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Does anyone know of any EG stockists in Detroit?
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dang they went full muumuu this season



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hahaha. great pic. hahah
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penn shirt jacket is awesome. the reversed sateen fabric is the truth.
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I just got my hands a handful of things recently -- namely the knit jacket in navy grey wave cotton jacquard. The fit is amazing -- think of it as a lightweight sweater but with the cut of a sports coat.

The cotton jacquard has a nice weight on it perfect for cool mornings and warmer noons. So if anyone's after a jacket that's very unstructured, relaxed fitting but has the cut of a sports coat -- I highly recommend this piece. Great for layering too.
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Spring / Summer is always my bumper season because of where I am.

 

Received the navy Fatigue pants, may be getting the shorts as well. Dayton & Expedition should be on the way. Still eyeing a few more items from this season's collection.

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Hey knight post a fit? I'm really interested in the wave pattern too.
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My girl got the FWK STK pants in the same material, I actually like the wave jacquard even more now, so much texture in it. Think I'm going to get it in either the knit jacket, or the hooded vest.
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I picked up the wave knit jacquard jacket from Gary recently and have to say the material is great. It fits a tad big and loose for the size but that's EG style for layering I believe, but given its for spring/summer not interesred in a slim fit. Its not a sloppy fit at all though. I'll try to post some pics soon.
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I highly advise sizing up for the Bedford. I wear medium for everything and could barely button up a medium Bedford, while a large fits quite nicely. I can say I've never owned such a versatile piece of clothing before. Various collar up or down/button or no button combinations give completely different looks.

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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

I highly advise sizing up for the Bedford. I wear medium for everything and could barely button up a medium Bedford, while a large fits quite nicely. I can say I've never owned such a versatile piece of clothing before. Various collar up or down/button or no button combinations give completely different looks.
+1 and you can even wear it with shorts, def will be picking up more as I find more colors/fabrics that works for me.
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Looking for FW13 work shirts in size Medium, if anyone has any they'd like to sell.
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Bloomingdale's has some EG in right now. T shirt, a couple of the shorts and a bedford or so.
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has anyone seen the bird/trees shorts in sz28 anywhere? smallest i've seen is 30, even at japanese shops. and what's the going rate on graphic Ts? $70ish?
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+1 and you can even wear it with shorts, def will be picking up more as I find more colors/fabrics that works for me.

Snagged the Baker in Navy Poplin yesterday at Nepenthes and feel the same way about it. Thing is so versatile and classic looking. I heard they have shorts coming with the same navy poplin fabric so I might try to pull off the shorts suit. Wish they were doing pants in the same fabric so I could do a real suit with it
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