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Homespun Andover Jacket

Knit Back Vest

Homespun Cinch Pant

Yuketen

 

Any ideas on what colour/pattern tie to go with this? and any other shoes that would suit the cut of the pant? 

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Homespun Andover Jacket

Knit Back Vest

Homespun Cinch Pant

Yuketen

 

Any ideas on what colour/pattern tie to go with this? and any other shoes that would suit the cut of the pant? 

Black knit tie and some Viberg derbies?

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Black knit tie and some Viberg derbies?


Thanks man, i was looking at Viberg but not seen the derbies much, will take a look. Do you recommend any brands for a tie?

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Thanks man, i was looking at Viberg but not seen the derbies much, will take a look. Do you recommend any brands for a tie?

Sure, np. I really am no expert on ties by any means, especially knit ties. I just think it would go well with what you're wearing there. I know Aboagye makes knit ties that look pretty good, imo, but there might be better out there.

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@Toby Price - depends on the vibe you are going for, but grey suit with a white shirt will pretty much go with anything.  Given the homespun fabric, maybe something with a more "country" (rather than city) vibe should work. Wool, cashmere, knits, something fuzzy. Black, blue, dark green would all work if you are staying more conservative.

 

Looking good!

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Work fit - various seasons, all EG and Loake Kempton:

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Thanks for the links mate, really like that second tie!
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Thanks for the links mate, really like that second tie!

I've got a couple and they hold their shape well after multiple re-tyings - something some knits struggle with.
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Hello,

 

Previously posted something related to this on the EG S/S 2016 topic, but found that here would probably be much more appropriate. Due to my OCD like nature, I purchased two Engineered Garment Olive Ripstop Bedford Jackets in two different sizes (XS and Small), and was wondering if I could get opinions on which is the "better" fit to keep? Some of you had given me excellent advice on the fit of the Small being good on the EG 'S/S16 board, but I was compelled to order and try out an XS as well just so I could have a peace of mind. Otherwise, it would have bothered me not knowing definitively for sure. This is my first Engineered Garments piece, so I want to make sure I get it right. Put on a random outfit, the first two pics are size XS unbuttoned and buttoned, and the last two are size Small unbuttoned and buttoned.

 

That being said, also just want to say that Drinkwaters has provided great patience and understanding with topnotch service through out my tediousness!

 

 

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I think small looks better, personally.

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Small looks better, especially because it'll allow some layering and/or you start bulking.

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I would also say small looks better

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Small seems to be the generous consensus off the bat. Thanks guys! Will most likely be keeping the Small!

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