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What do you guys think of the begbie and sick boy (?!)

It has a very Mondrian-ish vibe to it, you don't want to be a walking piece of modern art wink.gif
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Originally Posted by ino68 View Post

What do you guys think of the begbie and sick boy (?!)

It has a very Mondrian-ish vibe to it, you don't want to be a walking piece of modern art wink.gif

It's my favorite of the twills and tattersalls. IMO, It definitely doesn't have a Mondrain look to it. The colors are way too subdued and the checks are nowhere near as randomly spaced/sized for what I usually associate with his art.
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Similar sizing concerns here too, which is part of the reason I only opted for one shirt. I'm 6'1 and about 185, but the chest measurement of 21" on a L caused me to size up to the XL. I think that most of the S/M/L sized shirts I've bought recently from other makers have been L, but most also have chest measurements a good deal over 21". And unfortunately I only have one sized EP shirt to compare to, and it's old and seems a bit close in a L.

Ok, update -- here's how the Epaulet shirt I have in L fits. It's actually pretty good, but maybe a tiny bit tighter / shorter than I'm looking for now. A mistake to go XL in this EFF?
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Can the Stevie bag for women fit a 13 inch laptop?
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Ok, update -- here's how the Epaulet shirt I have in L fits. It's actually pretty good, but maybe a tiny bit tighter / shorter than I'm looking for now. A mistake to go XL in this EFF?
 

Fit looks pretty good.  Can't tell with the length but I wouldn't size up.

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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

It's my favorite of the twills and tattersalls. IMO, It definitely doesn't have a Mondrain look to it. The colors are way too subdued and the checks are nowhere near as randomly spaced/sized for what I usually associate with his art.

Fair points! It's back on the list then smile.gif
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Rivets and denim jacket courtesy of epaulet
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Does anyone have a medium grey or loden moleskin field jacket they might want to part with, I keep thinking I might be interested in one now that they aren't around lol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also, last few days in Rivets, Gunmetal canvas and Caramel duck canvas.

 

 

 

 

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Hey guys, 

 

Thanks for all of the orders! This project has been really exciting, and our factory is a great conduit into this kind of fabric. They're going to be thrilled with how many pieces are sold. 

 

I'm shooting the videos in the next hour or so. You'll be able to see each one of the fabrics in hi-def and hear them described with my authentic Long Island garmento accent. I'll try to keep it real and call things "hard kawr" while referring to all of you collectively as "bro."

 

In the meantime, got some responses....

 

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Originally Posted by ino68 View Post

What do you guys think of the begbie and sick boy (?!)

It has a very Mondrian-ish vibe to it, you don't want to be a walking piece of modern art wink.gif

 

@ino68 no worries, it's not really Mondrian at all in person. This is a traditional MacMillian Scottish tartan. I just thought it was more fun to name it after the Trainspotting guys. It's extremely trad.. Paul Stuart makes up stuff like this as sport shirts all of the time. It's really dope as a slim fit shirt, and would pop like crazy under a navy jacket. 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

@Epaulet - For the EFF shirts, can you comment on the weight and the hand of the fabric is for the Liberty of London floral prints? Are these similar to an oxford cloth?

 

@Michigan Planner no, it's lighter. Most Liberty fabrics are poplins, so on par with the typical dress shirt. 

 

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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post
 

Still debating the shirts.  Liking the Magenta Flannel, Getzner Ivory, and Ancient Lovat Tartan Seersucker.  I also think that Albini floral will make up incredible...  

 

 

 

In the meantime, these are like pillows...  Can't wait for a Chelsea in the GYW shape. 

 

 

@CanadaCal the boots look great! 

 

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Originally Posted by brp2 View Post

Similar sizing concerns here too, which is part of the reason I only opted for one shirt. I'm 6'1 and about 185, but the chest measurement of 21" on a L caused me to size up to the XL. I think that most of the S/M/L sized shirts I've bought recently from other makers have been L, but most also have chest measurements a good deal over 21". And unfortunately I only have one sized EP shirt to compare to, and it's old and seems a bit close in a L.

 

@brp2 I think that you're good with a Large, the fit looks nice on you in the photo. I'm about your size (5'10", 195) and wear a large comfortably

 

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Totally into Purple Roses. I waited all day to be sure and then pulled the trigger as soon as I got back home and saw it again. Lots of solid choices this round but this 'novelty' print really jumped out at me. 

 

@dupedd thanks! The purple roses are so good. 

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@Epaulet what is the weight like on that pumpkin and green flannel?

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Been avoiding this EFF, but i'm sure i'll be kicking myself when I see what everyone ordered.  On a hold on shirts until my two Individualized MTO's arrive.

 

Those Chelsea boots look great @CanadaCal, and I agree, the GYW shape + Chelsea would be killer

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Already know I'll regret not getting the Albini floral indigo linen... But can't wait to see it made up, hope whoever gets it post some pictures here.
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@Epaulet what is the weight like on that pumpkin and green flannel?

 

@rydenfan it's mid-weight, kind of the typical flannel. A bit heavier than the stuff we've offered from Individualized. Killer pattern and really soft hand. I feel like that one would be your style. 

 

I really can't the Angel's Kiss solid blue flannel though. Comes from Canclini (I didn't officially say that) and the hand is gorgeous. So many flannels have big patterns that's it's nice to have a solid one in your closet. 

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EP Chelsea boots and baseball stripe Individualized heavy oxford cloth (not ironed... smile.gif)



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EP Chelsea boots and baseball stripe Individualized heavy oxford cloth (not ironed... smile.gif)
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Nice FC! I think I recognize that denim shirt...

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