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post #1111 of 1411
Well, I caved and got that navy uniform wool serge suit, couldn't believe both my sizes were still available this late in the season,,,,, now where can I get that cinch vest?

I'm also thinking about the button shawl and olive aviator just wishing it wasn't lined.
Edited by canstyleace - 12/30/12 at 8:15am
post #1112 of 1411
Bureau Belfast has the shawl collar one on sale.
post #1113 of 1411
First time I give up and go for a large (all my other EG stuff is tagged Medium). I got a bunch of sweaters this year and trying to tackle NYC's winter with layering under a not-so-heavy jacket. Like previously reported in this thread, the shoulders on the Landsdown should be a little narrower, but I don't think it's the end of the world.

post #1114 of 1411
Looks great!
post #1115 of 1411
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Originally Posted by drink8648 View Post

F2D1566 / Lined Bedford Jacket / 60% Poly - 40% Wool Grey Homespun Jersey XS > XL
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need help from the experts here... im interested in this bedford but am stuck beteween a small and medium. im 150lbs and 5'10" i wear small in eg shirts but i want to layer the jacet. if it was to be worn as a suit of course i would go small but i want to pile it over a flannel and or sweater. my suits are 38s although im more like a 39 these days. LOL

please help!
post #1116 of 1411
your a medium

im wearing that exact piece now.

im a small 36 (more like a 35) and i took that in a small. the lining makes it slimmer as well so if your going to layer def go for medium. i find this piece fits slimmer than my chalkstripe brookline from last year in small
post #1117 of 1411
Vin, i'd at least go for a medium, having tried it on i can say it definitely fits small.
post #1118 of 1411
Ahhhh Len! thanx man! Also Random solid advice, just copped the last medium from context! sounds like exactly what im looking for!
post #1119 of 1411
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Originally Posted by endless402 View Post

haha I wore that one today. really nice fit but wasn't sure if I could pull off the camo

I hear you. My main concern is that the colors are too bright, making the contrast of the camo pattern too clear - contrary to if it were more over all dark.
Sorry for my bad english, I hope you get what I'm saying.

What's your opinion?

I'm using these images as references..
http://cache1.bigcartel.com/product_images/70797031/EG_BedfordCamo-01.jpg
http://images.couvertureandthegarbstore.com/images/products/5744/6448.jpg

Which would you say is most true?

Thanks

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Originally Posted by El QUaG View Post

Same here! I resorted to purchasing the Olive Field Parka in medium instead. The Northwood jacket is a really nice jacket.
I share your pain Shingles. I already purchased five jackets from the FW season and it's still early days of summer here in Sydney!
50% off at Inventory is too good to pass up. I also acquired 2 x pocket squares and the wind breaker.
At least shipping costs were quite fair given how much I purchased. I'm looking at you Jonathan + Olivia! CAD $100 for a single jacket delivered in taped up shoe box!?!? Come on guys, that's just ridiculous. The box arrived with tear in it!

Five? Wow..
I buy alot more FW stuff than I do SS. It's cold here in Scandinavia, making FW items wearable about 8-9 months a year I'd say, depending on layering etc.
Now we're pretty much in the deep freeze. Luckily I found the Navy Duffle Coat from last year, in medium at a sale. Copped it right away. It's the perfect, roomy piece for layering during our winters.

$100 CAD? That's ridiculous. I paid 40 CAD for the Bedford, from Inventory and they usually use Fedex.
post #1120 of 1411
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Originally Posted by Vinneus View Post

Ahhhh Len! thanx man! Also Random solid advice, just copped the last medium from context! sounds like exactly what im looking for!

Vin-- I think you made the right choice if you intend to layer. I'm a true 40 and initially ordered the L, which would've been perfect for me if that's what I intended. I sent it back and went with the M and it's perfect with a button down. Definitely fits slim.
post #1121 of 1411
Blue chambray workshirt with red stitching popped up on yoox in sizes s,m,l just kopped one in large not a bad deal at 120 with 13% off with code yoox2013
post #1122 of 1411

hi are the jeans made by nudie think that what it says on american rag site

post #1123 of 1411
If anyone is in London they should definitely take a trip up to tailor at the tannery. They had tons of this seasons EG, think its all at 20% off too. Apparently they're going to have a proper website up and running in the New Year. They also had a load of Haversack too, which was pretty cool. www.tattt.co.uk
post #1124 of 1411
Does anyone own the wool CPO shirt from this season and can advise on sizing? I take a S in this season's work shirt but had to size up to a M in the Jersey Bedford that Vinneus has posted above. Thanks.
post #1125 of 1411
Anyone shop at Nepethenes? I inquired via email on several items, specifically jackets and the stoles / capes. Was wondering what their price and stock is at the moment.

Where else is still carrying said items ^






The prices are as below:
Aviator Jacket -$624
Truman Jacket -$504 for Corduroy and $552 for other fabrications.
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