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Originally Posted by flyguy7 View Post
Those look much greener in your photo than they do on the website? Is it the flash?
I have a pair of these, and they aren't green at all. The photos on the site are much closer to their real appearance. If anything, I'd say they're a bit darker in person.

By the way, these shoes get compliments left and right. If your size is still available, grab them now.
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Originally Posted by flyguy7 View Post
Those look much greener in your photo than they do on the website? Is it the flash?

yes, the picture makes them look much greener than they are. But the pants do take on different hues in different lights. Overall, they do not appear green though. Very neutral.
post #4593 of 57698
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Originally Posted by sazon View Post
today's gear: Walt Lichen Flannel Trousers and Alden for Epaulet Cigar Indys.

Per my quick look in the mirror this morning, no "Mr. Ass Cheeks Fit".

Thanks for posting the pic - holy god - those boots hook up so nicely with the trousers! Great fit.

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Originally Posted by burlawa View Post
Bought the cutaway gingham the other week to give as a gift and to try on first of course. Solid fit, at 6'4 it's tough to find something with a slim cut and long enough sleeves, the XL accomplished this. My only criticism would be that the sleeves were a bit roomy for me. Looking forward to a restock of Rudy pants. Like some others in the thread I have to start assembling a work wardrobe for this summer as well.

Thank you sir, glad that you're pleased with the shirt!

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Originally Posted by cl smooth View Post
no signs of the denim yet?

Oh man, story of my life with the Smith jean - they should be coming soon, but things got delayed. It's one of the best denim houses in the States, and they're just slammed with business these days. Sorry about the delays with this.

We're pushing ahead on other fronts though. I'll have a lot of new product to put online this week!
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post
Oh man, story of my life with the Smith jean - they should be coming soon, but things got delayed. It's one of the best denim houses in the States, and they're just slammed with business these days. Sorry about the delays with this.

*Continuing to wait patiently*
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post
. I'll have a lot of new product to put online this week!

*continues to wait impatiently.*
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Originally Posted by nbernie View Post
*continues to wait impatiently.*

psh

join the club
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Hey Mike,

Thanks for the info. I figured you guys might do it again since that gingham was everywhere last year. I was referring to the plain cloth (non-oxford) version. I find cutaways hard to wear without a tie. Here is to hoping you do a normal/button collar one as well...that way I don't have to go to J Crew or worse

Thanks,
-palma

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Originally Posted by palma View Post
Any chance you will be restocking the Gingham in Grape as well Mike?

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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Not that exact item, but we'll surely do another purple-toned Gingham this season. I'm actually thinking of running one as a cutaway collar.

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Originally Posted by palma View Post
I find cutaways hard to wear without a tie

Cutaways can look GREAT without a tie.
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Mike and others,

I am thinking of ordering a pair of the british khakis as I am hurting for some good quality khakis / chinos. A few questions:

- I have big thighs and have a huge problem with pockets on khakis flairing out, even though pants are not tight in the waist (all a thigh thing). Anyway, do you think your khakis will be a good fit? I take a 34 in APC New Standard and the leg measurements in your pants look about the same.

- how does the color hold out after some washes? I find many Khakis and chinos (ie the J Crew pants) all fad to hell in no time.

Thanks
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Originally Posted by palma View Post
Hey Mike,

Thanks for the info. I figured you guys might do it again since that gingham was everywhere last year. I was referring to the plain cloth (non-oxford) version. I find cutaways hard to wear without a tie. Here is to hoping you do a normal/button collar one as well...that way I don't have to go to J Crew or worse

Thanks,
-palma

Second this. Would kill for a restock of that grape lawn gingham.
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Originally Posted by dra View Post
Second this. Would kill for a restock of that grape lawn gingham.

Same here on the shirt.

Not a fan of the cutaway collar as well
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Cutaway collar seems to be pretty popular, look at how quickly all the larger and smaller sizes disappeared. I would have picked one up myself if I wasn't holding my cash for a couple of other items.
post #4603 of 57698
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post
Cutaway collar seems to be pretty popular, look at how quickly all the larger and smaller sizes disappeared. I would have picked one up myself if I wasn't holding my cash for a couple of other items.

Agree with your comment, for me it comes down to personal preference.
Granted, I will probably buy no matter the collar it's just that if I have a choice...
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Originally Posted by PorterInjax View Post
Same here on the shirt.

Not a fan of the cutaway collar as well

I third that...
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Are you planning on doing some chinos with a cut like the Rudy/Hoyt? I just got a pair of rivets, and while they fit great in the waist they're kinda tight in the thigh area.
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