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It's been an EP Alden weekend. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Those Olmstead bluchers are like THE prefect casual shoe!
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Just wanted to say that the running trainers you make are my favorite sneaker I own. I have a bunch of other great shoes, including a pair of your tennis trainers, but I find myself defaulting to the running trainer as the cleanest-looking comfort shoe I have.

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Those Olmstead bluchers are like THE prefect casual shoe!

They are pretty great, especially for a weekend shoe. With two little ones running around, I love that you can beat on them and they only look better.
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Mike, an unlined suede Olmstead would be lovely...
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Based on my current shoe collection, which colour dress belt should I go for? Caramel or Chocolate?

 

I'm leaning toward the Caramel, but I think this picture better represents what it looks like in real life.

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My caramel belt is very buttery - lighter in color than that photo describes.

As the old adage goes - "when in doubt get both."
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Based on my current shoe collection, which colour dress belt should I go for? Caramel or Chocolate?

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I'm leaning toward the Caramel, but I think this picture better represents what it looks like in real life.

 

Does the pair on the right have a redish hue? 

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As the old adage goes - "when in doubt get both."

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Get both until you have a "small" bag full of old belts, some of them barely worn, but none of them are quite right anyways so you still buy new ones.

Not that I'd know from experience or anything... nod[1].gif
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Get both until you have a "small" bag full of old belts, some of them barely worn, but none of them are quite right anyways so you still buy new ones.

Not that I'd know from experience or anything... nod[1].gif

Agreed, and if you buy enough belts you will eventually have the right shoes to wear them with. I think I'm up to 7 or so Epaulet belts now. In fact I don't wear any non-EP belts anymore.
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Reporting back for jury duty/selection today.

French blue Individualized shirt with two-button cuffs and British spread cutaway collar.

Tie is from EP's Brooklyn closing sale.

Suit is the navy cavalry twill from January Southwick EFF. 3-roll-2, tan horn buttons.

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Agreed, and if you buy enough belts you will eventually have the right shoes to wear them with. I think I'm up to 7 or so Epaulet belts now. In fact I don't wear any non-EP belts anymore.

"Honey, but I have to get these shoes... I already own the belt!" biggrin.gif
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Does the pair on the right have a redish hue? 

 

A little bit

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Mike,

 

How warm is the suede blouson? Wearable in 50-60 degree weather?

 

Also, make tall sizes! I really want to try a large but that length is pushing it. 

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If anyone is interested in a pair of sand suede Chelsea size 7.5 PM me
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Speaking of Chelsea boots, here are some photos of the auburn couro cromo:

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Co-worker noticing my Epaulet MTO Taylor fit pants today:

 

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"Woah, Cary Grant pants!"

 

I'll take it. :) About to order a third pair.

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