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post #7951 of 29252
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

this is kind of funny for me i had some epaulet chinos in 28 i washed them on hot and dryed on hot to get out all the length shrinkage before i'd get them hemmed 2 times in a week to make sure. i take them to the tailor she goes whats your regular inseam i told her usually 30 is good but do 31 on these knowing my luck they'd shrink some more later. she was like are you sure? i was like yes.
well i just washed the epaulet chinos again on cold and hanged dry yesterday put them on thought i was imaging that the break in the pants has changed. went to measure them they shrank to 30" lol. oh well looks even better now icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
not to mention a lot of the other dimensions went down slightly. yes i do use a tape measure regularly lol.

Cotton is a funny fabric, you may find it stretches back out, even the inseam a little, with wear...
post #7952 of 29252
i don't think the inseam will stretch out any of the pants/denim i've had inseam has stretched out i remember some i tried to pull them back out after the washing.

your right about the other dimensions stretching back out though.
post #7953 of 29252
Just kopped the gun metals and the new tankers icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #7954 of 29252
Is it bad that it's my third day in a row wearing the olive twill heavyweights? I honestly don't want to wear anything else to work...
post #7955 of 29252
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Is it bad that it's my third day in a row wearing the olive twill heavyweights? I honestly don't want to wear anything else to work...

LOL, I'm with you holmes. Once I get in a groove with great pants, only a hot woman can get em off me.
post #7956 of 29252
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Is it bad that it's my third day in a row wearing the olive twill heavyweights? I honestly don't want to wear anything else to work...


Not at all - I've had to force myself to not with that one, especially now that it's been getting cold.

post #7957 of 29252

Speaking of heavyweights, Mike, do you have any plans to do a heavyweight canvas Rivet?

 

 

post #7958 of 29252
Damn, those Brixtons and I've had my eye out for a natty chromexcel boot. Sucks having such low copping power at the moment. I just try to remember that there will almost always be a new makeup coming out from some webshop.
post #7959 of 29252
Effing Natty Chromexcel tankers are bananas. Pure orgasm. wow.gif
post #7960 of 29252
Damn, USPS taking abnormally long on my current order, never had it take more than 3 days transit time frown.gif will be out of town for a couple days starting tomorrow morning.
post #7961 of 29252
Are the Donegals still going up today?
post #7962 of 29252
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Damn, USPS taking abnormally long on my current order, never had it take more than 3 days transit time frown.gif will be out of town for a couple days starting tomorrow morning.

yeah mine are taking a long time too...
post #7963 of 29252
Heavyweight Twill...
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on a day with a chill.
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Brown Chromxl Belt...
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A feeling I wish you all've felt...
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Come one, come all to the Epaulet thread,
My pics won't rival KG's...
But my rhymes drop him dead.

I think everyone should include a cheesy rhyme with their fit pics from now on...or not...I spend too much time with children:slayer:
post #7964 of 29252
Italian Donegal Trousers

They have arrived!

Thanks to everyone who preordered these - we shipped about 20 pairs out today and the balance will go out tomorrow. These made up even better than I anticipated - soft, gorgeous wool, a nice medium-heavyweight that will keep you warm but no overheat you, and freaking perfect color tones. We have about 20 pairs per color. If you're a 28 or 36, you'll want to order sooner than later, there's only 1-2 pairs in those sizes.

And if you missed out on getting the Navy Marl Lambswool Flannel - check out this Navy Donegal. It's pretty close in color and feel.

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Walt Trouser Donegal Tweed Charcoal: $205

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Walt Trouser Donegal Tweed Cocoa: $205

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Walt Trouser Donegal Tweed Wheat: $205

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Walt Trouser Donegal Tweed Navy: $205
post #7965 of 29252

I'm seriously going to have to unsubscribe this thread, it's painful opening it and finding amazing stuff I can't afford before it sells out. frown.gif

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