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Originally Posted by scottcw View Post

It has to be said that we haven't even finished January and Epaulet is headed for a banner year.

Thank you sir! We've got all kinds of tricks up our sleeve for this year.
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Originally Posted by scottcw View Post

Hey Mike, other than shell v calfskin, what are the differences between the Reiter and the Carmina versions of the Alt Wien?

Ludwig Reiter has a special degree of craftsmanship on these traditional Austro-Hungarian styles. The price is going to be around $1200 for these shoes when they arrive. The biggest difference is price, which is largely due to more expensive sole and welt materials, and a slightly higher amount of handwork. The fit and last is a little difference, with Reiter's Alt Wien being a slightly more traditional shape.

But outside of that, Reiter is one of the oldest traditional manufacturers of this particular style. The Alt Wien is synonymous with Viennese shoemaking and Reiter has been a part of that since 1885.

I'm seriously jazzed to start carrying their products. As you guys might know, I have a lot of love for Vienna, and we're really thrilled to offer some of the city's finest products. These shoes are going to be a knockout.
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

I was leafing through the most recent GQ, and saw a pic of some Gant trousers with a really bold, but wearable pattern. Mike - I would absolutely love a light grey Rudy with a bold glen plaid like this one! I figure if anyone could make something like this, it would be you guys. I'm not too excited about the $350 price tag that was listed on these, and I'm sure an Epaulet pair will be better quality anyway. Any possibility for something like this in the future? Maybe Factory Finds?
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Great minds think alike! We're actually sourcing Glen Plaid suit separates for the Spring. The pattern won't be quite that big, but I'm definitely looking for a largely grey tone like that.

And to that end, stay tuned for Southwick Factory Finds tomorrow. There's some similar cloth in there which is really choice!
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Do you know when you'll be getting size 36s back in for the Hardie Shawl Collar Cardigan? Is it safe to say that you won't be getting any more sizes of the pea coat at $75?

The Hardie will be restocked next September. And apologies, that peacoat is discontinued, so all that we have left is what's online.
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I can't believe I missed the pea coat for $75!!!
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

The Hardie will be restocked next September. And apologies, that peacoat is discontinued, so all that we have left is what's online.

 

Terrible, terrible news.

 

So if you normally wear a size 36 in suits, you should go a size 34 in the Hardie?

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fuck missed the shoe sales. were there any 9.5? anyone who got a 9.5 hit me if they decide to sell!
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Originally Posted by Fycus View Post

How do the rivet chinos fit in comparison to the Unis Gio? I am looking to buy the 8oz fatigue pant. Thanks!

 

They are very similar, I have worn a pair of 31 ( should have sized em 32) Unis Chinos but after some experimentation have settled into a 32 in Epaulets Chinos and Walts, that said you should be ok ordering your same size.

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Who has the Carmina cognac jumpers? Need a second opinion.
I'm looking for a boot similar to alden's cap-toe options in barrie lasts that is chunkier.
I'd wear it casually and am concerned the Carmina jumpers might be a little too sleek/dressy.
Obviously, rather large investment, so any second opinions or pics, particularly with denim or chinos, would be helpful (don't seem to be many online other than the few by NYR).
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Does anyone know what the "fit" on the sportcoats are going to be? As in, Caine, Weller, Marcello etc.? I ask because for at least the Marcello and the Caine, they fit a little differently (the Marcello is a bit snugger).
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