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What cardigan is that? It looks amazing.

 

Not to say that the rest of the combo isn't great too.

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Looks like a white Stark. Haven't seen one in stores lately btw.

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We're in the early development stage of it right now. We'll use the Rivet chino fit with a felled back seam and the softest twill that I can find. Actually I'll start with the softest twill and then we'll wash the hell out of it. It's going to have a very relaxed and casual vibe.

The bottom cuff will be a ribbed wool cuff, like on the sleeve of a sweatshirt. You see these kind of pants on the market, and quite a few guys have asked for something like it - and I personally own a similar pair that I really dig. The main differential in with our product will be:

1) Rivet chino fit that everyone knows and loves
2) Really freaking awesome fabric and better quality construction. Great wash effects to make it very soft and comfortable
3) A seam on the bottom that will allow the inseam to be tailored. This is pretty huge, as most of the time you're stuck with these styles. We're going to build in a way for a tailor to easily take the inseam up and re-attach the original cuff.

Will the ribbed wool cuff be removable, then? These sound like great casual chinos, but I don't think I could do the ribbed wool cuff. Or are these in addition to the other new washed chinos you were discussing?
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Epaulet shirt, trousers, and jacket. And Carminas from Epaulet too.
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Just had a chance to really take a look at these photos and that's a fearless combination. nod[1].gif
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Hey, so it seems like the MTO shirting will be launch sometime soon, just wondering if you guys will be dropping any OTR shirts in the near future?  

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This question's for all you Epaulet experts in here. I'm a beginner when it comes to Epaulet, but I'd love to dive in with some good pants for work. Which of the slim Walts would you recommend that would be appropriate for the workplace (and in the best fabrics)?

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Looks like a white Stark. Haven't seen one in stores lately btw.

And considering its length, I'd guess that model hasn't been available for some time.
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My life will be complete once I'm stocked with EPLA hoodies and henleys.

^^ maybe start with Hopsack navy Walts. Or grab the grey ones from the sale section.

All the fabrics are awesome but depending on your work you may wish to avoid duck.
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This question's for all you Epaulet experts in here. I'm a beginner when it comes to Epaulet, but I'd love to dive in with some good pants for work. Which of the slim Walts would you recommend that would be appropriate for the workplace (and in the best fabrics)?

It's best to start with the basics and so I would highly recommend the grey and navy hopsack pants. They are some of my favorite and can work year round if you live in a stable environment (like myself in San Francisco). If you work somewhere where it's colder, I'd recommend the Oxford grey flannel. Not only are they warm, but they are incredibly comfortable and soft.. If you want something a bit more fun, I'd recommend the Japanese Bordeaux twill pants. I own them and think they look great with navy and grey blazers.
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I don't particularly need any new jackets right now and there weren't any "must-haves" in the latest round of FF Southwick jackets, but for some reason I keep coming back to the blackwatch fabric...

I don't know if blackwatch is played out at this point or how important it is in a man's wardrobe, but I do know if I WERE to get a Blackwatch jacket, I would want to get this Southwick one...
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Samuelsohn Spring is going to be freaking awesome. We've got three OTR jackets coming in and we'll launch the MTO program with them, which will be really comprehensive.

I can't imagine this will be cheap, but it will be awesome.

I own 4 Samuelsohn SC's and love them.
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SVB, those last two fits are - to use the parlance of our times - bonkers.

Agreed! I'm kind of digging your directional footwear choice there too

 

Thanks! Yeah, these have quickly become my new favorite pair of shoes. I think you and I both came to a similar conclusion around the same time; that black is poised to come back around as a major color in menswear. Not that this should surprise anyone who has followed WAYWT for the last year or so as we've been seeing a lot more monochrome (and specifically black-based) looks for awhile now. Parker, in particular, has had some great looks that have been inspiring to me and others. I had eschewed black from my wardrobe for awhile and decided I needed to change that. Switching to black shoes is the best way to start. Plus I dig how these are a more casual shoe so it doesn't just look like I'm wearing black dress shoes with a casual fit.

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And considering its length, I'd guess that model hasn't been available for some time.

Yup, I had some trouble finding the older, longer fit Stark...finally have one coming my way now.
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I can't imagine this will be cheap, but it will be awesome.

I own 4 Samuelsohn SC's and love them.

 

 
It's fantastic that Epaulet will be doing MTO Sammys.  I've a suit and the most amazing lightweight cashmere sport coat from them.  It's just a shame I don't need anything else right now.
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Got my shipment in yesterday of things I ordered. I have to say, the UK tweed is so gorgeous.

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