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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post
 

 

Oxfords and novelty's are fine. I have a few warm-weather things - some incredible Albini linens - that will be great too. 

 

I'd also say the brushed twills are good - they're appropriate for cooler nights. It's about 70 in SoCal right now and I'd have no problem wearing those. 

 

Flannels are going to be heavier, but we've got killer patterns. Probably looking at 65 and below for them to be really comfortable, but we sell thick fabrics to people in hot places all of the time. 

 

And yes, everything is going to come with a buttondown collar and chest pocket. I wanted to hit the right price on these ($100), so that's the deal we struck. 


Thanks Mike.

 

Too bad but I understand about the need to keep the button downs throughout. I guess I could always remove the buttons but I don't know if the collars would fall right.

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Originally Posted by ReversoLover View Post

I'm very intrigued by this "Novelty" category...

I wore the floral the other day and got hella compliments from both women and men. Great job again on that one Mike!

 

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Originally Posted by ReversoLover View Post

I'm very intrigued by this "Novelty" category...

I wore the floral the other day and got hella compliments from both women and men. Great job again on that one Mike!

 

@ReversoLover thanks! I love that shirt - it's one of the best that we've done. Sold really fast too. These are made by the same factory. 

 

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Def interested in seeing some flannels in hopefully some fun patterns. Still waiting for fall over here in NYC.

 

@Mghart there's a ton to choose from. Lead time on this is 6-8 weeks. The factory can probably make them in a month, but we then have to wait on shipping and clearance and whatnot. So it will be full on flannel weather when they land in your hands. 

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What's availability on these gonna be like Mike. Like jump in ASAP or will there be time to pick some stuff out later tonight?
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jumping in real quick, apologize if its already been posted, but have the larger waffle knit dimensions been posted/sent? I need to get my google form entry knocked out but am all over the place with whether going up 1 or 2

 

thanks!

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^ I think Mike said he should have those measurements at some point today.
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Originally Posted by eljlakers View Post

What's availability on these gonna be like Mike. Like jump in ASAP or will there be time to pick some stuff out later tonight?

 

@eljlakers it's kind of all over the place, some fabrics have like 4 units, some have over 20. There's a huge selection. 

 

I'm gonna activate them by category, almost done with Brushed Twills

post #56257 of 57686

Brushed Twills look mighty good. The Bay City Rollers ref is :thumbs-up: :nodding: :cool:

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Begbie and Sick Boy looks great, and who doesn't love Trainspotting?

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link?



 



edit: ah on the group buy page

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http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/special-order/Group-Buy-Clothing

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That Sick Boy Forever Tartan is sick! Maybe this one will convince me to finally take the plunge into the MTO shirting world?
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Yup, Brushed Twills are active!!

 

 

http://epauletnewyork.com/products/epaulet-shirting-fall-16-ends-for-friends-brushed-twills

 

The three most crucial fabrics for me: 

 

1) Justified & Anicent brushed oxford is freaking beautiful. Rare to find an oxford cloth with this kind of weight and texture, it's pretty similar to the Individualized rhino oxford

 

2) Ivory, Blue, and Khaki Tattersall - get one if you don't already own a shirt like this. You'll wear it all of the time and it dresses up nicely if you need it to

 

3) Rule Briannia is bold, in your face, and really cool

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Same size on these as the salt washed Somelos oxfords? Those fit great in a large, but the sleeves are a bit short. The NE seersucker oxford in a large is a smidge tight, but the sleeve length is perfect.
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maaaaaaan some of these look great.  i wish you would post everything at once!!

 

I feel like a shirt i like may sell out so i need to buy it ASAP before the others are posted.  So then I end up buying more than initially intended.  You're an evil genius!! ;)

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Originally Posted by Poomba View Post

Same size on these as the salt washed Somelos oxfords? Those fit great in a large, but the sleeves are a bit short. The NE seersucker oxford in a large is a smidge tight, but the sleeve length is perfect.

 

@Poomba should be a touch longer than the Somelos oxfords, as these won't be delivered with that slightly intense wash. The factory has an allowance of 0.5" on all measurement points though, so I can't guarantee that it will be exactly perfect, but that often doesn't make a huge difference in the final product. 

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