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Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2013, plus FWK

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by robin, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. about11oclock

    about11oclock Well-Known Member

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    Looking around for an chambray chauncey as we speak if anyone has a lead on one.
     
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  3. slide13

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    what's the story on that blue patchwork blazer?
     
  4. JilSlander

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    Probably one of the more hard-to-find pieces of this season.

    I've seen it in person; a resounding wow is all I have to say.
     
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    I want it! What model is it, can't quite tell because the patchwork is making it hard to discern the actual pocket makeup on it. Emailed Nepenthes NY to see if they can give me any info.
     
  6. slstr

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    Anyone know where the floral shirt in the 4th/5th from last pictures is available?
     
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    Baker Jacket, they made it in Lt. Blue Patchwork and Navy Patchwork.
     
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    Thanks. Love the navy, which I believe is what is posted above. Light blue is much more multi-color, Bureau has it.
     
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    is there a mens version of that riders jacket?!
     
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    I think i saw it online at Arrow & Arrow.
     
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    Good thread. Nice collection. I'm looking to pick up two of the staples as my first foray into EG: Navy Bedford in Cotton and the Olive Penn Shirt.

    Reading about the variations in EG fit and not being able to find a good size guide has me a bit worried ordering online. I'm normally a dead M in pretty much anything, 6' tall and 37" chest. 38R off the peg jackets usually fit well if they're slimmer cuts. What would you guys recommend for me? I'm thinking M in both items.

    I would be planning to wear the Penn Shirt as a jacket coming into a Sydney "winter" so it being a bit bigger (it looks as though that's the way it's cut anyway) would not be an issue.
     
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    I think the penn shirt in small might be better for you as it's quite generous around the shoulders and may be too baggy throughout the item for a 37 chest. I've got a medium and I'm a 40 chest. The Bedford I'm not to sure on, looks quite fitted in the chest but generous across the shoulders going by measurements.
     
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    Ah, you must mean the one in navy.

    http://mohawkgeneralstore.net/products/118852874
     
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  17. Phil McCrackin

    Phil McCrackin Well-Known Member

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    Is there a Railroda this season ?
    if so what colousr ?
     
  18. Edd

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    There's a dark navy broken twill on end clothing.
     
  19. Phil McCrackin

    Phil McCrackin Well-Known Member

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    hoping really for olive ..
     
  20. CSCoHammers7

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    No Olive, I'm afraid...

    Dk. Navy Broken Twill (As seen on End Clothing- Thanks Edd!)

    Natural Cotton Duck Canvas
    Blue Chambray
    Indigo 8oz Denim
     

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