So I'm thinking about buying a pair of smiths and maybe some chinos and I have a couple of question about sizing. What size(s) should I get in both (31 or 32/ 30 or 31 ). I am a 31.5 inch waist. Finally, what is the most versatile colour for chinos?
Definitely a 32 in the Smith jeans. For the chinos, it's likely that either would work. If you like to tuck your shirt in, then I'd go for a 32 in that as well (a 31 in the Olive Drab Mil-Spec), which runs a little big.
Originally Posted by cgurr
Anybody know why the one pair of Smith jeans where you can choose between 34" and 36" inseam says the length will shrink 1"-1.5"?? They are sanforized just like the rest of the jeans, which say should shrink .5".
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Originally Posted by Klemins
you should make an EP's denim jacket to go with the rest of your collection...
Oh man, I think about that all the time! I've actually worn the matching jacket & jean look quite a bit. Here's my full-body denim WAYWT from 2005. I'm the guy in the captain's hat with a green durag beneath it. Seriously though, we're definitely looking at that for next Spring. I'd love to do a denim jacket. For this Fall, we'll release an EP's wool melton CPO jacket. It's going to be a great piece, and have a bunch of details to make it more versatile than the usual "shirt jacket." It will work as a great Fall outerwear piece on its own, or a solid layering piece for the really cold winter days.
Okay, we're grinding out all of the new product. Here's the two Club Collar Gitman Vintage pieces - both are now available to order in our online shop. The sizing is fairly consistent with our Epaulet shirts - just order one size smaller than your Epaulet size.
^ yo hit me up when you can and tell gitman to stop spying on me....lol
Hah, I know - you guys are butting heads on the OD Oxford steez. But no one at Gitman has named their products after foods and condiments - so you've still got that over them
Originally Posted by JustinW
JtG may be about to loose a loyal US-based customer!
Thanks - I'm a huge Fred Perry fan, so it's exciting for us to finally carry their line. I'm doing really tight assortments. Everything has to be made in Europe (England, Scotland, Portugal) and I personally try on every piece. The Cherry Harrington is so fresh. Okay, and for the next product launch of today - our latest Alden makeup. A leather-lined black suede chukka on the Barrie last with a flex-welt sole. It's a smooth operator, and an excellent match to the grey flannel trousers that we'll be putting out something fierce this Fall. We've got 18 units. Alden for Epaulet Black Suede Lined Chukka: $450