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Thanks a lot du

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Pulled the trigger on the Bedford Khaki cotton version. Also got a navy reversible vest [paisley one side // large white polka dot the other] Hula Girl 19th BD, and the Truman vest indigo denim. Super excited and will be taking fit pics once i receive it. I also got me some Needles pieces which is a first for me. I got the Floral string pant in brown and a plaid cardigan.

 

Does anyone have experience wearing Needles before. I apologise if i ask a question relative to a different label on this EG thread. The ReBuild pieces look unreal.

 

Thanks in advance...

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^ I have that shirt and it's great. I bought the vertical striped version as well from thebureue since the fit of the tab collar shirt is near perfect for me this season. So much better than last S/S, which was too small.

Yeah, I'm with you. The Tab Collar & Popover are the only EG shirts I generally buy.
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Pulled the trigger on the Bedford Khaki cotton version. Also got a navy reversible vest [paisley one side // large white polka dot the other] Hula Girl 19th BD, and the Truman vest indigo denim. Super excited and will be taking fit pics once i receive it. I also got me some Needles pieces which is a first for me. I got the Floral string pant in brown and a plaid cardigan.

Does anyone have experience wearing Needles before. I apologise if i ask a question relative to a different label on this EG thread. The ReBuild pieces look unreal.

Thanks in advance...

I've handled the rebuild jacket at Nepenthes. It was absolutely excellent except that my style sucks too hard to own a jacket like that.
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I've handled the rebuild jacket at Nepenthes. It was absolutely excellent except that my style sucks too hard to own a jacket like that.

 

Nice! I think anyone can wear it my friend, no one's style sucks, i would bit the bullet and wear it :) Im hesitating bc i got the Field Jacket from EG also in Olive and it would be an impulse i hate to say. But i saw this on the Bureau's webstore and its just phenomenal.

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Knight - fit pic of the field jacket? Without the hood?

Tempted to buy the railroader in Chambray, anyone seen it in person?
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Just an FYI about the Railroader -- my denim one from FW12 flares out at the bottom (seems to be a common trend inEG outerwear pieces).

 

Overall, it's a great piece. I'd get the Navy Twill from SS13, but my wallet is severely lacking.

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My Field , in Navy , better with hood off , £430 rrp is daft , bit of a letdown .

 

 

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Just picked up my second spring jacket from ss13.

 

 

 

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where did you get the patchwork one from? How much? I want that one sooo bad!!!

Also, are those your pics? Did you have to size up on the patchwork one?
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Nice! I think anyone can wear it my friend, no one's style sucks, i would bit the bullet and wear it smile.gif Im hesitating bc i got the Field Jacket from EG also in Olive and it would be an impulse i hate to say. But i saw this on the Bureau's webstore and its just phenomenal.


Word to the wise on the Rebuild pieces--every single one is different, pockets in all sorts of crazy places and shit.

Patchwork Baker is fucking bomb. Guess those pics settle that it is indeed a Baker, not a Bedford.
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Nevermind, found it at End. Price isn't too bad...measurements look ok too. Hmm....only one left in my size....
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where did you get the patchwork one from? How much? I want that one sooo bad!!!

Also, are those your pics? Did you have to size up on the patchwork one?
Yeah,end has it.Actually I think end is the only store carries this jacket in the UK.cant find it anywhere else.
And yes I have to size up.small size would be too short for me!
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Just picked up my second spring jacket from ss13.




Love this.
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Originally Posted by Knight View Post

Pulled the trigger on the Bedford Khaki cotton version. Also got a navy reversible vest [paisley one side // large white polka dot the other] Hula Girl 19th BD, and the Truman vest indigo denim. Super excited and will be taking fit pics once i receive it. I also got me some Needles pieces which is a first for me. I got the Floral string pant in brown and a plaid cardigan.

 

Does anyone have experience wearing Needles before. I apologise if i ask a question relative to a different label on this EG thread. The ReBuild pieces look unreal.

 

Thanks in advance...

 



I think Needles stuff should mix in well with your EG stuff, interested the floral string pants myself, would be interested to see a fit. 

 

I have a shawl collar Rebuild jacket that I got from another SF member a while back and absolutely love it.  All the pockets and wild details are really cool.  Mine seems to fit me perfectly which I was rather surprised about considering its quite an unusual jacket and each piece is unique - maybe I just got lucky!  Its quite voluminous (in the sleeves for example) and so requires pants that have some volume for balance, a lot of my pants are a bit too slim.  I'm guessing EG workaday fatigues would work really well.

 

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The front left side of mine was apparently a trouser liner (to be worn over a uniform) in a former life and has some random instructions like LUBRICATE ZIPPER on the inside smile.gif

 

 


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