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I fit a Taylor Stitch size 36 really well - anyone else the same and how do the fits compare?  It seems like from the measurements that the shoulders are a lot wider and the sleeves longer...

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Single digits plus wind chill in Philly area today. Snorkel parka plus layers (long underwear, cashmere sweater) did a good job of keeping me warm on my walk to the pub. Here are some older green Epaulet flannel trousers, a slightly cropped Epaulet DB hopsack blazer, an Epaulet pheasant tie, and a pair of Epaulet Carmina chukkas, drinking a good pint of real ale.

I'm also going to make a not so subtle reminder about the holiday photo contest biggrin.gif

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I also fit a TS 36 well, try a small. You will have to shorten the sleeves, but that's easy, the collar might be too big but they're changing that so wait for the new model's or buy something you can return first if you've got your eyes on the sale section.

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Originally Posted by Louys View Post
 

I also fit a TS 36 well, try a small. You will have to shorten the sleeves, but that's easy, the collar might be too big but they're changing that so wait for the new model's or buy something you can return first if you've got your eyes on the sale section.

Thanks!  How do you find they compare in the shoulders/chest/torso?

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Originally Posted by Mazzasan View Post
 

Still trying to figure out my size on an Epaulet shirt. I'm between a small and medium in GV and size 38 Taylor Stitch and normally wear a Large in BoO. Think i may be slightly smaller for most of those fittings (stopped weights 6 mths back). I think that TS at 38 would be the best guage -  anyone familiar with that size? Also a medium in WvG BD. My feeling is that i'm a small but wonder if anyone has the same sizing as me. thanks!

 

 

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Prob medium

 

 

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You are almost definitely a medium. I wear 38 in TS and L in BoO, and M fits me best for Epaulet.

 

I think you are medium.

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Originally Posted by oisin View Post

Single digits plus wind chill in Philly area today. Snorkel parka plus layers (long underwear, cashmere sweater) did a good job of keeping me warm on my walk to the pub. Here are some older green Epaulet flannel trousers, a slightly cropped Epaulet DB hopsack blazer, an Epaulet pheasant tie, and a pair of Epaulet Carmina chukkas, drinking a good pint of real ale.

I'm also going to make a not so subtle reminder about the holiday photo contest biggrin.gif
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Green flannel? I wonder if they are the same as the Dark Forest flannel on the special order page. This outfit looks very good by the way.

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Originally Posted by zinc2162 View Post


Green flannel? I wonder if they are the same as the Dark Forest flannel on the special order page. This outfit looks very good by the way.

Thanks. I am pretty sure it's a different fabric, and honestly, from the swatch, the dark forest flannel looks cooler than these. Still a good pair of trousers though.
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Anyone try the forest lasted WWIi combat boots? I would like an opinion?thanks ,Joe
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Oisin is this thread's official traveler now. In LA one day, hunting the next, and drinking beer in Philly the following!


I really like the cropped blazer.
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I just wanted to join the chorus of excitement about the Gitman shirts. For what it is worth, making the collars slightly smaller is perfect for me. I have been sending my shirts through the dryer to get them down to size. The result has usually been good, but different fabrics have given me different results. It will probably be easier to have the size close to perfect to start with.

This pastel summer plaid is just the kind of thing I go for. As I buy it, I start wondering whether it is too loud, whether it is really what I need, etc. But I buy it.

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Anyone try the forest lasted WWIi combat boots? I would like an opinion?thanks ,Joe

I know my WWII boots (arriving tomorrow) are on the Oscar last.
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^I think that will make a great looking shirt. It's bright enough that when you pair it with lighter colored summer trousers, the overall look won't be too monotone. Considered that one myself.
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^I think that will make a great looking shirt. It's bright enough that when you pair it with lighter colored summer trousers, the overall look won't be too monotone. Considered that one myself.

+1

 

That shirt would get plenty of wear from me during the warmer months

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Okay guys, y'all convinced me :) Ordered two more shirts today making it three: baby blue flecked, gauzy neutral buffalo, and pastel plaid.

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I couldn't resist the RWB bright madras, largely because it looks a lot like a real madras short sleeved button-down shirt (Eljo's) that I inherited from my dad.
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I know my WWII boots (arriving tomorrow) are on the Oscar last.

Is the Oscar last a wide or narrow last? (or neither?)

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