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post #16 of 1041
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Originally Posted by prurient View Post

I'm really happy for my wallet. Seems like the only thing I might really desire (aka not yet own) are the bird-portlandia-print Gurka shorts. All the jackets have been done before (and definitely not a fan of the camo-reversible Brookline) and I've finally learned the lesson (after a few straight-to-ebay purchases) that floral shirts, as pretty as they are, are quite hard to pull off.

Yeah, I haven't seen anything yet that's a must have

The Angler shirt looks good

Agreed on the floral prints uhoh.gif

As always, I'll probably pick up a workshirt. They're my favorite shirts ever, I think I have at least a dozen now.
post #17 of 1041
I was hoping they would do a SS Brookline, but not a fan of the camo.. Hope there's alternatives
post #18 of 1041
Is it just me, or do the workshirts look more FW than the current FW workshirts?

I do need some earth tones, but I'm not usually feeling that in middle of summer.
post #19 of 1041
Fan of the chambray polka dots and the light blue fatigue pants. Newport pants too.
post #20 of 1041
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wow. i may have to hold off my fw blazer purchase for this.
post #21 of 1041
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

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wow. i may have to hold off my fw blazer purchase for this.

How did a Mark McNairy piece slip into the collection? Not a huge fan of what's been posted so far, save for a couple of shirts. Hopefully there are more patterns and fabrics we have not seen yet.
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post #23 of 1041
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Originally Posted by catchh View Post

http://s2w8-news.jugem.jp/?eid=576

that beige CPO style Overshirt looks great. Don't do florals or polka dots, and think camo is best left to the battlefield. Sometimes less is more. smile.gif
post #24 of 1041
The photos just keep coming smile.gif

http://neposaka-news.jugem.jp/?eid=564
post #25 of 1041
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print on this shirt is insane. i hope they do another run of the fatigue shorts and USN pants exactly like SS 11. Those were all staples for me last summer.
post #26 of 1041
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Originally Posted by FlyingLotus View Post

I was hoping they would do a SS Brookline, but not a fan of the camo.. Hope there's alternatives

There's at least one more option

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Edit--I guess I understand the distaste for the camo print on the other Brookline, but it seems a pretty great piece to me. Can't believe someone hadn't thought of it before. Milsurp on one side, navy with a camo quirk on the other. Also don't think it's farfetched to call it a McNairy piece, he and Daiki seem pretty tight
post #27 of 1041
For me, it's an Angelo Urrutia piece.
post #28 of 1041
^ What do you mean?
post #29 of 1041
Angelo is a creative/marketing guy at Nepenthes and is much more "streetwear" than Daiki. That piece screems of his influence (which I think is a good thing)

https://www.google.com/search?q=Angelo+Urrutia&hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=L0b&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&prmd=imvnso&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=3T_qTrWxC6Lw0gHF--HkCQ&ved=0CD8QsAQ&biw=1620&bih=891
post #30 of 1041
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

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wow. i may have to hold off my fw blazer purchase for this.

SWWWWWAAAAAGGGG
 

 

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