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Blue Owl Workshop - official affiliate thread

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    Just want to run a little sale for a couple days! Enjoy!

    All outwear, cardigans, parkas, hoodies.....basically if you can layer it over a normal shirt, it is part of the sale! 25% off from now until Sunday at 11:59 pm.

    To order, pm or e-mail me for Paypal payments or do it through our online by hyphenating your last name with SF (ie. Joe Smith is Joe Smith-SF). Ordering online does not show the discount, but I will handle it manually.

    Best, Jay
     
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    Added a couple on items on our sale thread in SWDB&S. Take a look if you are denim size 28 or 29.
     
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    I recently bought a Man of Moods shirt from BB1 and love it(was purchased from you guys). Was wondering if you were going to be getting anymore in the coming months..
     
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    I recently bought a Man of Moods shirt from BB1 and love it(was purchased from you guys). Was wondering if you were going to be getting anymore in the coming months..

    Our next MofM shipment will have denim jackets, mods coats, button downs, knits, and a few other pieces which should be here in 2 weeks or so. If there is a specific style you like, e-mail me a pic. If we are not getting it or don't have something similiar in stock, we may be able to add it if it is available in their flagshop.
     
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    grabbed the new left field jeans.. really excited to check these out! once again jay has awesome service, ordered maybe 5 hours ago and already have a tracking #
     
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    The left field jeans look amazing, especially the pockets. I need to stop buying jeans, damnit. This is stupid.

    ... was looking for the 33s (or 34s). Will you be getting more in, Jay?
     
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    I recently bought a Man of Moods shirt from BB1 and love it(was purchased from you guys). Was wondering if you were going to be getting anymore in the coming months..
    It was actually a Mr. Olive shirt I sold you, not MofM. Amazing shirt-- fits slightly better than BoO and far better quality. The only reason I sold is because I don't wear button down shirts much any more. But if you like that shirt, I see Jay has other Mr. Olive button downs available in the same size (Medium) that I suspect would fit similarly. [​IMG]
     
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    Jay is a great guy. He was even able to meet up with me on UW campus to pick up my jeans for repairs. Really looking forward to being able to stop in his store this weekend to check out the Triple Works and Left Field stuff.
     
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    It was actually a Mr. Olive shirt I sold you, not MofM. Amazing shirt-- fits slightly better than BoO and far better quality. The only reason I sold is because I don't wear button down shirts much any more. But if you like that shirt, I see Jay has other Mr. Olive button downs available in the same size (Medium) that I suspect would fit similarly.
    Ugh I always mix the two up lol. Thanks for clarifying, lol.
     
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    The left field jeans look amazing, especially the pockets. I need to stop buying jeans, damnit. This is stupid.

    ... was looking for the 33s (or 34s). Will you be getting more in, Jay?


    Yeah, we blew out a few sizes really fast. I am looking into a restock now and will get an answer soon. I have a shipment coming within the next couple weeks with some nice chambray button downs and I am trying to get the denim re-stocks shipped together.
     
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    I recieved the MofM's cardigan that I ordered Thursday (same day shipping, tracking in less than an hour[​IMG] ), I was worried that size 3 would be to big because of the measurements but it fits perfectly. Anyone on the fence about the item should not sleep on it, embrace the drape.

    Thanks Jay.
     
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    Fit picks of our Spring/Summer 2010 denims from Mr. Olive.

    Each of these denim use the same 13 oz fabric that was custom designed by Mr. Olive. The design is vintage inspired creating a smooth surface, natural feel, and super soft fabric that is both durable and comfortable from the intitial wear. Made in Miyagi, Japan.

    Slim Straight Selvedge Full Regin: Uses regin to create a multi-level wash in a single wash process.
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    Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999990

    Slim Straight Selvedge Natural Damage
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    Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999991

    Slim Straight Selvedge White
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    link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999992

    Slim Straight Selvedge Raw (pre-washed)
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    link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999993
     
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    got my left field jeans in today.. like them a lot

    glad I went with the 34, they fit slimmer than the measurements suggest.. pretty mcuh all over. the denim is medium weight and sits well. the top block is actually vers lim for a straight leggish jean. I have em cuffed 3x atm, will decide to hem or not after wearing for awhile
     
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    Jay, just wanted to say thanks again for the great service and jeans. The Mr. Olive jeans came back from the tailors on Monday and I've had em on since then. Needless to say I'm really liking this pair of denim a lot. Thanks!
     
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    Introducing Sunny Sports. Our first shipment from Sunny Sports just arrived with Japan made 40's style chambray work shirts. Here are some details:

    Based in Japan, Sunny Sports brings vintage Americana workwear up to the current age. With the "quality of life" as its theme, and with the "quality rather than quantity" as its concept, Sunny Sports expresses good old real America, using the fabrics and the methods used in good old days for sturdy and long-lasting construction.
    * Triple needle chain-stitch left long
    * Selvedge fabric (shown under collar and vents)
    * Vintage work pockets styled from the 1940's.
    * Hidden half pocket
    * Natural Pima cotton twill inside cuffs and under placke
    * 100% cotton
    * Blue Stripe
    * Made in Japan

    Sunny Sports 40's Chambray Work Shirt in Blue Stripe
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    http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999968

    Sunny Sports 40's Chambray Work Shirt in Black
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    http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999969

    Sunny Sports 40's Chambray Work Shirt in Red
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    http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999970

    Sunny Sports 40's Chambray Work Shirt in Blue Gray
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    http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7999971
     
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    Introducing Sunny Sports. Our first shipment from Sunny Sports just arrived with Japan made 40's style chambray work shirts. Here are some details:


    GOOD GOD these look so damn nice.
     
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