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post #826 of 877
^ correct. A standout piece from a standout collection.
post #827 of 877

thank you. would love to find one in my size someday. great piece.

post #828 of 877
Wore my Cross Neck Tee from this SS16 season in Hibiscus the other day so thought I'd share a fit. I really like the blue on white prints on these. I also own the Floral.

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Also, for those who were asking about the Java Cloth print in real life, here's a close-up I took of mine in the Charles Pant version. The pattern is hard to distinguish at first, but in decent light you can see it. I like how subtle the print is personally:

yrqo2TV.jpg
post #829 of 877
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

Wore my Cross Neck Tee from this SS16 season in Hibiscus the other day so thought I'd share a fit. I really like the blue on white prints on these. I also own the Floral.
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
cXjS0EO.jpg


Also, for those who were asking about the Java Cloth print in real life, here's a close-up I took of mine in the Charles Pant version. The pattern is hard to distinguish at first, but in decent light you can see it. I like how subtle the print is personally:
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
yrqo2TV.jpg

 

 

What's the sizing on Charles Pant like? I'm a small in this season's Ghurka short and Fatigue Pant, and a 32 in the Cinch Pant.

post #830 of 877
You should take an S in the Charles trousers. These have an elastic waist band so they are fairly forgiving in either direction.
post #831 of 877
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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post

What's the sizing on Charles Pant like? I'm a small in this season's Ghurka short and Fatigue Pant, and a 32 in the Cinch Pant.

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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

You should take an S in the Charles trousers. These have an elastic waist band so they are fairly forgiving in either direction.

Small sounds right to me too @tobiasfunke. I am a 34 in the cinch pants and took a Medium in the Charles pant.
post #832 of 877
Not really relevant to EG SS16, but I was looking at the recent posting on the Eidos SS17 collection:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/358653/eidos-napoli/4860#post_8508589

To me, it looks very reminiscent of EG SS15. Only EG SS15 was a lot better.
post #833 of 877
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

Not really relevant to EG SS16, but I was looking at the recent posting on the Eidos SS17 collection:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/358653/eidos-napoli/4860#post_8508589

To me, it looks very reminiscent of EG SS15. Only EG SS15 was a lot better.

 

is that the one of the eg models about halfway down?  i, too, much prefer eg to this eidos season...reminds me too much of massimo dutti and the ilk

post #834 of 877
I think I know whom you are referring to and I had the same reaction. I wonder if the Eidos people used EG as an inspiration. Note: I am not saying they "Melania'd" EG's season, just seemed inspired by it.
Trump might say "there is something going on there."
Edited by bry2000 - 7/21/16 at 8:14am
post #835 of 877

So, what's the consensus on the visibility of the pattern on the Java Cloth? In the picture above, it looks fairly visible, but earlier in the thread there were complaints about it being completely indiscernible.

 

Also, what's the weight like?

post #836 of 877
It is not very visible at all. The navy Java cloth reads as solid navy anywhere but up close. I would not mind if the pattern were more visible.
post #837 of 877

Is the Java Cloth a knit or woven? It's hard to tell by looking at it.

post #838 of 877
I'm surprised this has not been posted (or maybe I missed it ) but the Spring Summer 2017 preview is available online via Vogue.
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post #839 of 877
How do we feel about these? Releasing Friday in store.





post #840 of 877
Not a fan of the style in general and these variants don't sway me.
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