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post #466 of 1716
i bet i bought the first one off gary bigstar[1].gif
Edited by crosswound - 8/19/13 at 10:19am
post #467 of 1716
Just recieved a box...

Shawls, Hats, a couple other things. will try to post some imagery soon
post #468 of 1716
Deets on shawls? (please)...
post #469 of 1716
Mohawk have put some shawls and ties up online. There seems to be a huge variation in price depending on the fabric. I'm really keen to handle the Salmon people one now to see if it justifies the price.
post #470 of 1716
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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

Mohawk have put some shawls and ties up online. There seems to be a huge variation in price depending on the fabric. I'm really keen to handle the Salmon people one now to see if it justifies the price.

The "OVER Button Shawl" is actually a completely different piece than the basic "Button Shawl" that's been getting a lot of love on here, and yes, they're considerably more expensive but offer totally different heavier fabrics in addition to being constructed differently.
post #471 of 1716
Got some measurements on the Salmon people peacoats:


Small: Pit to Pit - 191/2 IN
Shoulder to shoulder - 17IN
Length (from bottom of collar): 26.5IN

Medium: Pit to pit - 21 IN
Shoulder to shoulder - 18IN
Length (from bottom of collar): 27.5IN


They seem shorter than I expected-- maybe too short for me. I am told that fit is boxy enough inside to allow for layering.
post #472 of 1716
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Originally Posted by CSCoHammers7 View Post

The "OVER Button Shawl" is actually a completely different piece than the basic "Button Shawl" that's been getting a lot of love on here, and yes, they're considerably more expensive but offer totally different heavier fabrics in addition to being constructed differently.

So one is actually worn (has sleeves, extra material and a chest strap) whereas the other is just a throw over shawl?
Do you know of any other differences construction-wise?
tia.
post #473 of 1716
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Originally Posted by CSCoHammers7 View Post

The "OVER Button Shawl" is actually a completely different piece than the basic "Button Shawl" that's been getting a lot of love on here, and yes, they're considerably more expensive but offer totally different heavier fabrics in addition to being constructed differently.

Thanks for the info Steven. As per Canstyleace, if you have any further information you can share it would be appreciated.
post #474 of 1716
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

So one is actually worn (has sleeves, extra material and a chest strap) whereas the other is just a throw over shawl?
Do you know of any other differences construction-wise?
tia.

I think the Mohawk site did a fantastic job on highlighting the details of the Over Button Shawl; If you really inspect those pics you can see exactly where the inner sleeves are, where the strap is attached, and how they affect the different ways you can wear it. The Button Shawl is basically just the fabric and 6 buttons, so yeah, you pretty much nailed it- though you can still style it a variety of ways and even use it as a scarf if you were so inclined (also shown on Mohawk's site), as the fabrics are generally lighter for it.
post #475 of 1716

^^^Yeah Mohawk's pics are pretty great.

 

Here are some different ways of wearing from basies.jp:

 

Over shawl:

 

 

 

Button Shawl:


post #476 of 1716
well the over button shawl is way out of my price range for what it is ($690, yikes...), do you know if they are releasing the button shawl in the salmon people fabric? Also, is the cinch pant being released in any other colorways than olive reverse sateen?
post #477 of 1716
I think nepenthes already has the Button Shawl in Salmon People right?

I found this, is this is a tribute to the reverseable floral patterns of EG? I wonder if you have to be Japanese to wear it

post #478 of 1716
Thread Starter 
The salmon people shawl on nepenthes's site IS the over button shawl. I doubt they'll release the same fabric in the cheaper button shawl model, but I dunno.

Looking forward to seeing what else is available in the regular button shawl fabricwise, as I agree the overbutton shawl just isn't in my range this year.
post #479 of 1716
Jack Straw got in a shawl with the salmon people fabric, unsure if it was the regular button version or the new version.
post #480 of 1716
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

The salmon people shawl on nepenthes's site IS the over button shawl. I doubt they'll release the same fabric in the cheaper button shawl model, but I dunno.

Looking forward to seeing what else is available in the regular button shawl fabricwise, as I agree the overbutton shawl just isn't in my range this year.
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Red/Navy Heavy Twill Plaid
Grey/Navy Heavy Twill Plaid
Black/Blue Heavy Twill Plaid
Dark Navy/Heather Grey Wide Stripe
Dark Navy/Red Wide Stripe
Black/Blue Wide Stripe
Grey 12oz All Wool Flannel
Red 12oz All Wool Flannel
Dark Navy 12oz All Wool Flannel
Black 12oz All Wool Flannel
Mixed Multicolored Plaid
Grey Wool HB/Windowpane
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