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post #1336 of 1411

No shawls to be found anywhere online.

 

Here's to hoping there are some this upcoming FW13.

post #1337 of 1411
Second that ^
No button shawls left in NA or EU and really lusting over the homespun or glen plaid.
post #1338 of 1411
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

Second that ^
No button shawls left in NA or EU and really lusting over the homespun or glen plaid.

Not in the industry, but I can tell that EG sells fairly well at full retail and incredibly well at 20-40% off. I wanted a bucket hat and while Nepenthes has a million different kinds that no one else carried, they've been long gone for a while.
post #1339 of 1411
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Originally Posted by JilSlander View Post

No shawls to be found anywhere online.

Here's to hoping there are some this upcoming FW13.
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

Second that ^
No button shawls left in NA or EU and really lusting over the homespun or glen plaid.
Such a bummer. Oh well. Thanks guys.
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Originally Posted by prurient View Post

Not in the industry, but I can tell that EG sells fairly well at full retail and incredibly well at 20-40% off. I wanted a bucket hat and while Nepenthes has a million different kinds that no one else carried, they've been long gone for a while.
I have to agree. I luckily snatched up one of the blanket stripe ones during context's post christmas sale. Keep your eyes on ebay. I've seen a couple pop up on there in the past month.
post #1340 of 1411
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Originally Posted by El QUaG View Post

22 inches measured 1inch down from pit to pit.

Let me know if you need any additional measurements.
The higher front pocket, which is deeper has a reversible zipper that allows the jacket to be packable. Same pocket has the EG label on the inside.

So the entire jacket can be tucked into this single pocket and zipped up! Tried it myself, and there was space left over as well. You do however end up with the EG tags, washing instructions etc left visible on the outside of the pouch.

Holy shit! My mind is blown.
post #1341 of 1411

Sorry if this has been asked already, but how do the work shirts fit? 

post #1342 of 1411
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Originally Posted by johnny1202 View Post

Sorry if this has been asked already, but how do the work shirts fit? 

See measurements here:

 

http://www.contextclothing.com/item.php?id=3308

post #1343 of 1411
Sorry about the multi-post!!!
post #1344 of 1411
Sorry about the multi-post!!!
post #1345 of 1411
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Originally Posted by workhorseblues View Post

Does anyone know what the sizing is like on the FW12 Dayton? Is it TTS or a little small like the other shirt?
In my experience the last two season's work shirts fit on the small side

Dayton for fall 2012 runs big. I have to cuff the sleeves on my large and its a little billowy in the body, moreso than their shirting. Looks better baggier, still recommend tts unless you are in between sizes
post #1346 of 1411
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Originally Posted by Fycus View Post

Dayton for fall 2012 runs big. I have to cuff the sleeves on my large and its a little billowy in the body, moreso than their shirting. Looks better baggier, still recommend tts unless you are in between sizes

Thanks for that!
post #1347 of 1411
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Originally Posted by JilSlander View Post

See measurements here:

 

http://www.contextclothing.com/item.php?id=3308

Thanks for that. Seems like these shirts aren't very flattering for short people haha (only 5"4)

post #1348 of 1411
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Originally Posted by El QUaG View Post

The higher front pocket, which is deeper has a reversible zipper that allows the jacket to be packable. Same pocket has the EG label on the inside.

So the entire jacket can be tucked into this single pocket and zipped up! Tried it myself, and there was space left over as well. You do however end up with the EG tags, washing instructions etc left visible on the outside of the pouch.

Holy shit! My mind is blown.





post #1349 of 1411
^ Damn I want that windbreaker now. E-mailed French Garment Cleaners 3 days ago, still now answer :|
Btw thanks for the measurements and images El QUaG.
post #1350 of 1411
hello guys, hope i'm not posting in the wrong place here - if so tell me and i'll remove.

so, i'm 5'7 and 145 pounds. i wear a size 38 OTR jacket in a uniqlo blazer and most other brands. anyways, i bought the attached jacket last winter (or maybe the one before) from dover street market in London. its been sitting in my closet and hasnt been worn more than once as its too big, espically in the body and arms.

so - would you guys recommend i purchase a small, or extra small in the future?? sizing advice would be much appreciated.

also, i'll post the jacket i have. if anyone has a small or extra small they want to trade i would be up for that!

here are the details on mine:
- purchase last winter or winter before
- kept in closet on proper sized hanger (kirbys hanger project 15.5)
- closet also houses bespoke clothes and is well maintained (dusted and shaken out weekly).
- worn once outdoors
- herringbone grey
- gorgeous jacket really. i have bespoke casual jackets made up, but to my eye the EG jackets look stunning with denim whereas bespoke blazers look too "neat".

PICS of jacket (can take pics if anyone wants to trade)




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