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^I recall some talk about a tweed CPO. Any chance that is still in the works?
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What's the cpo and lbm acronyms mean?
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Jacket models/styles. Check out their site and you'll see the various lines under "sportcoats."
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What's the cpo and lbm acronyms mean?
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cpo = chief petty officer

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cpo = chief petty officer

 

no it's certified pre-owned. it's like buying a blazer off styleforum B&S except these have undergone a 100-point inspection by epaulet and come with an extended warranty

post #22011 of 32916
CPO, I thought it ment AWSOME.
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Fit on these is SPOT ON, once I get the waist taken in and the pants hemmed. I think I'll be ordering a 34 Rudy from now on. Speaking of...are there going to be any more Rudy pre-orders anytime soon, or should I just email and grab something now? I'm specifically looking at the dove grey hopsack...the standard grey hopsack I just got today is fantastic, and I'd definitely be interested in more hopsack fabrics in the future.
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Rudy pre-order trousers got delivered today - navy Irish linen and grey hopsack. Can't wait to get home and try them on! This is my first try with going up a size from 33 to 34. I'll definitely need the waist taken in, but the thigh and seat should hopefully fit perfectly now. I'll have to make sure I can get out to the tailor for alterations this weekend.
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Hopsack is a great fabric. And glad to hear you got the fit dialed in. Congratulations!
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

Fit on these is SPOT ON, once I get the waist taken in and the pants hemmed. I think I'll be ordering a 34 Rudy from now on. Speaking of...are there going to be any more Rudy pre-orders anytime soon, or should I just email and grab something now? I'm specifically looking at the dove grey hopsack...the standard grey hopsack I just got today is fantastic, and I'd definitely be interested in more hopsack fabrics in the future.

+1 on more Rudy's - got my pre-orders today and they are perfect. The fit is exactly what I need and have been trying to find. More Rudy's please
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do you plan to add any lighter color wool pants? (a light light grey, or a light cream/tan)

 

and any way to list the weight of the pant fabrics? just for reference

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Lighter colours would be good. As for the dove grey hopsack, I have now ordered a second pair, just to be sure that I always have them available. They are potentially a OneTrouser.
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Today Epaulet Japanese check (thinnest shirt ever), navy cargo rivets and Hancock loafers.

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Lighter colours would be good. As for the dove grey hopsack, I have now ordered a second pair, just to be sure that I always have them available. They are potentially a OneTrouser.

To rule them all - at least during summer!
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Hopsack is a great fabric. And glad to hear you got the fit dialed in. Congratulations!

Thanks! I had gotten the thighs let out a bit on some of my older size 33s, but 34 is the way to go for me now.

Just thought of another question - any new updates on the selvedge denim Smith jean? I think from the original timeline those should be dropping soon. And are those able to be altered at all? Like if I sized up to get the thighs to fit, could the waist be tailored? I don't know much about denim, so that may be a really dumb question, but my usual problem with most jeans is the same problem I have with everything else - if I buy them to fit my waist, they're usually too slim for my thighs, and if I size up to fit my thighs, they're too big for my waist.
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Hey Mike/Adele,
My girlfriend took the epaulet skirt to the dry cleaner, and they de-pleated it. Any advice on what she can do to restore them? She's pretty upset. Thanks.
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