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@Epaulet

 

For the upcoming EFF shirting event, are we able to get them in our personal measurements that we used for individualized or is it limited to stock epaulet fits?  The individualized program is of course great, but it's been frustrating not being able to purchase standard epaulet offerings like the recent somelos offerings (especially considering I'm a normal sized man, not a linebacker).  I'd be disappointing to miss out on this.   

post #56207 of 57811
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Originally Posted by Medoc View Post
 

@Epaulet

 

For the upcoming EFF shirting event, are we able to get them in our personal measurements that we used for individualized or is it limited to stock epaulet fits?  The individualized program is of course great, but it's been frustrating not being able to purchase standard epaulet offerings like the recent somelos offerings (especially considering I'm a normal sized man, not a linebacker).  I'd be disappointing to miss out on this.   

Pretty sure this is through Somelos so its going to be stock sizing. Though since these shirts are going to be a killer dealer you might want to consider taking stuff to a tailor after.

post #56208 of 57811
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anyone got a blue ep suede belt in 34 they don't need/want? or a suitable replacement?

thanks.

Pretty sure I do...worn once or twice. I'll check and PM you.
post #56209 of 57811
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Originally Posted by Nik Telford View Post

Pretty sure this is through Somelos so its going to be stock sizing. Though since these shirts are going to be a killer dealer you might want to consider taking stuff to a tailor after.
Love the idea but would be surprised if made in Portugal.
post #56210 of 57811

@Epaulet when running tomorrows EFF please consider using the details and fit of the single rinse Portugal Denim shirt.  

 

I'm not sure what it is, but the fit on the denim is much better then the Oxford for some reason.  I'm not wearing the tight either, issue is in the pit, its like there is too much chest, and not enough back.

 

Plus, I think the shallow box pleat and the 2.0 Bond collar is the bees knees.  Only other suggestion I'd be in favor of is a second button on the cuffs for those of us with slimmer wrists.

 

 

Can't wait to see the swatches

post #56211 of 57811
I found the Somelos Oxford to be way too long, great for tucking in, but impossible to wear untucked!

(5'9", size small)
post #56212 of 57811
Is there any way you can reveal what kinds of outerwear you'll be offering for fall/winter? I'm looking for a few styles and was hoping Epaulet might offer them.
post #56213 of 57811

Another ringing endorsement for the Somelos Oxfords (and for the truly photogenic urinals in beautiful, downtown Burbank CA).

 

I really liked the EPLA Oxfords - the antique white and paprika ones in particular, but the Portugese shirting is an undeniable upgrade. The quality of the fabric, the fit and the construction are way beyond what I'd expect at this price point.

 

 

post #56214 of 57811
For those with the waffle knit sweater sizing issue, are you sizing up one or two?
post #56215 of 57811

I love my Somelos oxford and def plan to purchase more...but i have a a nitpick about them...curious if anyone else feels the same.

 

The collar tends to flop out to the sides as the day goes on.  I wish the collar had a bit more beef to it to keep it upright.  

 

Edit: when worn casually (without a tie)

post #56216 of 57811
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For those with the waffle knit sweater sizing issue, are you sizing up one or two?

I'm thinking only one, but I was hoping for mike to post the dimensions so I can decide
post #56217 of 57811
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I'm thinking only one, but I was hoping for mike to post the dimensions so I can decide

Same here.  Going from M to L.  What about length?  Thinking that I still cut an inch on length due to my stature (5'8").  

post #56218 of 57811
Depending on measurements, I might go up 2 sizes to get a more relaxed fit. The size 42 I have is very tight, so I don't know if going up to 44 will make enough of a difference for me. I also got 2" additional length (I'm 6'4" and I really don't like short knitwear, especially cardigans), and that worked out pretty well so I'm going to keep that in my replacement.
post #56219 of 57811
Guess I should of added what I'm thinking in my post.
As tight as the 40 was, I'm thinking of jumping up two sizes.
post #56220 of 57811
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Originally Posted by lifeinabox View Post

Same here.  Going from M to L.  What about length?  Thinking that I still cut an inch on length due to my stature (5'8").  

I'm 5'10, and I think I'm gonna request to add an inch in length just because I'll like the extra length. For me, it's always a chest/shoulder issue for fit, but I'm thinking if I opt to go up two sizes that it'll be too long in sleeve length and everywhere else.
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