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post #166 of 1322
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

foulard suit confirmed icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

good on you, better see some pictures!
post #167 of 1322
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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

foulard print is super awesome.  can't decide if i want the cinch full length pants, or the cropped trousers.  Will probably pass on the jacket though.  Can't see myself doing a whole foulard print suit.. 
I'm iffy on the full suit look too, but just looking at this pic makes me want to try it out,


otherwise at least I know they'll work great as separates, andover looks soo good here,


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Originally Posted by US Grant View Post

good on you, better see some pictures!

well, confirmed that it exists, was pending confirmation on the cinch pant, now have to track down my size foo.gif
post #168 of 1322
Independence has first shipment - including some shirting, gurkha shorts, and baker jackets
http://independence-chicago.com/brands/engineered-garments/
post #169 of 1322
Have the fatigues got a heavily reduced leg length measurement compared to all previous versions? Indigo & Cotton saying a S comes in at 29.5" inseam. They look short on the model too although he is 6'2".
post #170 of 1322
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Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post

Have the fatigues got a heavily reduced leg length measurement compared to all previous versions? Indigo & Cotton saying a S comes in at 29.5" inseam. They look short on the model too although he is 6'2".

Sounds like just slightly if any though, earliest I've had is fw08 in size 28, which would equate to xs, and it had about a 30" inseam, same with the rest I've had, and iirc next size up (30) had the same inseam length, so if you consider .5" a heavily reduced leg length, then yeah
post #171 of 1322
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Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post

Have the fatigues got a heavily reduced leg length measurement compared to all previous versions? Indigo & Cotton saying a S comes in at 29.5" inseam. They look short on the model too although he is 6'2".

Oh great, thanks for letting me know these exist. Ordered a pair of the Khaki in xs!

post #172 of 1322
My size Small from SS13 are 31.5" inseam, so I'd say a 2" difference is pretty considerable. It's not often that you get a standard inseam less than 30".
post #173 of 1322
^ thats weird, then again I've only had fw fatigues (28/XS) and all had around 30" inseam, so maybe its a seasonal thing?
post #174 of 1322
We just received our first shipment of EG SS14.



Pictures to come.

http://workingtitleshop.com/engineered-garments-ss14

Highlight for me. Navy short parka and tropical andover! Both killer pieces.
post #175 of 1322

^Great store you have. Great selection!

post #176 of 1322
Anyone know what Bedfords will be available? Easily my favorite of the sport coats.
post #177 of 1322
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Originally Posted by Shingles View Post

Anyone know what Bedfords will be available? Easily my favorite of the sport coats.


The ones i know of are Navy cotton riptop, olive cotton ripstop, navy tiki printed cotton jacquard (I believe Gary is selling that one -- my favourite of the bunch), there's also a charcoal and black plaid one which looks amazing, and a navy green floral printed canvas, might be a orange and brown floral printed canvas as well... Below are pics of the latter 3. There's bound to be more versions of the Bedford available...

 


Edited by Knight - 2/5/14 at 11:41pm
post #178 of 1322
Long shirts popup anywhere yet?
post #179 of 1322

I'm looking at the Fatigue Pants on Indigo & Cotton now.

 

I may have to snag a pair. Damn.

post #180 of 1322

hey if anyone knows where else the cropped foulard pants are available besides that japanese site (which seems like it's preorder only), please let me know! thanks! 

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