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^I actually bought this yesterday, and Peter helped size me for it. It's literally the perfect suede bomber. It was my first visit in person to the Epaulet shop and the experience was very pleasant.

Also, raise your hands for a Boston trunk show. Adele and Peter seemed receptive to the idea as long as there is enough interest.

Hand raised.
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Picked up my haul from Individualized today! Pics dont really do it justice since I just have a cellphone camera. Left to right starting at the front: Navy Bengal with Artisan Collar, Imperial Broadcloth with Point Colar, Royale Oxford with Widespread Buttondown, Sicilian Lime Green with Band, and Albini Orange Multicheck with Artisan as well. These are seriously sick shirts. I really want to pick up the other Albini Multicheck for my next order as well.I will say I was expecting the checks to be a bit broader but I love it as it is; and I think the narrower checks help to keep it dressier looking.

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Great haul! I have the Navy Bengal with artisan being made up as well with a few others.
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I might end up turning the lime green into a short-sleeve, I think the factory put someone else's cuffs on it, since they are mitered and I ordered regular, and they have someone else's monogram haha.

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@CanadaCal
 not yet on those, but we received our first delivery of $95 Somelos Oxfords. You guys are going to love them! 

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I hope operators are standing by to take my order!
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Editing at the airport wearing Epaulet x Alden Natural CXL alt weins.

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Horsehide trainers arrived - fantastic
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Reason #127 of why I love Epaulet:

 

I recently bought the Black Poplin Dress shirt that was in the sale section. I receive my shipping notification, and leave it to Epaulet to appropriately (and maybe prophetically) name the SKU for the shirt Glenn Danzig. What company does this? 

 

It's these little things why I continue to come back over and over again. Amazing, well made clothing, the best shoe game in the world, and the humor and wit. Well done Mike and team, well done.

 

 

@AmericanThirst haha, thanks for posting this. I really appreciate the kind words! And kudos for finding a shot of Danzig in an actual black woven shirt! 

 

So, there is a story behind this. As an account, you can order shirts through Individualized as either custom or ready-made. Custom shirts have no size tags and ready-made will be tagged "S,M,L,XL"

 

Now, there's no rational reason for this, but ready-made shirts cost $5 more to produce. It's the same exact thing, but with a size tag. Even our rep has no idea why, but them's the rules. You guys know that I'm always trying to maximize value for price, so I asked "What if I submit custom orders with fake names? I'll just have one customer order a bunch of shirts and we'll put them on the rack?"

 

This was an acceptable way to subvert the pricing surcharge. But I needed names for these custom guys. So I went with Ronnie James Dio for Small, Ian Curtis for Medium, and Glenn Danzig for Large. I thought that it was hilarious! 

 

Well, what was hilarious to me proved confusing as hell to both the staff and the in-store customers. So we still order some stock shirts with fake names, but they're more bland and to-the-point like "Sam Small" and "Marty Medium." But I love that you guys got a kick out of it! Let me just toss this out there: 

 

 

"Three Liter Bottle of Mountain-Deeuahh" gets me every time! 

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This is one of the best stories I've heard in a minute. Thanks for the laugh
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@Epaulet that story is amazing. happy.gif
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Just want to say EP's customer service is top notch as always. My Sicilian Lime green linen shirt came with different cuffs than what i'd ordered including someone else's monogram JLM. But Mike ended up discounting the shirt for me since its sold out. It's not a big deal either since I'm just going to keep the sleeves rolled up. Every other shirt was perfect though! SO in closing I apologize to JLM if he's on here for stealing his cuff, and Mike said to tell people it stands for John Lovin' Mellencamp. :rotflmao:

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@AmericanThirst
 haha, thanks for posting this. I really appreciate the kind words! And kudos for finding a shot of Danzig in an actual black woven shirt! 

So, there is a story behind this. As an account, you can order shirts through Individualized as either custom or ready-made. Custom shirts have no size tags and ready-made will be tagged "S,M,L,XL"

Now, there's no rational reason for this, but ready-made shirts cost $5 more to produce. It's the same exact thing, but with a size tag. Even our rep has no idea why, but them's the rules. You guys know that I'm always trying to maximize value for price, so I asked "What if I submit custom orders with fake names? I'll just have one customer order a bunch of shirts and we'll put them on the rack?"

This was an acceptable way to subvert the pricing surcharge. But I needed names for these custom guys. So I went with Ronnie James Dio for Small, Ian Curtis for Medium, and Glenn Danzig for Large. I thought that it was hilarious! 

Well, what was hilarious to me proved confusing as hell to both the staff and the in-store customers. So we still order some stock shirts with fake names, but they're more bland and to-the-point like "Sam Small" and "Marty Medium." But I love that you guys got a kick out of it! Let me just toss this out there: 




"Three Liter Bottle of Mountain-Deeuahh" gets me every time! 

Love how Dio is the small. (He and Danzig were actually the same height.) As someone who's between a medium and small, I like the idea that I'm half Dio half Joy Division.
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It's been an EP Alden weekend.


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@Epaulet

 

Will any of the leftover fabrics from Southwick EFF make it to the site as MTO trousers?  

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Mike.

How about an MTO for shorts.

Make it short and sweet.
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