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post #241 of 1309
looking through aw14 now. absolutely incredible! the cord parka and the heathered grey/brown bedford will be mine. i'm really glad daiki is embracing these crazy prints/fabrics.
post #242 of 1309
I say god damn so much good shit in that LB, cant wait

also now debating black batik vs navy foulard
Edited by canstyleace - 2/19/14 at 11:22am
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Macklemore? (in 20 years)
post #244 of 1309
loving the colours!
post #245 of 1309
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

I say god damn so much good shit in that LB, cant wait

also now debating black batik vs navy foulard

 

You are in LA, right? Check both out in person at Mohawk. I think black batik is the way to go. Not too keen on the slightly lighter blue in the Foulard Andover. But honestly, both pieces are pretty cool.

 

Mike

post #246 of 1309
thanks but im not in LA and mohawk dont carry xs foo.gif
I'll eventually drive up just to check the fabrics irl though
post #247 of 1309

quoting for a new page, superb!
post #248 of 1309
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I acquired Mil Shorts in Olive Pima Cotton. I thought the colour was muted at first but it has grown on me.

Don't size down on the Mil shorts, yeah? They looked so much like the fatigues I figured it was the same pattern.

True to size in my experience.

Mil shorts are completely different cut and shape from the Fatigue shorts, they are longer in length and more tapered and fitted.
Edited by El QUaG - 2/19/14 at 5:58pm
post #249 of 1309
my girl in her FWK dress skirt.
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Damn aw14 is incredible. It could be my favorite fw EG season since fw09.  Wow, such a great use of patterns. This knit looks amazing:

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Damn aw14 is incredible. It could be my favorite fw EG season since fw09.  Wow, such a great use of patterns. This knit looks amazing:

+what looks like an aviator with an amazing lining underneath it.

post #252 of 1309
EG is looking real good for Fall... wallet is looking to take a beating.
Edited by jayce030 - 2/19/14 at 10:45pm
post #253 of 1309
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How loose is the Dayton? I'm always on the border with EG sizing (S in the CPO and Miner, M in most jackets and the Work Shirt). P2P/S2S measurements never seem to help because the cuts are so different.

Tried this on today and was surprised to find that the Large fit best; the M had pulling in the shoulders when buttoned and looked too short (and I am already short). I now fit S, M, or L depending on the piece, so that's pretty funny (and I'm guessing XS fatigues would complete the set).

post #254 of 1309
Anybody purchased the SS14 Fatigue pants in Olive Ripstop? Thoughts on cut and fabric?
post #255 of 1309

I have not yet but I will. Love, love, love them:

  • Super lightweight
  • Super big - size down one size
  • Super comfy - loose fitting even after sizing down
  • A bit cropped: Length is shorter than previous fatigues (Example: My 34 size AW13 fatigues are 33" inseam. For SS14, I need an M: Waist is at least 35" so I have to use the strings. Inseam is ~30 - 31". Do not even worry about thighs. If I fit, you fit)
  • Measurements on the Bureau Belfast site are very accurate

 

Not a huge ripstop fan but they blew me away because the fabric is so lightweight. These pants are perfect for every day, not flashy but super comfy basics. They pair exceptionally well with the print jackets this season (Batik, Foulard, etc.). I will get the olive one and likely the blue one.

 

Now what's up with the brown window pane stuff? That seems to sell like hot cakes. 

 

Mike

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