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Those cream Solovairs were cool. I feel like that style and price would have done much better in a more traditional color.

Looking forward to the OD denim
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

Ok so I'm a bit confused. I know the FF shirts have a slightly smaller collar, but on the go-forward will all Epaulet shirts have this new size collar?

Yes, that's correct. But the idea is that the new collars will shrink less, so even though they measure a half inch less on the first wear, they'll be only about a quarter inch smaller after the wash. So a pretty subtle difference that most guys won't notice at all.
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I was hoping you were going to stick with The Bond...can we get the new fit in the light distressed wash as well?

Are you off to Pitti?

Haha, well the "Bond" referred to Bond St here in Brooklyn. I'm not sure why I'm stuck on giving street names to jean models.

And yes, provided the basic indigo is a success and people are into the fit, then we'll roll it out in additional fabrics and washes as well.
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Can't wait to see the dark grey Wilshire!!! I am all over those

Oh my god, it's going to be so good. I jumped on that as soon as I saw it. Here's some swatches of the Grey & White...




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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

wow I shouldnt have ordered on friday, huh?

its literally balls-frozen-to-thigh weather out there

Oh yes, we're familiar with this in New York right now. Sorry for the wait, we'll get that box on the way to you tomorrow morning smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kwanon View Post

I've been hunting for a shoe that I can wear even in terrible weather. Ideally it would be a blucher wingtip with a commando or dainite sole. In either cordovan #8 or natural CXL. Maybe an olive CXL. This alt wien is the closest thing up right now, but between the cap toe, the color, and the scotch grain I'm not really feeling it. I could probably even live with a cap toe, maybe.

Anything that fits that bill on the schedule for summer or fall? I'm willing to wait a while, particularly if I know I can count on it.

I like the sound of that. We don't have anything like this on order for Spring, but we can float that idea as a Carmina group buy. Carmina's in CXL usually do really well as group MTO's, so I'm sure that we can get that off the ground.
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Originally Posted by katabatic View Post

Mike - while I'm sorry you took a bath on these shoes, I'm loving the heck out of my vanilla Solovairs, and getting a lot of wear out of them. 
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Looking forward to the new MTO trouser options. These shoes need more loud pants icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif 

Haha, no worries on that! I'm glad that so may of you guys were able to pick them up. It's cool to see them pop up in these fit shots.
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Holy smokes, do you see that guys? there's more coming :bounce2: 

 

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And @neutrino - give me about 8 weeks. We're going to roll out the Wilshire big time. Here's the lineup:
 
Ok, more of my monies to EP this year it looks like :nodding:
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Olive tree Walts for a 5 feels like -16 morning. You guys need to stop sleeping on these UK tweeds!

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An unreal -40 celcius in Toronto. Snorkel parka doing it's job though. Also rocking underarmour tights under my flannel Walts smile.gif
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An unreal -40 celcius in Toronto. Snorkel parka doing it's job though. Also rocking underarmour tights under my flannel Walts smile.gif


Buddy, let's not talk about Under Armour tights smile.gif. I'm wearing a pair myself with FF wool RC lol. It's a bit balmy!
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Mike & co, just looking at the additional FF fabrics posted up earlier. Which would you say is lighter and more breathable: the Pastel Summer Plaid, the RWB Madras, or the Gauzy Neutral Buffalo Check? Looking for something to wear in the humid NYC summer (hilarious to think about today).

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Originally Posted by katabatic View Post
 

 

I said this on the reddit thread - a #8 LWB with commando sole and antique edge would be the ultimate all-around shoe, IMO. 

So close, but I'm specifically looking for shortwings. Longwings have never done it for me. 

 

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

I like the sound of that. We don't have anything like this on order for Spring, but we can float that idea as a Carmina group buy. Carmina's in CXL usually do really well as group MTO's, so I'm sure that we can get that off the ground.

Sounds good to me. Do you ever do the same style in different materials? Keep #8 in mind :)

The "Faulkner" from last season would be a pretty good template.

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Damnit.  I've been so busy lately at work that I've missed out on some of these spring shirts.  :brick:

 

Has the Lapis Gauzy Plaid sold out already?  http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/shirts-special-order/products/factory-finds-shirt-buttondown-lapis-gauzy-plaid

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Originally Posted by Mr Clemson View Post

Damnit.  I've been so busy lately at work that I've missed out on some of these spring shirts.  baldy%5B1%5D.gif

Makin' money gettin' the way of spendin' it. 😉

I missed a couple of those nice fabrics yesterday too. Oh well, always more good stuff to come
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surprisingly didn't find anything had to have in the FF round. Trying to practice a little restraint I guess.
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Originally Posted by applky View Post

Mike & co, just looking at the additional FF fabrics posted up earlier. Which would you say is lighter and more breathable: the Pastel Summer Plaid, the RWB Madras, or the Gauzy Neutral Buffalo Check? Looking for something to wear in the humid NYC summer (hilarious to think about today).

Gauzy Neutral Buffalo will be the most breathable of those three. The fabric is really light and it has an open weave.
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

An unreal -40 celcius in Toronto. Snorkel parka doing it's job though. Also rocking underarmour tights under my flannel Walts smile.gif

We're clocking 12 degrees F here in Brooklyn. Good freaking lord. My shop windows here are entirely frozen over. Snorkel parka and cashmere sweater for me today. I'm actually wearing the Harris Tweed Eisenhower in the store, as our heaters are at full blast but not quite keeping up.
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Originally Posted by kwanon View Post

So close, but I'm specifically looking for shortwings. Longwings have never done it for me. 

Sounds good to me. Do you ever do the same style in different materials? Keep #8 in mind smile.gif
The "Faulkner" from last season would be a pretty good template.

Sure, the Faulkner in Burg shell would be killer. We've run quite a few makeups like that. As popular as shell is, our offerings in hand-burnished scotchgrain and Kudu antelope have actually proved to be more popular. Carmina might also debut some new leather options for the season too.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Gauzy Neutral Buffalo will be the most breathable of those three. The fabric is really light and it has an open weave.

 

Thanks! Ordered.

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Sure, the Faulkner in Burg shell would be killer. We've run quite a few makeups like that. As popular as shell is, our offerings in hand-burnished scotchgrain and Kudu antelope have actually proved to be more popular. Carmina might also debut some new leather options for the season too.

From what I can see a lot of your customers have the basics in hand and are branching out into wilder options for more flavor. I'm still pretty much starting out and a pair of shell carminas would be my nicest shoes by a huge margin. What I have now is enough to keep me going, but maybe only one pair I really like. And with plain leather soles I don't like wearing them when it's wet out. Here's hoping there's always room on your shelves for the "basics".

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When is the white denim going to be available?
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