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Love those videos. They are probably the biggest help when deciding on fabrics for promos like this. Thanks, Mike!

 

@FLW thank you sir! Got a new camera to shoot them with too. 

 

@Duke Silver - how do you like the new videos, do you notice a difference in quality from the Iphone? The lighting at Hertling is kind of rough, but we'll aim to have a full color-balanced studio in Los Angeles. 

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@Epaulet So are the new suits available for sale at the store? My wife and I will be visiting NYC this weekend and a stop at the Epaulet store is going to be a major highlight of the trip. Also, would it be possible to be officially measured for sport coats and shirts while I am there? We will probably be stopping by on Saturday. 

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@Epaulet So are the new suits available for sale at the store? My wife and I will be visiting NYC this weekend and a stop at the Epaulet store is going to be a major highlight of the trip. Also, would it be possible to be officially measured for sport coats and shirts while I am there? We will probably be stopping by on Saturday. 

 

@AmericanThirst yup, they sure are. Definitely come see them on Saturday. You can leave with one all hemmed up on the bottom and sleeve adjusted if you need it. 

 

And sure, we do measurements for Sportcoats and shirts all of the time. 

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Pretty sure that whoever gets the Broken Railroad Stripe in a Taylor Short will win this EFF.

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Japanese Indigo Sea canvas is badass. 

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@Mike Iron Olive Melange vs. Air Force Blue Wool. Both have grey casts, but still retain Olive and typical AF Blue color quality? Making sure both dont look to similar if that makes sense.
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@Mike Iron Olive Melange vs. Air Force Blue Wool. Both have grey casts, but still retain Olive and typical AF Blue color quality? Making sure both dont look to similar if that makes sense.

 

@badsha yes, they're definitely distinct enough. When the Italians say "Vintage" wool, it usually just means that the dominant color is muted. But the blue one looks noticably blue and the olive one looks olive. You could definitely own both without duplication. I have the videos built out for both of those now too. 

 

 

 

 

 

Wow, if these videos ever get really popular, a lot of people will know me as just a disembodied left hand.

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Videos are great. Did you ever make a video for midnight melange?
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Videos are great. Did you ever make a video for midnight melange?

 

@gumercindo I shot one, but didn't edit it since it sold out so quickly. I'll see if I have time to do it after all of the other ones for live fabrics are complete. 

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Perhaps an odd question, but in-line w/ SF-brand paranoia:

Mike, was going through our coat closet yesterday evening and saw my Mulberry and Thorpe jackets hanging up. I longed for cooler days where I could throw them on and trot around town. Then I went back to conditioning my shoes. It hit me - should l be looking to condition my EP leather jackets via Lexol or whatever the same way we're all hypersensitive about our shoes?
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Perhaps an odd question, but in-line w/ SF-brand paranoia:

Mike, was going through our coat closet yesterday evening and saw my Mulberry and Thorpe jackets hanging up. I longed for cooler days where I could throw them on and trot around town. Then I went back to conditioning my shoes. It hit me - should l be looking to condition my EP leather jackets via Lexol or whatever the same way we're all hypersensitive about our shoes?

I dont own any leather jackets but I have heard that lexol is too thin for a lot of leather jackets and it can pass through the leather and damage the liner. I dont remember what is recommended though, if you;re worried you should be able to ask on a leather jacket thread or over on /r/goodyearwelt on reddit.

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@TO Tie Guy 

 

It's $595 for the SB suit, $645 for the DB Suit. Trousers are only Walt Fit, but I'm going to try them on tomorrow and see if it's possible to size up and make them work. Will advise. 

So are they sold as separates in a suit?

For example, I someone that would be a 48 in vittorio needing a 33 walt. 

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So are they sold as separates in a suit?

For example, I someone that would be a 48 in vittorio needing a 33 walt. 

 

@bkotsko oh man, this stuff is gonna fit you so well!

 

They're sold as complete separates, so you can mix and match. The deal is: 

 

SB Jacket: 495

DB Jacket: 545

Pant: 165

 

If you buy a SB Suit, then the price is discounted to 595. If you buy a DB suit, then the price is 645.

 

And you'll see, the grey tone merchandises great with the navy. Some guys may opt to get a grey pant as well, or buy multiple blue pants and one jacket. 

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I just want to highlight this one fabric, as the still photos don't do it justice: 

 

 

Steamed Milk Cotton-Linen is straight-up one of the best fabrics that I've ever seen. White pants always look rad, but they're hard to wear and even harder to keep clean. This has an egghell, ecru tone (like the late, great Wilshire jeans) that's really wearable, but still gives you that light pant "pop." Would be impossibly boss with that DB jacket that I tried on yesterday. Here's the link to check it out online. 

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@Epaulet What do you think would be more versatile, the Feldmaus or the Sunset pique?
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