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I kopped the last of the champagne hopsacks. I couldn't afford them the first time on EFF; I'm really glad to see them make another round!

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Is there going to be another Rivet EFF coming up after this? @Epaulet 

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Southwick x EP.

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Southwick x EP.

 

No spoiler. Wow that's gorgeous. Nicely done!

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Nothing to see here. 

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Anyone have their Field Jackets ship yet? Anxiously waiting.

 

Mine just updated a bit ago, it left today as well. 

 

 

Sorry for the double post.

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Fall is all about layering. EP Western (beat to hell, washed a bunch raw denim) Western Shirt, Italian Denim Shirt and Western Belt with Browning Buckle.
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Great look Rob.
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Great look Rob.

Thx dude, waiting for the cease and desist from RL for the tie (made from bedsheets).
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Thx dude, waiting for the cease and desist from RL for the tie (made from bedsheets).

Haha nice. You make killer ties.
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EP shawl sweater and button down (paired with 3Sixteen denim, EP Alden Indys a EP Thedi)



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EP Heirloom

I have noticed that I don't know how to stand up straight.


 

Non EP (Click to show)

Non EP:

JCrew shirt

Gustin selvedge and belt

Viberg shell

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Very nice. Which color is that?
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EP Heirloom
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Very nice. Which color is that?
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EP Heirloom


Thanks.

Dark Glacier, if I recall correctly.

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@Epaulet  please do vests in long sizes at some point in the future! 

 

@scrolls we can actually do this at any time with the Southwick MTO program. You can get any size - short, regular, or long. Choose from a vest with lapels or without. Price is around $250 - $350, depending on the fabric. 

 

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On the Reddit AMA last week it was mentioned that it may be possible to have the waist of say a 35 fit closed at 34 for MTO. Were you able to see if it was possible to do this in factory? It would be convenient as it would eliminate having to take them to get tailored. 

 

@rob129 Sure, send me an email on that - and it would have to be an individual MTO, not the Ends For Friends promo. But please note that the only thing that will change is the waistband, you'll still have the overall seat fit of the 35. 

 

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@EP Sam   Will you be posting a link here when the Walt samples go up?

 

@Don L I'll see if I can build these out today. We also have two other fits to offer: 

 

Garda: fits like the Walt but with a slightly bigger leg

Como: fits like the Rudy but with a slightly bigger leg

 
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Some killer fits guys....

 

Channeling Tricky with the EP Moleskin Vest ans Walt's

 

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@Don L this is awesome! Love those Aldens. 

 

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@EP Sam Do you have any more pics of the Stony Beach Donegal? I ordered the Saffron, but the pic above makes it look more yellowish that I might prefer.  I might prefer something that is a more neutral brown.  Recommendations?  Is it possible to change my fabricif I want?

 

edit: paging @Epaulet as well.

 

@dalevy the Saffron definitely has a golden and yellow cast, hence the name. If you're worried about that than Sandy Beach is a safe choice - it's a straight up tan. 

 

Take your time, just email me by Sunday if you want to change. 

 

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hmmmm....pale grape flannel awfully tempting....

 

but not sure what I would wear it with. Most of my SC are some combination along the navy-grey spectrum, which might make everything look a little too washed out.

 

@peppercorn78 pale grape is actually one of the easiest colors to wear that we've offered. The purple tone is really subtle, so it's almost as versatile as a basic oxford grey flannel. With the extra bonus of working with grey jackets and not being too matched up. 

 

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Wondering this exact thing about that fabric and the Stony Beach Donegal.

 

Also @Epaulet are the Peat's Sake, Lyle Lovat, and Honey Nut heavy fabrics flannels or tweeds? The picture says one thing and the dropdown says another.

 

@applky they're all tweeds

 

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I've suddenly decided I need a brown sweater to wear over a shirt and tie for an upcoming holiday party. I only see crewnecks on the site; were any cardigans from the recent orders for stock, or all MTO?

 

@duff406 we're bringing in just Derby and Navy for stock. Should be here early next week, along with the pre-order sweaters. 

 

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Are the champagne REDAs too close to the sunset wheat REDAs I already have?
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@malwear they're pretty different - the champagne is a lot lighter in tone. The fabric is freaking brilliant, so I don't think you'll be upset at your wardrobe for having too many REDA hopsacks :)

 

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What happened to the Walts sample sale? I am kind of confused.

-Mike

 

@mdubs we bit off more than we could chew at the factory. I thought that we could run both events concurrently, but we hit a bottleneck. Brooklyn has pretty lousy internet service, and each picture was taking ages to upload. Just wasn't realistic to do all of that in real time. 

 

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Gents.

 

Dusty Saffron Donegal.  I have the Ironwood Donegal already, is the saffron much brighter/lighter?  Easy to add a pair?

 

 

 

Also interested in:  

Loden Windowpane, Grape and the Teal/Cream Check.

 

 

I find myself dressing down more than up, which makes me think donegal over flannel.  (button down, boots, even chuck taylors often)

 

@CanadaCal

 

Saffron is definitely lighter and more colorful, I wouldn't say that there's too much duplication there. 

 

Loden Windowpane is the dressiest and oldest school of the three. Teal/Cream is rad, but that pant is BOLD. Pale Grape is going to be very easy to wear and probably the best match to a range of different footwear. I'd wear it with sneakers in a heartbeat. Same for Dusty Saffron. 

 

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I think i'm going Kale and Khaki. I've been eyeing the Juniper flannel but the K&K seems much more wearable to work, like an olive.

 

@Todd V Kale and Khaki is rad. Although I'd say that both are equally wearable, just different shades of green. Most of these more colorful fabrics were sourced for Paul Stuart, so they're all in the dressy spectrum. 

 

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One last question before I pull the trigger I'm in Canada so after shipping, taxes and exchange this is an expensive mistake if they don't fit, and the Rudys can't be returned.

Through both genetics and mountain biking, hiking and skating I've been gifted/cursed with what my tailor calls a 'powerful behind' it sounds less insulting when said with an Italian accent. Basically I have a muscular butt and thighs and I'm 6'7" -250lbs, and it turns some dress pants into obscene crotch huggers.

So my question for the Rudys specifically, is the distance from the top middle of the waistband down to the seam in the crotch much different from the distance from the seam to the middle back? I'm assuming that the widest part of the seat is several inches wider than the waist?

Lastly is there anyone out there with 39 or 40" Rudys that could confirm the actual dimensions? The chart only goes to 36 and a guesswork extrapolation isn't nearly as good as the real thing, thanks for any help.

 

@evilWagon we're going to put @EP Sam in touch with you. Quick answer is: I think that we can get you a better fit than the Rudy. At your height, you really need something that can be done in a Long fitting. I can't guarantee that the first try will be perfect, but we can definitely get you a pant that will be very wearable - and probably even more refined with a bit of tailoring. We'll need a set of measurements for pants that fit you well now. 

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