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^ This is true, but will require the loose end of the belt to be cut back as well (too long as it is) and the edges to be burnished to match existing. Could prove all to hard versus acquire correct size and unload existing!

And how about some teaser shots of SS 2015?




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I want more!
post #1263 of 1358
+1.
Where did you find those?
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Thanks for those.

 

Already liking this one alot!

post #1265 of 1358
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+1.
Where did you find those?

Found via Instagram from pure chance. Didn't want to blow up the user, so I avoided linking direct. Don't want to get anyone in trouble! eh.gif
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Found via Instagram from pure chance. Didn't want to blow up the user, so I avoided linking direct. Don't want to get anyone in trouble! eh.gif
Understandable, don't sweat it!
post #1267 of 1358
Exciting!




via http://www.freaksstore.com/news/2014/07/engineered-garments-for-freaks-store-2014-fall-winter.html

Ah just found out theres a FW14 thread that this was already posted on incase others didn't know of yet : http://www.styleforum.net/t/402371/engineered-garments-fw-14/

Sorry bout that.
Edited by catchh - 7/11/14 at 6:56pm
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Could someone PLEASE, PLEASE PLEASE help me find this Short Poncho online? Oipolloi and nepenthesny are sold out. Even if it's on Ebay or a Japanese website (I could get it shipped from there). I would very much appreciate it

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Not sure if Needles stuff is kosher for this thread. Just curious if anybody owns these and can speak to how thin the fabric is?

The close-ups make it look really thin to the point of being see-through (almost)


Thanks.


post #1270 of 1358

^I have the olive version. Very thin and lightweight (esp compared to normal EG fatigue shorts), but not transparent.

 

Two things to note, though--they run pretty big in the waist (with side fasteners unbuttoned, I think the waist on my size L is like 39 inches). And the tag says they're dry clean only, which is sort of a pain for this style of shorts. I might just go ahead and wash mine (I have cotton linen blend shirts I wash), but I haven't yet.

post #1271 of 1358
^Thnaks, Shoreman. That's a big help.

Haven has them in medium on sale for $125 (inc shipping) and they call the waist 44cm (17.3") but I don't know if that's with the side fasteners unbuttoned or not.

These hot New England days and nights make me want to get some, but d/c is a drag. Probably wouldn't wreck them but still.
post #1272 of 1358
I have them also and love them!

I usually stay away from anything dry clean but a lot of stuff says dry clean to protect the manufacturer(what people around here say). I delicately hand washed them and they came out good.

Kind of worried of machine washing them though as they are thin and the edges are frayed.
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Can anyone comment on sizing on the Expedition Jacket? True to size or size down? I'm tempted at sale prices on offer!
post #1274 of 1358
Depends on what you're comparing to... went with a medium as most of my shirts. But took a large for Baker jackets, medium for Bedfords, and medium for Expedition. So I'd say go with the same size you'd take for your shirts and Bedfords.
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