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post #2551 of 3722

I agree 100% @SirMeowly and @eluther. Just to put the official rubber stamp on how hard it is to go full EG, from the man himself...

 

"I think with most fashion brands, you pay a lot of money and then you have this ready-made outfit and it’ll definitely look good because it’s expensive and well made. But with Engineered Garments, I don’t want the clothes to look perfect immediately. I think people should have to put some work into it. I think it should only look really good if the clothes match your taste, and you bring something of yourself to it. I think of Engineered Garments as clothing for people who are really into clothing."

 

Source: http://www.oipolloi.com/blogs/the-blog/18182115-engineered-garments-homemade-in-hells-kitchen

 

That pretty much explains why we have such a small community, which is what I love about posting here.

post #2552 of 3722
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Originally Posted by ramdomthought View Post

a bit less eg than usual for me




eg fw12 olive cotton whipcord beford
universal works wool knit
gitman vintage white oxford
apc new standards
alden indys

honestly one of my favorites from you
post #2553 of 3722
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Originally Posted by blue peter View Post
 

 

 

'15 wool button shawl

patagonia vest

random sweater

'14 wool huntsman pants

alden crepe sole indy boots

*EG x Shenandoah exclusive walking stick ;-)

 

Is that the brown antique herringbone for the pants?

post #2554 of 3722
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Originally Posted by ramdomthought View Post

a bit less eg than usual for me




eg fw12 olive cotton whipcord beford
universal works wool knit
gitman vintage white oxford
apc new standards
alden indys

Looks great - all the pieces work well together, and the sweater is lovely.

Is the whipcord Bedford that close to tan in real life or is that the camera playing tricks?
post #2555 of 3722

 

here's hoping i'm doing the all EG thing well enough ;-)

 

'14 cotton long scarf

'14 coverall jacket

'15 s/s tunic

('14 dobby 19th cbd)

'14 nyco fatigues

chucks

post #2556 of 3722

@Sieglinde

 

they're brown herringbone, ja

post #2557 of 3722
@ManofKent @Drinkwaters thanks for the feedback! I think I wanted the shirt shorter to show off the front pockets of the huntmans pants.

@ramdomthought that sweater really pulls it all together great look
post #2558 of 3722
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

Looks great - all the pieces work well together, and the sweater is lovely.

Is the whipcord Bedford that close to tan in real life or is that the camera playing tricks?

A bit more of a tan than an olive, you can trust the camera on this one as it's pretty balanced lighting and white balanced (relatively) proper

In warmer light, it ends up looking more than. Cooler ends up with more of an olive tone.




Thanks for the feedback guys shog[1].gif
post #2559 of 3722
Lazy Saturday:

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EG14 Bedford
rest EG15 + Redwing
post #2560 of 3722
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

Lazy Saturday:

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EG14 Bedford
rest EG15 + Redwing

 

So good! Do you usually get someone to take your pics for you or do you use a tripod and timer?

post #2561 of 3722
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

Cross-post from WAYWT:



Needles Scarf
EG FW15 Moleskin Bedford
EG SS15 shirt
EG FW13 Reversible pants
Redwing

 

How thick is the moleskin Bedford?

post #2562 of 3722
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How thick is the moleskin Bedford?

Mid weight - much heavier than typical shirting moleskin, but not the really heavyweight stuff you get in winter shooting clothing.
post #2563 of 3722
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So good! Do you usually get someone to take your pics for you or do you use a tripod and timer?

Thanks. Self-timer and wall/fence post.
post #2564 of 3722

What are the main differences between EG's mainline and Workaday? I noticed some items, like the 19th Century BD, are shared across both lines. Is there any difference in fit or quality between the two lines?

post #2565 of 3722

@ManofKent

 

really dig the last one, MoK! 

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