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post #16 of 2275
the outfit with Norfolk jacket and army pants looks fantastic!
post #17 of 2275
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Originally Posted by timpoblete
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All really great looks. I need to get some more EG stuff.
post #18 of 2275
i like that fishing shirt jacket piece more than i thought i would nice looks timpoblete
post #19 of 2275
timpoblete - the fishing jacket and work shirt are fantastic, good stuff.
post #20 of 2275
Thanks for all the compliments guys!
post #21 of 2275
the newton shirt and engineer jacket looks amazing as well, i need one of them
post #22 of 2275
Cross-posted from WAYWT

Newton Shirt (green and gold)
Painters Pants (2006 I think)
post #23 of 2275
^^ Don't know about the fit on those pants...

I'm sure construction/quality are great, but they look a wee bit off...
post #24 of 2275
Yeah, just noticed that they seem to taper a little bit. Not good, but the material's pretty nice, a nice shade of olive, and all the inside seams have red lining.
post #25 of 2275
+1, You could probably have the inseams altered to a slimmer thigh and straighten the legs. I've done this to a few pairs of pants now - it's pretty easy.
post #26 of 2275
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Originally Posted by j
+1, You could probably have the inseams altered to a slimmer thigh and straighten the legs. I've done this to a few pairs of pants now - it's pretty easy.
How much did you pay to get that done? It seems to be a major procedure, and so I'm thinking a little on the high side.
post #27 of 2275
I did it myself. I've heard of people having it done for about $15-25 I think - you could call an alterations place. Basically you just sew a long, mostly straight seam on the inseam a little further in, rip the old one out, and press it. You don't usually need to cut off the excess, but even that isn't much work. Sometimes it requires redoing the hem, if you go down that far. It's really not very involved.
post #28 of 2275

F/W 06 Workshirt
post #29 of 2275
western shirt and eg X sf belt
post #30 of 2275
How much again was that styleforum belt?
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