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My cashmere golden rod factory find Napoli arrived. It sure is nice. The unstructured shoulder makes it a different beast than I am used to. I'm hoping my tailor can make it work for me. Maybe I'm being nervous for no reason. I have decently large shoulders!
post #24017 of 36503
If the fit is off in the shoulders you may be able to find someone on here who'll swap their coat. Worth asking before you put your tailor to work on it.
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post

My cashmere golden rod factory find Napoli arrived. It sure is nice. The unstructured shoulder makes it a different beast than I am used to. I'm hoping my tailor can make it work for me. Maybe I'm being nervous for no reason. I have decently large shoulders!
post #24018 of 36503
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

If the fit is off in the shoulders you may be able to find someone on here who'll swap their coat. Worth asking before you put your tailor to work on it.

True, good point. Anyone else in the range of 37XS heheheheh.

The top and front of the shoulder looks good. It is more the side of the arm and the back seam that looks funky. I'll try to do some good before and after pics.
post #24019 of 36503
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post


Yes, you should be good with a Mulberry Large. I'm essentially in the same boat (I wear an Epaulet L, but it's right on the edge of being too tight) and the Mulberry in Large fits me wonderfully. I can layer a thin sweater underneath if need be as well. You're going to love it!

Thanks for your great service. Just ordered one.
post #24020 of 36503
Epaulet shirt and trousers:
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Does anyone know how the MTO process works? I made an order on some Rivets a week ago and am rethinking the length and twill taping. Is there any way to change it? Its not a big deal and I don't want to be an inconvenience but if there's a simple channel, I might look into it.

post #24022 of 36503
^call or email. They are great & if it can be done, they will help you out. If not, they'll let you know.
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Originally Posted by bobbymilwaukee View Post

Does anyone know how the MTO process works? I made an order on some Rivets a week ago and am rethinking the length and twill taping. Is there any way to change it? Its not a big deal and I don't want to be an inconvenience but if there's a simple channel, I might look into it.

Thanks for your order. My apologies, we're not able to change the MTO orders after they're submitted to the factory - which generally happens in a day or two. Once they write up the order, the generally cut the fabric immediately, and then it just goes into a queue for all of the parts to be sewn and tailored.
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Thanks for your great service. Just ordered one.

Thank you sir! You're going to love that jacket!
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Originally Posted by Todd V View Post

True, good point. Anyone else in the range of 37XS heheheheh.

The top and front of the shoulder looks good. It is more the side of the arm and the back seam that looks funky. I'll try to do some good before and after pics.

Sure, please feel free to post the pics here or email them to us - we'll be happy to advise you on tailoring. If the fit is mostly alright, then almost anything can be fixed.
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

Thanks for the advice on the cotton sportcoat. Sounds like a 34 MTO would be the best bet.

Sure thing. And please feel free to drop us a line if you have any questions or want personalized advice. The Navy Duck sportcoat has been one of our best-selling casual pieces, and you can really trick it out with pocket and button choices.
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Picked up my first pair of raw denim and I'm struck with how good it looks with the natural CXL indys. The perfect fall ensemble. The only thing that I'm not quite sure of is when I throw my navy eisenhower on, I sometimes think it looks a bit too monochrome with the raw jeans. Next thing I know, I actually start liking it dozingoff.gif

Also, I think I've come to accept the fact that those leather jackets as well as the current Wyatt are going to be too rich for my blood as of now. Gotta save up for a car.. #thirdworldproblems
Although what's been said about the cowhide Wyatt being substantial could have been right up my alley with our climate here, sigh

Oh, I LOVE natural chromexcel and raw denim! It's the greatest!

And we've still got plenty of merchandise coming out this year - at all sorts of price points. We'll find something that works smile.gif. Although cars are definitely worthwhile investments.
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I have worn them with chinos.  I have not worn them with jeans, but I expect many would.  But the formality of them -- the austerity wingtip and the balmoral -- make them wearable with slacks and sportcoat as well.  I think they are very versatile - maybe slightly less than an open-laced boot, but not enough for this wearer to care.  

We had quite a few guys in the NYC area pick up the Greeley boots, and I'd say that the majority of them actually wear them into the shop with jeans or chinos. Especially with jeans. They go great with all sorts of smart casual looks.
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RIVET CHINO MTO GALLERY OF CHAMPIONS

The New York guys had a wild week of shipping orders but found time to take snapshots of some MTO Rivets before we shipped them out. Here's a gallery of some custom pieces that were ordered:



MTO Rivet Chino in Dusty Navy Glen Plaid




MTO Rivet Chino in Grey Speckle Herringbone




MTO Rivet Chino in Navy Speckle Tweed




MTO Rivet Chino in Wool Corduroy (these are so freaking good)
post #24025 of 36503

Hey guys. I have loads of your Rivet Chinos. Do you wear them with Blazers or Sports coats? I find them too baggy/casual to do so.

post #24026 of 36503
Here's some photos of the late, great Autumn Herringbone. Thanks to everyone who ordered them! The fabric is totally sold out.




And here's shots of some special details:

Blue Side Taping


Orange Side Taping


Striped Pocket Bags


Side Tabs


Rear Flap Pockets
post #24027 of 36503
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Hey guys. I have loads of your Rivet Chinos. Do you wear them with Blazers or Sports coats? I find them too baggy/casual to do so.
Your Rivets are baggy? I'm a skinny dude and the Rivet is darn slim.


The speckle chinos look awesome.
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Your Rivets are baggy? I'm a skinny dude and the Rivet is darn slim.

Yeah, I'm a very skinny dude too.

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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Yeah, I'm a very skinny dude too.

That's baggy to you? It looks pretty good to me. It may be even too slim for the conservative.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Here's some photos of the late, great Autumn Herringbone. Thanks to everyone who ordered them! The fabric is totally sold out.







 

 

The orange taping is so boss. Eagerly awaiting mine. 

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