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post #136 of 149
sad news indeed, adios for now cpo and bedford or maybe andover, we'll see....
at least I'll have more time to think about pant options foo.gif

was going a bit crazy trying to decide (lets see,,, shall I pick the one I've seen in a pic somewhere or the one that sounds great and looks awesome in my minds eye but I've never actually seen a pic or anything yet, decisions, decisions....)
post #137 of 149
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@Sonderist, if you already know what you want and your size then give Gary or Steven a call or email, info is on the first page of this thread, they'll hook you up if theres any spares, otherwise NepNY will have info on which retailers have what you're looking for and then you can reach out to them directly

@pe3brain, some fabrics can make it look more/less serious but its mainly gonna depend on how you wear it, having said that ime to most 20 y/o's I know it'll still look like a blazer, also not sure what pics you talking'bout but the cpo's are these (theres also a grey wool hb not pictured here)


@canstyleace thanks specifically I was talking about this: http://cdn.styleforum.net/8/8d/900x900px-LL-8d081186_image.jpeg
I'm thinking it's a bedford with a turned up collar but I'm not sure
post #138 of 149


I could see myself living in this all F/W. Any stockists in the States carrying it in the above color/fabric?
post #139 of 149
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@canstyleace thanks specifically I was talking about this: http://cdn.styleforum.net/8/8d/900x900px-LL-8d081186_image.jpeg
I'm thinking it's a bedford with a turned up collar but I'm not sure
that's the suffolk jacket
post #140 of 149
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that's the suffolk jacket

Thanks! I'll try to find a US stockist for it!
post #141 of 149
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My first aw buy , grey / navy plaid shirt , hopefully here tomorrow ..

I'm eyeing that one as well. Can you report back on sizing? The workshirts from this past SS were a bit long in the sleeves for me. If roomier in the chest i'll probably go down to a L from XL for this shirt.
post #142 of 149
Will do , went xxl as s/s seemed bit shorter and more fitted in body ..
post #143 of 149
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I'm eyeing that one as well. Can you report back on sizing? The workshirts from this past SS were a bit long in the sleeves for me. If roomier in the chest i'll probably go down to a L from XL for this shirt.

 

I visited Nepenthes on Monday and bought quite a few items from the new collection (2 pants, 2 shirts, cpo).  While I took a size L in this summers work shirts this time around I took a Medium.  They run big.

Very nice collection this season.  Great guys at Nepenthes - it is just a shame that the flag ship store only stocks one of each size - they really need to work on that.

post #144 of 149

Which EG pants are the most slim fitting?

post #145 of 149
tough call, I say matt
post #146 of 149
I agree. The matt pant was by far engineered garments' slimmest cut trouser. The equivalent to that for this season is the highland pant with exaggerated, baggy pockets. It may fit just a little wider than the matt pant.
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post #148 of 149
Work shirt arrived this morning from the Bureau , fantastic service from them as usual ..
Don't agree with previous comments on sizing . In the body is just right , sleeves the usual baggy style , high cut vents , and just right length. For me.

post #149 of 149
Looks good!
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