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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

SouthwickxMK Camo

 

That camo jacket icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Got the navy double monks, my first monkstrap of any kind. Lawd, I is in heaven. And then I opened up the burg Greeley! Amazing, thanks Mike.

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Which Epaulet belt or 2 in lower range would you guys recommend that can be worn with rivets and Walts? The majority of my shoes are various shades of brown -- mostly walnut and a couple reddish and dark brown (nothing black).

I'm thinking this one

http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/accessories/products/mens-dress-belt-caramel-calfskin
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

God damn it, dude. That camo SC is awesome, but the outfit as a whole is fucking ridiculous, and you know this. I suppose there is no way to tone down the SC with the rest of your outfit, so why bother? I don't know... part of me wants to shake your hand and part of me wants to tell you to go home, you are drunk. I mean both in the best possible way. Cheers to you for going for it and ordering that SC in the first place for sure.
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+1 even though I already +1'd.
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

SouthwickxMK Camo
Optic White Ducks

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Killing it, Rob. I just got the trousers today and the hand is really amazing.
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Originally Posted by thecool85 View Post

My preference would have been for different shoes, but I actually really like the rest of the outfit. The Lama boots he just copped would look great with that look imo.
That camo jacket, black t shirt, those white ducks, and OG Jordan 1s.....nod[1].gifnod[1].gif
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That's pretty ballsy Rob. Well done.

Are you typically a 40 in Epaulet sport coats?

I'm going to post a fit pick of my new Napoli in 38R -- thinking it's a touch snug.
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Rudy FF

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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

That's pretty ballsy Rob. Well done.

Are you typically a 40 in Epaulet sport coats?

I'm going to post a fit pick of my new Napoli in 38R -- thinking it's a touch snug.

I am a 40S...the regular length just looks a touch too long for me...short is a touch to short, but I'd rather it be a bit short than long....
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AppleMark

viberg boots w/ heavily tailored ducks
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Im looking into epaulet pants, what are difference between the rivet and walt? I am very casual. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by hanoiboy View Post

Im looking into epaulet pants, what are difference between the rivet and walt? I am very casual. Thanks.

rivets are slimmer and have a lower rise than walts. rivets = chinos. walts = trousers. rivets = button fly, walts = zip fly.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Here's a good one. The Alden Snuff PTB now has a best friend...





Alden Brown Chromexcel Plain Toe Blucher: $490

 

I think these might have to be an instakopp. Super versatile shoe

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Originally Posted by leftofthedial View Post

Ah, sorry your question has been missed. We've been tapped out of that fabric for about six months. We'll surely have something similar come Fall, however.

 

I missed out on the Donegal fabrics this last fall, but I'm going to be ready to jump on them right away.... in four months.

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AppleMark

viberg boots w/ heavily tailored ducks

Just curious how you had these tailored. I've got a few pairs now that fit pretty good, but I'm considering having a couple edits made, but now sure how practical that is since they're 90% great as is. 

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i had them hemmed up 4" and had the hem tapered down to 7.5

they're very baggy through the leg (especially behind the knee) for a 'slim' pant
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The Japanese Camo Sportcoat MTO Program!

A huge thanks to NYI for being the first guy to model our Japanese Camo sportcoat, and I'm really glad that you guys are digging it! We've been searching for a suitable (no pun intended) fabric and this one fits the bill perfectly. It has a great hand and a solid middle weight. It makes up beautifully into a proper jacket.

We've got enough fabric to do about a dozen jackets, and we can start taking orders immediately from anyone who's interested. I'll hold some yardage for anyone who wants a suit and needs a matching trouser as well - but if you want both pieces and we've got your size available in the Walts, then I'd definitely advise picking those up ASAP.

All of us found this piece to be really exciting! We've been having a great time building out the more formal parts of our collection, so it was fun to do something really rad and off-the-wall like this. I dare say that it is the best made-to-order, half-canvassed camouflage sportcoat in the world. And almost surely the only one.





Southwick MTO Japanese Camo Twill Sportcoat: $685

And if anyone makes this up as a double breasted with gold buttons, we will figure out a completely insane gift to include with it. Really, something totally off the wall, as that would be seriously fantastic.
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