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post #1531 of 1715
anybody out there have the salmon vest? and would you care to either push me over the edge or save me from regret? tia
post #1532 of 1715

Yeah, looked at it last night at Gentry's site and price says good deal. But then I thought that I will look at it in a year and go "What was I thinking?" Unsure if it will stand the test of (short) time.

 

Edit: Looked at it again and it is striking in some way. So on the fence also. Measurements indicate that they are cut slimmer.

 

Mike

post #1533 of 1715
Nepenthes at 50% seems pretty picked over.

Edit: not all, but some? Shirting and Knits definitely 50% off. Outwear is questionable- depends on piece I think.
post #1534 of 1715
colors work for my wardrobe and I like the print, although I wonder if native has run its course?
mainly wanted to know if its too thick to wear as mid layer and/or too warm for socal weather, I saw the peacoat at mac but didn't really go over it as I usually avoid anything db
post #1535 of 1715
saw it at nepenthes monday, the pattern is not great in that color, better (still not great) in the blue.
post #1536 of 1715

Can anybody comment on the wool flannel shirt? http://indigoandcotton.com/engineered-garments-classic-shirt-dark-navy-all-wool-flannel/

How's the fit/construction/does it run big? Pics maybe? Thanks!

post #1537 of 1715
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Can anybody comment on the wool flannel shirt? http://indigoandcotton.com/engineered-garments-classic-shirt-dark-navy-all-wool-flannel/

How's the fit/construction/does it run big? Pics maybe? Thanks!

There was a long discussion about this earlier in the thread w/r/t the CPO; general consensus seemed to be that it is a great midlayer and a looser fit.

post #1538 of 1715
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saw it at nepenthes monday, the pattern is not great in that color, better (still not great) in the blue.

yeah blue is the one im looking at, hate red in general, I recall the knit being a bit loose and some white thread shows through the pattern, no? was wondering if the looseness would make it more breathable and not as warm but prob not enough for decent usage down here
post #1539 of 1715
well there were a lot of pieces in that pattern left and not a lot of anything else if that tells you anything
post #1540 of 1715
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

well there were a lot of pieces in that pattern left and not a lot of anything else if that tells you anything

 

Good point. Tempting to jump at all the left overs at AW sale, forcing myself to resist. Better to push the money into another classic car: More fun, better return. And Spring/ Summer is coming.

 

Mike 

post #1541 of 1715
Hate deciding on ordering a final sale EG piece, never know with sizing!
post #1542 of 1715
Generally not a big fan of red either but I love how well "Sosuu" made it look in this outfit here.

post #1543 of 1715
I've loved that salmon people print since I first saw it and it sounds like I'm the only one who thinks the red is a lot nicer than the indigo. Would've paid full price for it but I seen it in Garbstore and didn't think it was worth £800. I've been thinking about it all season, even though everyone around me says it's horrible but I just ordered the peacoat as I felt the price was now acceptable. If the rest of my outfit is quite quiet it should work okay (i'm thinking the navy E-1 pants from last year).
post #1544 of 1715
Does anyone have any insight into how FWK sells generally? As much as I love owning and wearing EG I actually think FWK is and has always been stronger than his menswear. Despite this, I feel like FWK doesn't get mentioned much and I rarely see it in pictures outside of the lookbook.
post #1545 of 1715
I agree with you that the salmon design is a lot nicer in red.
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