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New York Ranger - Please keep it up. Doing a great job in this thread!
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Greetings from Venice, CA!

 

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Epaulet wool/cotton shirt

Thorogood x Epaulet horsehide boots

(APC denim)

 

hey Mike -- I got the Canon S100! bounce2.gif


Lookin good with the facial hair SVB. This fit looks very good as well.
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Mike, I just got the Pale Grape Herringbone as my 7th pair of Walts (have 4 rivets) and I love them. However, there appears to be some sort of strange weave or snag in the fabric. I circled it below. I'm not an anal retentive person at all, but wanted to see if this is some sort of defect or not. I'll send them back for an exchange if so. Thanks!

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^ Is the weave loose near the area of the errant thread?

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I was hoping that someone who picked up the Carmina Salinger Double Monk in Caramel Calfskin could post up some "action" shots of the shoes. I'm trying to decide whether to go for these or the darker ones from The Armoury. I'm concerned these might be too light of a colour. Thanks in advance!
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New York Ranger - Please keep it up. Doing a great job in this thread!

Agreed. And I'm jealous of your day at one of the coolest libraries in the world.
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^ Is the weave loose near the area of the errant thread?

It's more like the circled area is a raised bump that is rough to the touch. The weave doesn't appear to be loose to my untrained eye. It's probably more of a hassle to return for such a small defect that no one would notice.
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Stopped by the store on Orchard Street and picked up of a pair of Walt Cramertons. The rivet chinos were just too slim for me but the cut of the Walts was great. Special thanks for the recommendation on the tailor across the street, 45 minutes and $7 later, I had 1.75" cuffs on these. Sorry I dont have any full length pictures, you will need to connect the dots:

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^ Fantastic look, Axel. Well done.

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Stopped by the store on Orchard Street and picked up of a pair of Walt Cramertons. The rivet chinos were just too slim for me but the cut of the Walts was great. Special thanks for the recommendation on the tailor across the street, 45 minutes and $7 later, I had 1.75" cuffs on these. Sorry I dont have any full length pictures, you will need to connect the dots: ensmallen (Click to show)
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Jacket? I inlove.gif patch pockets.
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Agreed Axel, nicely done! I'm not usually a cuff guy but I really regret not getting that same pair of pants cuffed.
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Has anyone bought the Carmina double monk saddle shell shoes yet? The color is so different but I really like the pictures on the website. This may be my next purchase.
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Any chance you guys are going to do another run of the Black Suede Alden Chukkas?

http://epauletshop.tumblr.com/post/979047348/alden-black-suede-chukka

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I couldn't wait so I bought another sweater. I hope size small fits me well as I have 2 coming in now!
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I know this isn't exactly Epaulet's specialty, but is there anyway to get a pair of Brixtons in a wide size if I were to commit ahead of time?
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