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post #571 of 1127
Not finding anything from this season I want :/ which is a first.
That needles stuff looks cool tho.
post #572 of 1127
I think all the screen printed hawaiian gear is hypebeasty and meh.
post #573 of 1127

Hey Guys,

 

Independence just recieved the second shipment of S/S '13 Engineered Garments.

 

We have the folllowing...

 

19th Century Shirt - Plaid Madras

Work Shirt - Plaid Madras

Bedford Jacket - Navy Cotton Pique

Bedford Jacket - Khaki Nylon Taslan

 

Give us a call at 312.675.2105 or email us at info@independence-chicago.com if you have any questions or would like to pick up any of the pieces!

 

 

 

post #574 of 1127
I went by a local store and EG stockist here in Victoria called Outlooks today, after they received their SS'13 EG stock yesterday. Off the top of my head, they had the dark navy cotton pique Bedford, a navy jersey Baker, a tab collar floral shirt, the hula girl shirts in both colourways, some graphic tees with both polkadots and diamonds screen printed on them, the navy striped shawl collar cardigan, and a couple other shirts that escape my memory. I picked up the navy Bedford in cotton pique, which I was really hoping they would have. For that piece, the fabric is nice and light, and the fit is spot on.
post #575 of 1127
doo-bop (japan) has a couple work shirt exclusives for ss13, including this blue/red gingham that i copped last night. i love how this two color gingham micro pattern looks purple from a distance, but you can see the blue/red detail up close.

http://www.doo-bop.com/shopping/products/shosai.php?itemcd=4-199&b=10





shipping to the US is 2200yen (~ $23) and you can pay using paypal. the online ordering assumes you live in japan, but just fill in some BS fields for the japanese address and put your shipping address in the comments. they will also confirm your shipping address by email/paypal.

i've ordered from these guys before and they're easy to work with and very helpful. it's gonna be a summer of EG as i'm adding this shirt to the pink madras workshirt and anchor shorts i got from context. biggrin.gif
post #576 of 1127
interesting...I was wonder how one goes about ordering from them. Had considered enlisting the help of a work friend who's in Japan but this would be easier. Little expensive for a workshirt after shipping and everything...but I love their two exclusives, especially that gingam. Hmm....so tempting but probably shouldn't spend any more money right now.

Congrats on a great shirt that will be super rare here in the states.
post #577 of 1127
pic of my SS11 floral ground jacket


Edited by FlyingLotus - 3/10/13 at 4:37pm
post #578 of 1127
I didn't know where to post but here is my fall go-to fit with EG:

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FW12 padded vest
FW11 wool bedford (serge)
Gitman
Dockers
Caminando

Also, those looking for fatigue pants, look no further than Outlier. The nyco slims in olive drab are perfect. If you go tts, they fit pretty darn straight, not slim at all and the fabric is awesome. Same military fabric that you would see on m65's and fatigue shirts. I think they are a great alternative for those looking for a slimmer fit than the workaday fatigues, without the lightweight fabric of the reverse high count pants they put out this season.

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Anyone pick up the khaki cotton piqué bedford? 

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Anyone tried on this seasons mainline fatigue pants yet? Measurements tell me they might be on the large side on the waist, thinking of sizing down but afraid they might end up too short.. I've always worn size M/32 for all other EG pants: USN, painter, desert pant and they all fit me well. Fatigues have the waist strap/belt thing though and the side waist adjusters too, so a 32 might work anyway.. Any thoughts? Buy regular my size or size down to a S?
post #581 of 1127
My best guess for you is to get the small (don't know how tall you are). I got the small - I'm 6'2" and for a summer pant the length is fine in my opinion. The waist with the adjusters open is slightly larger than the USN size 32.
post #582 of 1127
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Originally Posted by johnny1202 View Post

Anyone pick up the khaki cotton piqué bedford? 

We did and they're great!
post #583 of 1127
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We did and they're great!

 

Could you post a picture of it by any chance? Some pictures I've seen of it, it looks shiny and a lighter shade of khaki, while in others it appears to be a darker colored khaki.

post #584 of 1127
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Originally Posted by atlr View Post

Anyone tried on this seasons mainline fatigue pants yet? Measurements tell me they might be on the large side on the waist, thinking of sizing down but afraid they might end up too short.. I've always worn size M/32 for all other EG pants: USN, painter, desert pant and they all fit me well. Fatigues have the waist strap/belt thing though and the side waist adjusters too, so a 32 might work anyway.. Any thoughts? Buy regular my size or size down to a S?

I just bought a pair in medium, they are lightweight 100% cotton which suprised me as they look like they have some nylon in them. Size wise I got them as 88cm across with tabs unfastened which I shade over 34 waist. I'd say tabs closed is around 32. Think you could wear S or M if you are a 32 waist.
post #585 of 1127

My Tri-Colour Popover will be delivered by Gary soon.

 

I'm digging the Rail Roader Chambray Jacket, pricey though. Still considering.

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