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Birkenstock Zurich 

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EG Loiter jacket - Dark navy Pima poplin Size L SS16
Beams+ patchwork madras
Gap STRETCH 1969 selvedge skinny fit jeans
Quoddy Bluchers MTO from Leffot NYC

The Loiter is "loose and flowy" but very light and comfortable. Should have sized down?

Love the Loiter! I'm normally an XL and wondered if I should have sized down to a L for the Loiter. In the end, I think TTS is the way to go. Looks great on you and I like the flowy look. Very comfy in these warmer months.
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Happy Memorial Day weekend for those who get an extra day off... and happy sales weekend to everyone, good luck on your EG finds.  

 

 

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SS 2014 Ripstop Bedford 
SS 2015 Mil Shirt 
SS 2016 Fatigue Shorts 
Birk Bostons  
 
 
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I guess it's summertime

 

EG, Uniqlo, Vans

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This bedford is getting to be one of my favorite pieces, I think.

- FW11 Bedford - khaki cotton corduroy
- FW12 19th Century B.D. - green/red/royal oversized plaid
- ???? USN Pant - olive reverse sateen
- Birks, of course
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Notably, some Hoggs bush pants in the last one, which are pretty neat.
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Love the Loiter! I'm normally an XL and wondered if I should have sized down to a L for the Loiter. In the end, I think TTS is the way to go. Looks great on you and I like the flowy look. Very comfy in these warmer months.

I ordered the polka dot Loiter from The Bureau over the weekend (not arrived yet) and went with my normal size. Will post up a fit pic once I have it.
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This bedford is getting to be one of my favorite pieces, I think.

- FW11 Bedford - khaki cotton corduroy
- FW12 19th Century B.D. - green/red/royal oversized plaid
- ???? USN Pant - olive reverse sateen
- Birks, of course
Other recent things: (Click to show)



Notably, some Hoggs bush pants in the last one, which are pretty neat.

Crushing it man. those USN pants look like a mixture of fabrics. Details on that?
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Thanks - the pants all the one shade of reverse sateen, actually. I took the photo in a mirrored window, which I think explains the line. Damn good fabric, though!
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Loiter arrived today, went with a size L, same as I do with almost all EG and fit is fine, definitely wouldn't have gotten away with a size down. Sleeves are still relatively fitted but looser on the shoulders and body.





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^ Perfect fit. You can layer underneath when fall/winter comes around.

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Loiter arrived today, went with a size L, same as I do with almost all EG and fit is fine, definitely wouldn't have gotten away with a size down. Sleeves are still relatively fitted but looser on the shoulders and body.





 

Looks perfect to me. What is the pants?

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Yeah, very happy with the fit. @Aiur they're Needles rebuild fatigues from a few years ago, not quite as busy as the more recent ones and without the zip or elastic on the hems.
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Very cool EG shirt that was on eBay briefly early today (anyone know which season?):

 

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I've got that one! Used to remember which season, I think it's SS09 or SS10? Still fun to wear.
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SS16 Bedford jacket SIze L in olive ripstop
Uniqlo OCBD
Gap skinny rip and repair jeans
Quoddy Peanut Grizzly Maliseet Oxfords

The Bedford in L fits more TTS than my L loiter jacket. Needed to have the sleeves shortened again. Love both jackets!
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