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post #646 of 1319
I know this is SS / 10 but I just picked this up on eBay. Great find and price. There is a medium left in the same pattern and some other hats/designs from SS 09, just do a search.

post #647 of 1319
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Originally Posted by hansj View Post
I saw them last week at the Steven Alan store in Trebeca. They had black and tan ones. Hope that helps.

Yeah, the only problem with that is... I'm located in Canada.

Do you remember how much it was?
post #648 of 1319
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Originally Posted by adamha21 View Post
Aren't the gussets too high to tuck them in? I've never owned one of the 19th century bd's for this reason.

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Originally Posted by WilliamTell View Post
only too high if you're not wearing 19th century pants with massive rises, right?

They aren't too high if you wear a standard trouser rise pants (somewhere around 10.5" rise or so). I own the navy/wine madras from last SS season and it works well for me tucked with pants of that rise.
post #649 of 1319
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
They aren't too high if you wear a standard trouser rise pants (somewhere around 10.5" rise or so). I own the navy/wine madras from last SS season and it works well for me tucked with pants of that rise.

nice, I've always thought they were one of eg's more difficult pieces. Anyone got something to say about irving pants? I feel like I can trust Daiki with slim cuts because of wwm
post #650 of 1319
More pics of the Engineered Garments X Beams+ collab, the Ashfield Jacket. Coming soon. Japan only, so time to get your proxy on.

Goes up to XL!

Find it here:
http://shop.beams.co.jp/shop/plus/go...&did=&cid=6150
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post #651 of 1319
So what is recommended for sizing the plaid works shirt ? Im usually an XS in EG shirts; should I stay with the same size or size up because they do seem to run smaller...on the other hand they stretch?
post #652 of 1319
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Originally Posted by SLAB View Post
So what is recommended for sizing the plaid works shirt ? Im usually an XS in EG shirts; should I stay with the same size or size up because they do seem to run smaller...on the other hand they stretch?

I took the same size small as I have been in the past and they work great for me. No change needed here.
post #653 of 1319
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Originally Posted by Berlin Atze View Post
More pics of the Engineered Garments X Beams+ collab, the Ashfield Jacket. Coming soon. Japan only, so time to get your proxy on.

Goes up to XL!

Find it here:
http://shop.beams.co.jp/shop/plus/go...&did=&cid=6150
Ah damn. L is already sold out.
post #654 of 1319
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Originally Posted by robin View Post
Ah damn. L is already sold out.
It's crazy. They put it up just a few hours ago, and now L and XL is already sold out.
post #655 of 1319
Does anybody know who might be stocking EG bow ties this session. I don't mind if it is in Japan. Many thanks.
post #656 of 1319
^^^Odin has a few instock. Give them a call or shoot them an email.
post #657 of 1319
Thanks Chip, will do.
post #658 of 1319
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Originally Posted by Blyndon View Post
Thanks Chip, will do.

By the way, they don't carry the same stock in all their stores.
post #659 of 1319
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post #660 of 1319
I got the Ashfield and it's pretty great. Definitely glad I snagged one at Beams, will probably get a lot of wear this spring. Odin does have some good bow ties, the polka dot and gingham are my favs
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