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Correct. Foamposites in pink! smile.gif
Haha. We need name tags! Great meeting Oisin and Daniel today. Here are some pics.










 

What cap toe is that? I don't see it on the website.

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Oh, I bet those clemson boys are already having nightmares about Jadaveon Clowney. happy.gif

That guy is a BEAST. Glad 'Bama doesn't have to play them this year. SEC is just incredible with the talent and passion.
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looks like vass is up on site, although page still needs some work with pics and sizing:

 

http://epauletnewyork.com/products/vass-scotchgrain-austerity-brogue

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My otherwise wonderful dry cleaner pressed my LBM 3-roll-2 navy linen jacket as if it were a true 3-button jacket, erasing most of the jacket's roll. Since the jacket is just linen -- unstructured, and uncanvassed, if I'm not mistaken -- it should be easy to restore the jacket to its original roll, right? Any tips on how to do this with a steamer and/or iron?

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Question to Spiewak owners - how warm is it? I assume you need to layer aggressively if it's freezing cold outside?

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I'll echo others -- the shop looked great and it was real fun meeting other EP customers and hanging out. Too bad I skipped out after polish food and beer and before karaoke but my non-hungover self thanks me for it.

I'm wearing my new green lucino polo today that I got on Saturday. That's the sort of thing I never would have bought online but once I saw and tried it on in the store it was game over.

Mr Clemson, I would also suggest taking a look at the Hawthorne snuff suede loafers. I think I wear these shoes more than any other because they work with shorts, jeans, chinos and more casual slacks, and are so easy to slip on or off. These are all season shoes for me in LA.
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Gonna have to visit this weekend and check it out. Wish they were open on Sundays

Excited for fall/winter walt tweeds and flannels
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What cap toe is that? I don't see it on the website.

 

These stood out to me too. There is some info on the tag, and I would imagine it will show up on the website soon:

 

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Too bad I skipped out after polish food and beer and before karaoke but my non-hungover self thanks me for it.

 

Yeah, I'm a really bad influence. You may have been right not to listen to me.

 

The Epaulet vs. Everlane "Throw Some Ds" duet was pretty worth it though, I thought. devil.gif

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These stood out to me too. There is some info on the tag, and I would imagine it will show up on the website soon:

 


I'm pretty sure that it used to be on the website. I hope they do another run of it soon.

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hi
any updated ETA on the MTO Jackets?
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Question to Spiewak owners - how warm is it? I assume you need to layer aggressively if it's freezing cold outside?

When its bad ass cold out (think NYC in late January) I'm good with the Spiewak and a Stark underneath. Its lightweight, but still pretty warm.
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I'll echo others -- the shop looked great and it was real fun meeting other EP customers and hanging out. Too bad I skipped out after polish food and beer and before karaoke but my non-hungover self thanks me for it.

I'm wearing my new green lucino polo today that I got on Saturday. That's the sort of thing I never would have bought online but once I saw and tried it on in the store it was game over.

Mr Clemson, I would also suggest taking a look at the Hawthorne snuff suede loafers. I think I wear these shoes more than any other because they work with shorts, jeans, chinos and more casual slacks, and are so easy to slip on or off. These are all season shoes for me in LA.

 

Thanks for the tip.  I like the loafers as well (and have more loafers than anything, due to their versatility and comfort), but unfortunately my size isn't available in this shoe either.  I'll have to jump on these earlier in the future.  I'm just new to Epaulet and am playing catch up so to speak. 

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Just wanted to point out that for some reason, the olive moleskin shirt isn't there under outerwear like the navy one is but when i search it, it shows up
is this a glitch or what?

http://epauletnewyork.com/products/cutaway-collar-overshirt-olive-moleskin-1

Oh, thanks for pointing that out - I just put that into the correct assortment.

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looks like vass is up on site, although page still needs some work with pics and sizing:

http://epauletnewyork.com/products/vass-scotchgrain-austerity-brogue

Haha, thanks for pointing THAT out too. Shouldn't have been an active item. I'm going to build it out today with all of the proper info.
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My otherwise wonderful dry cleaner pressed my LBM 3-roll-2 navy linen jacket as if it were a true 3-button jacket, erasing most of the jacket's roll. Since the jacket is just linen -- unstructured, and uncanvassed, if I'm not mistaken -- it should be easy to restore the jacket to its original roll, right? Any tips on how to do this with a steamer and/or iron?

This is a really common thing. Until you see a sportcoat being made, you never realize just how important pressing is to the final look and drape of the garment. A lot of guys get something mis-pressed back from the tailor or dry cleaner and panic that their jacket is ruined. Don't worry - it will be an easy fix and just needs to be re-pressed for a 2-button stance (which is where a 3-roll-2 essentially sits).

I would recommend taking it back to the dry cleaner though, as it's going to be hard to take out a machine press with a home iron or steamer. Just tell them the deal and ask them to re-press it for you correctly. Show them how it's supposed to go. As long as they have the pressing machine there, they'll often do it right at that moment and hand it back to you. You can also get it done at another place too - it usually just costs a few bucks.
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Question to Spiewak owners - how warm is it? I assume you need to layer aggressively if it's freezing cold outside?

It's seriously, seriously warm.

I'm actually pretty sensitive to cold. And I'm well aware that all sorts of menswear brands put out flimsy coats and claim that they're "super warm." And they'll always be some guy from the suburbs of Detroit who can somehow wear a henley and an APC varsity jacket on the coldest day of winter and say that he's "toasty" because the front of his jacket is wool.

Menwear brands overselling the warmth of their winter garments is a pet peeve of mine. This one is actually very warm and practical for a cold day in a cold place. I had my first US-made Spiewak parka when I lived in Vienna, and it got me through the coldest days of the year when I layered with a single thick sweater on underneath. Worked great in NYC too. And it makes for a brilliant overcoat for a sportcoat/suiting look when its cold or snowing.
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Gonna have to visit this weekend and check it out. Wish they were open on Sundays

Excited for fall/winter walt tweeds and flannels

Thank you sir! Definitely drop me a line when you're planning to visit and I'll try to be there. We're starting out with Tues-Saturday for now, but I imagine that we'll open on Sundays when Fall gets into full swing. Just playing it by ear at the moment.
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These stood out to me too. There is some info on the tag, and I would imagine it will show up on the website soon:



Oh yes, these are the same exact shoe as the "Ellison" but without the medallion. It's our new version of it. I just need to reshoot them and we can put them online this week.
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Yeah, I'm a really bad influence. You may have been right not to listen to me.

The Epaulet vs. Everlane "Throw Some Ds" duet was pretty worth it though, I thought. devil.gif

Haha, that song keeps delivering. It's funny, I've probably only heard the real version of "Throw Some D's" once or twice. It's always surprising to hear someone who isn't me rapping it.
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Matt -

Saw that the MTO Suiting option for a the Charcoal 120s is gone. Is that a permanent thing or just a temporary oversight?
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