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post #61 of 116
FW11 Dropped! Some really great pieces, can't wait for the sale, hehe.

My favorites:
charcoal parka
7171

shooting shirt
6829

red warm cotton shirt
6949

blue oxford
6916

definitely going to kop a shirt or two once they hit sales, the shirts fit me so well.
post #62 of 116
If I have a true waist of 32", should I get the 30 or 32 in BW for their chinos? Could I just get the 30 and let it out an inch in the waist?

Anyone wanna sell me a pair of theirs in 30? shog[1].gif
post #63 of 116
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

If I have a true waist of 32", should I get the 30 or 32 in BW for their chinos? Could I just get the 30 and let it out an inch in the waist?
Anyone wanna sell me a pair of theirs in 30? shog[1].gif

You might be a 34. They run tight in the thighs, a bit big in the waist due to the low rise. I'm generally a 30 in pants chinos with medium rises (10.5-11") and a 31/32 in pants/chinos with lower rises (9.5-10") and I wear a 32 in Baron Wells chinos. The way the waist is constructed, doesn't lend it itself to being tailored from what I see, but I haven't had a chance to give it to my tailor to assess.
post #64 of 116
Yea, I wear 30 in APC PS and usually 31 in chinos...I'm looking for a really slim fit, so them being tight in the thighs/calves would be perfect. I'd only need to let them out in the waist maybe an inch, if the website's measurements are accurate
post #65 of 116
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6949

liking this one.
post #66 of 116
Wow. Will someone please buy that shooting shirt, wear it once, hate it, then sell it to me for like $150?
post #67 of 116
I can almost guarantee it will hit 60% off later in the season or hit gilt. Just wait homie.
post #68 of 116
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

I can almost guarantee it will hit 60% off later in the season or hit gilt. Just wait homie.

Haha. Thanks. Will keep it bookmarked.
post #69 of 116
mmm, here is one who isn't that much impressed with the FW collection. I actually liked the previous one much more.
post #70 of 116
Yea, where the hell are all the chino options?
post #71 of 116
that parka in black is straight fire. Gonna cop that once it hits 60% off for sure. I hate how they don't have measurements for many of the things though, and they respond to emails really really really slowly.
post #72 of 116
anyone have thigh measurements for a slim chino in 34?
post #73 of 116
We opened the OEN online shop last week and are currently stocking Baron Wells, only a few pieces at the moment but the rest will be shipped in a week or so. Come check us out?

www.shop.the189.com/collections/baron-wells
post #74 of 116
Baron Wells just updated their site ( http://baron-wells.com/ )with dramatically lower pricing. The "reference collection" contains most of their basics and has some really high-value pieces. The Studio Oxford, for example, is only $88 and still made in New York — pretty impressive. As far as I know, this would be the only quality US-made Oxford for under $100 other than Brooks Brothers' online-only oxford.
post #75 of 116
waxed parka is dope. want it.
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