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post #3286 of 3735

I'm wondering if anyone here has some info on this. I just bought a pair of mainline EG fatigue pants (which I love), but I'm confused on which ones.

 

Some fatigues I see come with side tabs on the waist for cinching, with buttons. Some also come with numbers waist sizes (like 32,34,36 etc), but mine has a drawstring waist with no cinch, and they are a size medium. They still have the hidden zipper pocket on the front left. Any info on this? I always thought they would be too slim, but mine have a around a 13" thigh on a size medium, with about a 7.75" opening. I want to know so that I can order more for FW16 if something juicy comes up.

post #3287 of 3735
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Originally Posted by Nakedsnake View Post
 

I'm wondering if anyone here has some info on this. I just bought a pair of mainline EG fatigue pants (which I love), but I'm confused on which ones.

 

Some fatigues I see come with side tabs on the waist for cinching, with buttons. Some also come with numbers waist sizes (like 32,34,36 etc), but mine has a drawstring waist with no cinch, and they are a size medium. They still have the hidden zipper pocket on the front left. Any info on this? I always thought they would be too slim, but mine have a around a 13" thigh on a size medium, with about a 7.75" opening. I want to know so that I can order more for FW16 if something juicy comes up.

It varies from season to season. This season, they have a drawstring waist and S/M/L sizing. Last season, they had cinch tabs and numbered sizing.

post #3288 of 3735
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Originally Posted by falgfalg View Post

Yo dudes, decided to pick up the navy reversible jacquard geo bucket hat but i didn't realize it was quite so....tall?

[IMG] Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


keep or nah?

 

post #3289 of 3735

@tobiasfunke Thanks, that clears things up.

post #3290 of 3735

 

ss15 lafayette vest

fw15 banded collar long shirt

ss15 cinch pants

birks

awkward pose

post #3291 of 3735
Super cool but needs baggier pants!
post #3292 of 3735
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Originally Posted by about11oclock View Post

Super cool but needs baggier pants!

 

 

yeah, i oscillate between baggier/skinnier pants - sometimes i think i need a skinnier bottom silhouette to balance the baggy top...

post #3293 of 3735

Great fit, baggy pants would make it perfect !

post #3294 of 3735
@blue peterI like the contrast, especially with the thick-toed birks, but baggy pants would work as well.

Debating the purchase of a long shirt, I like the idea but just not sure if I'd get enough wear of it.
post #3295 of 3735
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

@blue peterI like the contrast, especially with the thick-toed birks, but baggy pants would work as well.

Debating the purchase of a long shirt, I like the idea but just not sure if I'd get enough wear of it.

 

thanks dockers, I really love the long shirt - thinking of picking up this season's chambray and/or the kalamkari print version on grailed right now...great layering piece! 

post #3296 of 3735
I like the long shirt concept and have tried them on several times. But have come to the conclusion that they are too long on me and I don't want to bother shortening the hem an inch or 2. Most of the fit models on various websites are like 6'2 and the shirts seem to hit them right. But if you are avg height, not so much. Just my view
post #3297 of 3735
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Originally Posted by blue peter View Post
 

 

thanks dockers, I really love the long shirt - thinking of picking up this season's chambray and/or the kalamkari print version on grailed right now...great layering piece! 

 

I saw a photo on grailed of someone wearing the kalamkari at the recent paris fashion week street style.

 

 

I thought the fit with the slimmer cinch pants looks good. The banded collar looks good with slimmer or baggier pants in my opinion.

 

 

slimmer (Click to show) baggier (Click to show)
post #3298 of 3735

Baggy all the way IMO. Thanks @blue peter for making me add yet another EG shirt to my wishlist.

post #3299 of 3735
I'm 5'8 and I think the long shirt in S is a great length for me to be honest.
post #3300 of 3735
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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

I'm 5'8 and I think the long shirt in S is a great length for me to be honest.

 

I agree. The model I posted above wearing the baggier fit is 5'8 and I think it looks perfect.

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