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Nothing works better than Daiki-era WWM and Engineered Garments.

@Gary - I need that chambray Engineer jacket... I may hit you up.
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Originally Posted by about11oclock View Post

Have you handled it or just looked at pics on the internet? Driver's Jacket is fucking great in real life, and GT's first simple fit looks good. If all the people in this thread tried to dress like japanese lookbook models wearing EG they would look fucking ridiculous.

Comment wasn't aimed at the driver jacket, it was aimed at the whole outfit in particular the boots & shorts, which is ok if your a construction worker in the summer. As regards the driver jacket I havn't handled it no, but I now know what that funny front pocket at the weird angle is for, great for catching puke when you realise you've just paid a fortune for a poor jacket.
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Older Upland Vest and Saint James stripes. Also a white Workshirt (with a clear bottom button) from Gary from awhile back.
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Originally Posted by Edd View Post


Comment wasn't aimed at the driver jacket, it was aimed at the whole outfit in particular the boots & shorts, which is ok if your a construction worker in the summer. As regards the driver jacket I havn't handled it no, but I now know what that funny front pocket at the weird angle is for, great for catching puke when you realise you've just paid a fortune for a poor jacket.

 

Man, as much as we're all entitled to our own opinions on this stuff, I feel like critiquing the pocket placement on any daiki designed garment is a very slippery slope. 

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Originally Posted by the year 1492 View Post

Man, as much as we're all entitled to our own opinions on this stuff, I feel like critiquing the pocket placement on any daiki designed garment is a very slippery slope. 

I've been wearing Eg for over 10 years, spent a lot of money over the years & if i think an item is poor i'll voice my opinion. Daiki's a good designer but I don't regard anything he has done as groundbreaking. As for the driver jacket it's got 3 pockets (one at front, 2 rear) that IMO do nothing for the jacket other than add a few $'s onto the retail price.
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I'm selling my pair of Cambridge Shorts Navy Anchor Print, size 30. New with tags. Never used, as summer hasn't hit Scandinavia yet.
They're too small for me and I sized up to 32.
$195 or best offer + shipping. Send me a PM. Thanks.


Edited by Shingles - 5/8/13 at 12:44pm
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Anyone else starting to jones for a preview of whats to come for Fall? Copped basically everything I wanted SS at full retail, might get one or two more things if sales are decent...
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Just got my Navy Cotton Bedford........I think this may be my favorite piece ever guys. So versatile and looks cool no matter how you wear it.
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If anyone knows of any U.S. Or Japanese retailers that are selling those blue/green/white floral cropped pants, let me know!


Nevermind, found a place; going to be priority kop.
Edited by fishbones - 5/11/13 at 12:22pm
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Could you please let me know where I can get the trousers? ( Floral cropped pants)
Thank you!!!smile.gif
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Could you please let me know where I can get the trousers? ( Floral cropped pants)
Thank you!!!smile.gif
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Could you please let me know where I can get the trousers? ( Floral cropped pants)
Thank you!!!smile.gif
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Good choice! I got the Khaki cotton pique Bedford from Drinkwaters and love it!!!

 

I received the Paisely Ghurka shorts and the navy broken twill fatigue shorts [Ghurka's were a customer order]. Both are simply stunning! If you're after a printed short without the rampant vibrance of bright colours this season, i highly recommend the ghurkas in paisely - i kinda wished they made a ghurka pant in this same fabric and print TBH.

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