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post #3271 of 3599
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Originally Posted by blue peter View Post
 

 

not a huge fan of the more out there prints this season, either...i anticipate f/w will more than make up for this, though...can't wait! 

 

bry, have you tried fitting in an interliner into your look - the navy s/s version might be a decent pickup if you're wanting something more interesting.  i grabbed a f/w 15 one a few months ago and got to wear it just a couple of times before the heat arrived...i really love it - another reason i'm highly anticipating cooler weather! 

 

also, on grailed, right now, there's a s/s 15 (i believe) long shirt in kalamkari print - a very interesting but subdued design in a more non-american trad piece.  if you're a M i'd consider picking it up!  i grabbed the cotton scarf in the same print off Grailed a few weeks ago and am very tempted by the shirt...

 

 

That's interesting. I just sold that exact same scarf to someone a few weeks ago.

post #3272 of 3599

haha, that was probably me, man!  cheers!  too hot to wear it now, but looking forward to the fall.

post #3273 of 3599
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

Well, it depends on your age. If you are in your 20s, ok. But older, I could not pull it off without looking idiotic.

I remain unimpressed with this season. So far, have only bought 2 t-shirts on sale. I may get involved at deeper discounts.

I'm 30 now but I used to be way more conservative in my tastes in my 20s. The older I get the more I appreciate the out there pieces (both for EG and fashion in general)
post #3274 of 3599
Happyriverz, I hear ya and I agree. I go to EG these days for the crazy prints. I was really referring to the dolphin print in this instance.
post #3275 of 3599
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Originally Posted by happyriverz View Post
 

So is the dolphin print blazer basically sold out everywhere now?

 

MAC in SF still has the blazer and pants in M and L as of today. They don't have an online store though, they only do phone orders. Both pieces are 50% off.

 

post #3276 of 3599
Lol. The full suit really is too much man
post #3277 of 3599

Yeah it's a bit much, but I couldn't not try it on.

post #3278 of 3599
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Originally Posted by ThaiToast View Post

MAC in SF still has the blazer and pants in M and L as of today. They don't have an online store though, they only do phone orders. Both pieces are 50% off.



awesome
post #3279 of 3599
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Originally Posted by ThaiToast View Post
 

 

MAC in SF still has the blazer and pants in M and L as of today. They don't have an online store though, they only do phone orders. Both pieces are 50% off.

 


Epic!

post #3280 of 3599
That is so rad! I love it! Fits you spot on too.
post #3281 of 3599
Gravity Pope just recently added the dolphin print ghurka shorts to their sale at $195 CDN. Picked up the medium, but I think they have small and large left.
post #3282 of 3599
Yo dudes, decided to pick up the navy reversible jacquard geo bucket hat but i didn't realize it was quite so....tall?

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keep or nah?
post #3283 of 3599
I think it looks good man.
post #3284 of 3599

Anybody have sizing advice for the chester coat this season? 5'10 170-175 40-41 chest usually a 50, L?  M even cuz lengths/body width?  Measurements are different from different websites, but usually prefer no less than a 22.5" chest (~23 is ideal) but of course this depends on the type of garment.  Thanks guys.

post #3285 of 3599
I would advise the Medium on the Chester.
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