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pretty sure there's a code

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does it really say wine color?
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I'm not so sure there's a code. It says extra 25% off sale items but if you look at the fine print it says:

*Online only. Selected merchandise only; qualifying items will be designated on the site with an indication on their product page. 25% off will be reflected at checkout. Interim markdowns may have been taken. No adjustments for prior purchases. Excludes Online Clearance merchandise
post #7264 of 10891

Bottega Veneta creepers size 44 (11). If anyone ever sees the croc version in a us9 :-)

post #7265 of 10891

W+H Fleece Blazer ends soon and cheap.  

post #7266 of 10891
Nice BIN on a visvim deckhand in a 2.
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damn

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synthese it seems you're moving towards a workwear aesthetic, which is good, but i don't think EG is the brand for you. EG is all about narrow shoulders/wide chest, and it doesn't seem you have narrow shoulders. you should check out some of the more british brands -- folk, garbstore, or some of the rarer japanese like ts(s)
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I wouldn't call it "workwear" at all, actually - just more relaxed, more textured, and more 3D (shoreman), potentially. Out of the brands you've listed, only TS(S) has ever really had any appeal. I'm not after "heritage," more like layered grunge. I think EG is worth a shot, at least. If it doesn't work out, so be it. other brands on my shortlist are White Mountaineering and Nonnative, along with (possibly) some more geller - I have also always wanted a cabourn cameraman. I wouldn't call any of that workwear, though. I guess the thing is that I see the Folk/ Oliver Spencer/ Howlin' -type midmarket brands everywhere these days, and they just don't appeal to me in person.
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I wouldn't call it "workwear" at all, actually - just more relaxed, more textured, and more 3D (shoreman), potentially. Out of the brands you've listed, only TS(S) has ever really had any appeal. I'm not after "heritage," more like layered grunge. I think EG is worth a shot, at least. If it doesn't work out, so be it. other brands on my shortlist are White Mountaineering and Nonnative, along with (possibly) some more geller - I have also always wanted a cabourn cameraman. I wouldn't call any of that workwear, though. I guess the thing is that I see the Folk/ Oliver Spencer/ Howlin' -type midmarket brands everywhere these days, and they just don't appeal to me in person.

How about Beams+ ?

Folk is okay, but the quality isn't stunning and sometimes it's annoyingly 'quirky'. I like Oliver Spencer - quality is solid for the price.

I tried a couple of EG jackets but neither fitted by my body shape - I seem to fall in the gap between L/XL. I've got a couple of shirts - one slightly too big, one borderline small smile.gif
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http://www.contextclothing.com/item.php?id=3321

I was hoping this would go overlooked until someone bought my Krane!
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I wouldn't call it "workwear" at all, actually - just more relaxed, more textured, and more 3D (shoreman), potentially. Out of the brands you've listed, only TS(S) has ever really had any appeal. I'm not after "heritage," more like layered grunge. I think EG is worth a shot, at least. If it doesn't work out, so be it. other brands on my shortlist are White Mountaineering and Nonnative, along with (possibly) some more geller - I have also always wanted a cabourn cameraman. I wouldn't call any of that workwear, though. I guess the thing is that I see the Folk/ Oliver Spencer/ Howlin' -type midmarket brands everywhere these days, and they just don't appeal to me in person.

I like your paratrooper/bedouin/biker jacket stuff, and anything paired with that cloak jacket. Hopefully you won't give that up entirely as you seek new things.
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I wouldn't call it "workwear" at all, actually - just more relaxed, more textured, and more 3D (shoreman), potentially. Out of the brands you've listed, only TS(S) has ever really had any appeal. I'm not after "heritage," more like layered grunge. I think EG is worth a shot, at least. If it doesn't work out, so be it. other brands on my shortlist are White Mountaineering and Nonnative, along with (possibly) some more geller - I have also always wanted a cabourn cameraman. I wouldn't call any of that workwear, though. I guess the thing is that I see the Folk/ Oliver Spencer/ Howlin' -type midmarket brands everywhere these days, and they just don't appeal to me in person.


esemplare is also worth a look, IMO. they sometimes do some subtle, interesting things with their fabrics/details that doesn't really sit in the workwear or heritage camp too literally. 

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