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Nice Rob. I'm always tempted to double tap your pics when scrolling like on Instagram or Tumblr haha.
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Nice Rob. I'm always tempted to double tap your pics when scrolling like on Instagram or Tumblr haha.
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What do you guys do with your wool trousers after getting caught in the rain.  I got caught in a storm in my wool/cashmere blend trousers. They are currently hanging by clips on the waistband.  I'm guessing I will have to dry clean them or at least get them pressed after they dry but I'm not really sure.

 

thanks

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Originally Posted by digga View Post

What do you guys do with your wool trousers after getting caught in the rain.  I got caught in a storm in my wool/cashmere blend trousers. They are currently hanging by clips on the waistband.  I'm guessing I will have to dry clean them or at least get them pressed after they dry but I'm not really sure.

thanks
I just let it dry and put them back on the hanger.
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This length looks fine for a more conservative fit...I'm 5'9" and went with a shorter fit on the MTO seersucker (haven't gotten it yet, but I think its right as the 40R was just a little long and I'd rather it be a little short than a little long).

As far as the fit, it does look big, you have bunching in the back by your shoulders and even on the left side of your chest in the front.

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Hey, I have similar problems because I'm a little shorter than you. I usually get a jacket that is slightly shorter than what you have. Not even for the length itself but also for the fact that the drop tends to be better positioned in that case. I also find a structured shoulder tends to make more sense at our size.

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Thanks for giving the jacket a shot. Your fit in the body looks good. The shoulders are definitely big and hanging off a bit. And the length can come up an inch in both the body and the sleeves.

I wouldn't go down to a 35, as the 36 looks good around the body and from the side. I'd recommend getting the structured shoulder on your MTO, rather than the Napoli soft shoulder. Matt runs into this problem with the Napoli as well. If your body isn't "in the pattern" and your shoulders aren't filling out the shoulder of the jacket, then it can fit too large there, even if the shoulder seam is in the proper spot (as it looks on you, although a close up shot would be good to really evaluate it).

Southwick's constructed shoulder is really excellent. It's not too strong, and it's flattering for a lot of guys. I think that it would work great for you, and would make the jacket fit a lot better on top. With the MTO, you can still specify the smoke MOP buttons and open patch pockets if you like those details.

Thanks for the advice guys!! Getting the structured shoulder makes a lot of sense.

Thanks again!
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So.......don't wanna steal the thunder from Mike, as I'm sure he'll post it, but its up on FB and I just grabbed three pants in store today and HOLY SNIKEYS, the wool drops that are ready to roll and just perfect for Spring. I'm not a linen guy, as I'd rather stick with wool or cotton, and these wools are just gorgeous. Kopped the burgundy, green merino, and Camo.

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Yea, I love country.
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In lieu of the Carmina MTO beatdown, seems I forgot to post up the new styles. 

 

First up two iterations of the Greeley Boot. For any who don't know, this is the first shape that we've actually developed with Carmina in it's entirety. And two phenomenal batches of shell!

 

 

Carmina for Epaulet Greeley Balmoral Boot Saddle Shell Cordovan - $925

 

Carmina for Epaulet Greeley Balmoral Boot Ruby Shell Cordovan - $925

 

Next we have a solid PTB that can easily serve your shoe needs in a lot of ways. From a suit to jeans, I think these may be one of the most versatile shoes we make.

 

 

Carmina for Epaulet Adams Plain Toe Blucher Burgundy Calfskin - $545

 

And a new Rain-lasted double monk. I think a few dudes have seen them in the shop, but these kick some SERIOUS ass. I for one am impressed with the finishing. With a lot of navy shoes, and shell in particular, manufacturers use a lot of black. These have a true, rich navy tone that is pretty unbeatable.

 

Carmina for Epaulet Bryant Double Monk Navy Shell Cordovan - $850


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We also just launched a new Rain-lasted double monk. I think a few dudes have seen them in the shop, but these kick some SERIOUS ass. I for one am impressed with the finishing. With a lot of navy shoes, and shell in particular, manufacturers use a lot of black. These have a true, rich navy tone that is pretty unbeatable.




Carmina for Epaulet Bryant Double Monk Navy Shell Cordovan - $850

Sick!! How about an MTO captoe boot? smile.gif
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Slim Walt Trouser Japanese Camo Twill - $175

 

 

Incredible. Is this the same fabric that the Camo Walt Shorts are coming in? Are those still happening?

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Good lawd those new trousers! Burgundy hopsack is rad, but the nori seems so versatile... Trying to refrain!
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Camo Walts are so good.
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Are the Burgundy Hopsacks the same material as the Golden Hopsack FF's I just got?

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Just wondering, what does the selection of rudy fit pants usually look like for special order in the fall?
 

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