Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2013, plus FWK - Page 26
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There are other photos on Context and Indigo and Cotton of various popovers.
looks alright to me there, I think its a combination of the fabric maybe being to stiff, chest to tight, and length to small and you get that pouchy effect.
It's not that I want it to fit tight, but rather boxy. I have some LVC short sleeves that are cut 1950s boxy style: straight down with a straight hem. I have a WWM camp shirt from a few years back which is cut the same way. No flaring at all. I think I'll pass on the popover and get the Chauncey shirt
We've received our first drop from EG. Everything is limited in quantity and so so awesome
Jersey Shawl Button-up in Navy or Sailor Stripe
Ecru Linen/Cotton Truman Jacket
Iridescent Chambray Scarves
We've got scarves in two breton stripe jersey materials aswell, though I have no photos of them as of now. one of the same you see on the button up knit, and one is similar but with alternating blue & red stripes.
so happy to see this gear in shop; looking forward to our next delivery as well!
I took this over the weekend, it just so happens i had a similar look going that's why i posted the pic from Second Stage's website. Since everyone in this forum is an EG connoisseur. I don't need to detail what pieces im wearing. I also got me a few other pieces and ill post fit pics soon.
Thanks mate. TBH i thought i had it quite pared back compared to how the looks are put together in the lookbook [hard to judge since they're bw pics at the moment but the patterns and prints clash – i think this is Daiki's intention] AND a lot of people have asked me where i got the pants from which i found flattering :) The Ground Jacket in Khaki is a nice piece! I've got a lot of wear from it already.
The fit on the Rounded collar shirts are similar to a work shirt, its a loose, unflattering fit [which i prefer] with good length and without the beer belly issue thats inherent in the popover shirts. Id recommend you go true to size, there's plenty of room.