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Engineered Garments SS 16

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jan 3, 2016.

  1. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    Agreed.


    Visvim and Kapital tend to introduce Japanese style into some of their pieces, but a lot of the Japanese designers are pretty faithful to Americana.

    Much of EG is very safe -if you're not comfortable with the wilder patterns, plain fatigues and a solid jacket isn't going to stand out from the crowd.
     
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  2. notdesigned

    notdesigned Well-Known Member

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    I bought that Spread Collar in Lt. Blue and White and have worn them often. I also bought the Navy Graph Check one in F/W '15.

    I love the idea of the Round Collar shirts but, as of yet, haven't tried one. The White Heavy Oxford one has piqued my interest this season, though.
     
  3. Xman11815

    Xman11815 Well-Known Member

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    Cool, thanks. Just picked this up as my first EG piece.

    [​IMG]
     
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  4. lifeinabox

    lifeinabox Well-Known Member

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    Nice entry point! The average person won't look twice at the typical EG piece. It's only if you get creative with the long shirts and shawls that would catch attention.
     
  5. Portland Dry Goods

    Portland Dry Goods Well-Known Member

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    We'll be getting our first batch from EG fairly soon. I'll be doing what I can to get it visible for you guys as soon as we receive it.

    heres what to expect:

    -work shirt nvy/ora plaid
    -work shirt blu/red plaid
    -work shirt blue chambray
    -shop coat olive twill
    -shop coat dknavy twill
    -fatigue pant olive ripstop
    -fatigue pant dk navy twill

    classics! more later in the year of course.
     
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  6. willy cheesesteak

    willy cheesesteak Well-Known Member

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    Nvm
     
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  7. notdesigned

    notdesigned Well-Known Member

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    Great choice, @Xman11815 . I really like that piece--very versatile and, as @lifeinabox said, most people won't look twice at it as what it really is.
     
  8. RuffyD

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  9. lineate

    lineate Well-Known Member

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    Anybody seen an online retailer with the spotted navy jackets (Bedford I think)?
     
  10. thekunk07

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    not impressed with what I've seen IRL so far
     
  11. ericleavitt

    ericleavitt Well-Known Member

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    @Drinkwaters Hey Gary, I was wondering if there were any better photos of the Loiter Jacket (Navy Geo Jacquard), and the Camp Shirt (White Paisley Lawn). Also, how does the material feel on the jacket, and how does the "loiter" jacket compare to a bedford?
     
  12. Dino19

    Dino19 Well-Known Member

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    It's really good to know the AW16 well in advance so that we can plan our purchase & not make a rash purchase.
     
  13. Drinkwaters

    Drinkwaters Well-Known Member

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    Eric, We will be posting better pictures soon. The Loiter Jacket is a light jacket, unconstructed and made of a knit like material. In regards to comparison between Bedford and Loiter, Bedford has more construction, presents like a Sport Jacket and Loiter is more of a knitwear piece.
     
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  14. stevenkmason

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    Can anyone (Drinkwaters?) tell me what pants will be released in XL/38 this season? Thanks!
    Edit: Also, what outerwear/Bedfords will be released in XXL?
     
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  15. rotide

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    Any sign of those fatigue cord shorts yet?
     
  16. NXNW

    NXNW Well-Known Member

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    Looking for these as well. Love them w/ the BDU in the look book.
     
  17. CSCoHammers7

    CSCoHammers7 Well-Known Member

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    And today we received:

    S6A0112 / 19th Century BD Shirt in Red/Lt. Blue Big Plaid XS > XL $220
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    I THINK I missed this one as well, which came in last week. Sorry in advance if it's a double post:

    S6D1871 / Chester Coat in Grey PC Glen Plaid XS > XL $540
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    Drinkwater's Cambridge
    (617) 547-2067

    Thanks!
     
  18. bry2000

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    Gary, do you know what fabrics/colors the Chester coat comes in?

    Also, do you have a listing of what garments they did the dolphin print in (tops and bottoms).

    Thanks. appreciate it.
     
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