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post #781 of 1324
agree with blank, eg suits are matched by fabric and not necessarily by model name, sometimes model name and fabric matches but most times they dont
post #782 of 1324
Hey guys anyone know what's the return process for bureau Belfast like? Can't seem to get a reply from them. Just wanna know before buying.

Specifically, do you have to arrange and pay for your own courier? Or is it included in the shipping you pay upfront?
post #783 of 1324
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Originally Posted by penanceroyaltea View Post

Hey guys anyone know what's the return process for bureau Belfast like? Can't seem to get a reply from them. Just wanna know before buying.

Specifically, do you have to arrange and pay for your own courier? Or is it included in the shipping you pay upfront?

 

Great guys to deal with.  Ordered a pair of Orslow jeans which I wanted to send back.  Just send them back and they will credit you instantly.  You are responsible for return postage (a pain).  Nice guys though.

post #784 of 1324
Thanks man. Looks like I'll just have to bite the bullet then. Haven't had any luck with reviews of fit for the cinch pants haha. Hope I don't end up with sausage casing calves :/
post #785 of 1324
cinch pants are good tea, slightly slimmer than prior seasons and they run tts, not vanity sized (i.e. sz 28 measure aprox 28.5")
post #786 of 1324
Thanks man. I gAve them a pass in the end heh. Fat calves :/
post #787 of 1324
good move, they tapper from knee to hem, would prolly need to sz up on
post #788 of 1324
Still looking for the Navy Poplin C-1 Vest in a XL. Get in touch ASAP if you want to make some $$$.
post #789 of 1324
Super tempted by the expedition jacket, but price seems a bit steep. 530 after tax :/
post #790 of 1324
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Originally Posted by FlyingLotus View Post

Super tempted by the expedition jacket, but price seems a bit steep. 530 after tax :/

Not worth it imo.... Wait for sales.
post #791 of 1324
Anyone have a olive penn shirt in large they wanna sell me?
post #792 of 1324
I have a navy angler shirt size large that I should probably sell...Similar cut and detail to penn.
post #793 of 1324
Anyone know a US stock list that has the EG Workaday Utility Jacket in olive sateen in size XS?

Wanted one last season,but never got around to it. Thx!


Edited by HOT Sriracha - 5/12/14 at 12:58pm
post #794 of 1324

^ Call Mohawk in LA, they might have it (I saw a green Workaday jacket there - unsure if it was the one you are looking for though).

 

Fit question: ordered the Barker and threw it on over what I wore yesterday. It seems to fit on my like a sack of potatoes:

  • Ordered XL - L is way too small and with the significant P2P difference, I literally tear the L apart
  • However, XL looks/ fits like a sack of potatoes - yes, I want to usual EG slouchy fit, but the Baker just looks off on me
  • That's unfortunate, as the blue batik print is by far my favorite this season

 

So, unless you guys can tell me that either 1) this looks they way it should be (unlikely) 2) how to alter the jacket to make it look better (Don't mind the turned in cuffs. That's an easy one for my tailor), it has to be returned. I guess the cut is not for my frame … at least this season.

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

Baker fit (Click to show)

 

 

 


 

The way I want it to look (Click to show)

 


Edited by mbaum - 5/12/14 at 1:13pm
post #795 of 1324
EG seems to be hit-or-miss for the most part, even their sizing consistency is random (I'm usually a small but some models are insanely tight-fitting). Wouldn't bother tailoring any of their stuff - just one of those styles that's better loose-and-billowy than fitted.
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