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@ManofKent  Thanks for the offer, I'll have to politely decline, as I am currently speaking with Luxire about doing a loose navy corduroy with fatigue pockets.  I'm going to go off of my sugarcane measurements to give an idea of how they will fit.  Coincidentally those measurements match the Workaday fatigues from this season almost exactly.

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@ManofKent
  Thanks for the offer, I'll have to politely decline, as I am currently speaking with Luxire about doing a loose navy corduroy with fatigue pockets.  I'm going to go off of my sugarcane measurements to give an idea of how they will fit.  Coincidentally those measurements match the Workaday fatigues from this season almost exactly.

I've not tried Luxire, but have heard good things. Fatigue cords should be a versatile piece.
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'15 lafayette vest

'14 19cbd

'08 samurais

alden crepe sole bluchers

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'14 wool button shawl

'15 wool bedford


Edited by blue peter - 11/14/15 at 5:15pm
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Hope everyone is having a good weekend    

Shawl in action while running some errands:  

 

 

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Jomers 

EG Herringbone Shawl 
Jungmaven  
LVC  
JP x Hancock
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Every time I wear the EG Field Parka, I feel really glad I got it:

 

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Hope everyone is having a good weekend    

Shawl in action while running some errands:  

 

 

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Jomers 

EG Herringbone Shawl 
Jungmaven  
LVC  
JP x Hancock
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I love this and this is exactly how I would ear and layer it. And love the jeans. What model are they? I still have not managed to buy me a beaten up, loose fit/ tapper pair goddamit ...

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I love this and this is exactly how I would ear and layer it. And love the jeans. What model are they? I still have not managed to buy me a beaten up, loose fit/ tapper pair goddamit ...

Thank you. These are a pair of 1967 505s in "Peanut Duck" (http://levisvintageclothing.com/product/1967-505-jeans/) - I did have these tapered oh so slightly. Do recommend. (Edit: I think they are calling the wash "Jack Fish" this season)

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Hope everyone is having a good weekend    
Shawl in action while running some errands:  





Jacket looks great too!
Edited by patrick_b - 11/17/15 at 1:05pm
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I love this and this is exactly how I would ear and layer it. And love the jeans. What model are they? I still have not managed to buy me a beaten up, loose fit/ tapper pair goddamit ...

Have you looked into the EG type 6 ? Pretty much what you're after loose / taper fit.
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^ Yeah, not a fan of the type 6 cut. Whenever I try them on, they are too tight for my liking, especially in the thigh measurements: I am looking for ~12.5" thigh at least. I much prefer the orSlow regular fit/ 105 cut as I also like the 2-year wash (Would need some taper though) but still holding out for something that really gets my attention ... 

 

The type of look I am going for below ...

 

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Ol 70s wash
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I love this and this is exactly how I would ear and layer it. And love the jeans. What model are they? I still have not managed to buy me a beaten up, loose fit/ tapper pair goddamit ...

 

mbaum, do you live in LA? for some reason I think you do...anyway, if that's the case, check out self edge - the staff there will be able to set you up with whatever you want denim-wise.

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I know this probably won't apply to many folks, but I was just at the Golden Bear Factory Outlet in SF this afternoon and they had two of these EG X Golden Bear leather jackets in size 42 for $350. Think these were from FW/10

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Does anyone own the over parka ? Looking at one from aw14 and wondering if i need to go down 1 size as i did with the highland parka.
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^ I own an over parka from aw/14 and I went true to size. The fit was perfect. There's a zip at the back that goes up quite high to loosen things up more and make it easier to take off.
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