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Only about 2% of our customers are size 34.

 

Measure a jacket that fits you fairly well and compare with our measurement chart.

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Only about 2% of our customers are size 34.

Measure a jacket that fits you fairly well and compare with our measurement chart.

Is the correct way to button it up and lay it flat on its front and measure it straight across the back?
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Can someone who has the white polo comment on the sheerness please?

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So if I measure a 36.5in waist, I should order a 37 Pant? Or a 36?
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Any Epaulet customers own KW suits? The Napoli in 36 from southwick is a tad large in the shoulders (the place I'm mainly concerned about) and was wondering what the best size to order in the KW suit would be: 34 or 36?

The Napoli is a soft shouldered jacket however, so I'm not sure if the comparison would be accurate. I think the KW trial suit is a structured shoulder, but I would rather a soft shoulder when I make my final order.
Kent's advice is best, but FWIW, the 36 EP Napoli is a little big in the shoulders for me as well. EP's 36 Caine and Weller work better for me with the padded shoulder. I haven't bought a KW suit yet, but he did get me fitted at the LA trunk show into a 34. I guess I'm in the 2%. Cheers!
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So if I measure a 36.5in waist, I should order a 37 Pant? Or a 36?

To be clear, don't measure your body. Measure a pair of trousers that fit you well. We don't have a 37, so you can try 36 or 38. If you have large hips or thighs, then round up.

 

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Is the correct way to button it up and lay it flat on its front and measure it straight across the back?

Yes. It's hard to mess up measuring the shoulder but that's the most important measurement.

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Loafers and chinos.



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Looking good Ironist
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Those loafers look very nice in the wild.
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Kent, I apologize in advance for posting something that has undoubtedly been covered in previous pages... What's the country of origin for your tailored clothing? Also, what's the time line? Thanks! Fred H.
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Kent, I apologize in advance for posting something that has undoubtedly been covered in previous pages... What's the country of origin for your tailored clothing? Also, what's the time line? Thanks! Fred H.

Suits are made in China. It takes about three weeks to produce and about one week to ship to the US.

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Thanks europrep and betelgeuse! Really happy with my Wang.
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Thanks europrep and betelgeuse! Really happy with my Wang.

I hope your wife is too
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Just got my loafers back from the cobbler - loved every single thing about the loafers except for the natural edges, so had him stain them dark brown and add topys. Very pleased with the result, all work done by A-1 Valet in Arlington for those in the DC area. 

 

 

 

 

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Nice thanks for sharing! I like the soles as they make them unique but these are great.
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