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Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.

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  1. samsterdam

    samsterdam Well-Known Member

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    After initially gushing over the birdseye and houndstooth, I ended up pulling the trigger on the steel-loden. Bet I end up nabbing at least one of the other two anyway. [​IMG]
     
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    Mike: Stop making so many pairs of pants for fat people. Us anorexics need stylish trousers too. [​IMG]
     
  3. APK

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    I should probably remove SF from my bookmarks if I'm ever going to successfully save money to move out East. You're killing me, Mike! Don't hurt 'em, Hammer!
     
  4. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Well-Known Member

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    now that I snagged my XS, I'll mention that it appears that the Black Tartan Flannel shirt is now online and it looks fantastic.
     
  5. enigma77

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    The new shirts are great. I stopped into the Brooklyn store the other night and they are legion.

    Didn't buy any though -- I was in for the Ravello boots, and they are amazing. So glad I picked up a pair.
     
  6. edubs01

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    Just grabbed the Steel Lodens
     
  7. Epaulet

    Epaulet Well-Known Member

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    WTF? Where did the size 28 birdseye go??? [​IMG]

    My bad, our stock on 28's for this delivery was really tight. But we've always got more coming down the road.

    After initially gushing over the birdseye and houndstooth, I ended up pulling the trigger on the steel-loden. Bet I end up nabbing at least one of the other two anyway. [​IMG]

    Thank you sir!

    now that I snagged my XS, I'll mention that it appears that the Black Tartan Flannel shirt is now online and it looks fantastic.

    Oh man, I knew that was going to be your style. I see some flannel-flossing on Abbot Kinney in your future!

    The new shirts are great. I stopped into the Brooklyn store the other night and they are legion.

    Didn't buy any though -- I was in for the Ravello boots, and they are amazing. So glad I picked up a pair.


    Thanks man, always a pleasure to see you!

    Just grabbed the Steel Lodens

    Cheers brah. Enjoy them!
     
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    I assume you have the new Walt's to check out in the new LES store, and not just bk?

    My bad, our stock on 28's for this delivery was really tight. But we've always got more coming down the road.



    Thank you sir!



    Oh man, I knew that was going to be your style. I see some flannel-flossing on Abbot Kinney in your future!



    Thanks man, always a pleasure to see you!



    Cheers brah. Enjoy them!
     
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    Are you planning a restock of the Alden natural chromexcel longwings? I think I missed getting a size 9.5 by hours...
     
  10. benjamin831

    benjamin831 Well-Known Member

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    Got my first Gitman Vintage shirt today. The quality is really there; thick sturdy material, neat stitching, and good quality chalk buttons.

    The fit is good but the bottom flares out like hell. I really like the shirt but I'm not too sure how I should go about fixing it. I don't want to taper it because my tailor wouldn't be able to replicate the chainstitching on the side seams.
     
  11. kgmessier

    kgmessier Well-Known Member

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    Got my first Gitman Vintage shirt today. The quality is really there; thick sturdy material, neat stitching, and good quality chalk buttons. The fit is good but the buttom flares out like hell. I really like the shirt but I'm not too sure how I should go about fixing it. I don't want to taper it because my tailor wouldn't be able to replicate the chainstitching on the side seams.
    What do you mean by button flaring?
     
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    The fit is good but the bottom flares out like hell.

    ftfy
     
  13. Vaitek

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    [​IMG] xpost from the Alden thread. I got these from Epaulet and am very happy with them.
     
  14. benjamin831

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    What do you mean by button flaring?

    Sorry, I meant to say the bottom flares out, i.e. the shirt tail

    ftfy

    Thanks!
     
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    [​IMG]

    xpost from the Alden thread. I got these from Epaulet and am very happy with them.

    Sweet! [​IMG]
     
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    xpost from the Alden thread. I got these from Epaulet and am very happy with them.


    Dude! Sometimes the classics are the best!
     
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    Epaulet Well-Known Member

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    Damn that black tartan flannel is noice. Would I be a small or xsmall if my shoulders are 17 and chest is 36?
     
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    i would say small. im a 36 chest and get everything in small from epaulet but have no idea about shoulders
     
  20. MIKE_JE

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    Got my double-faced Olive Tartan and I have to say it is one of the best shirts I have ever bought.

    For the price, too, it can't be beat. So excited about ordering more from Epaulet.

    I was all about Gitman Vintage and Band of Outsiders button downs/oxfords, but I think Epaulet has them beat in cut, price, and style.

    I'll still buy the occasional Gitman and BoO, i'm sure, but I'm looking forward to stocking up on Epaulet.

    For reference: I wear BoO Medium, Gitman Small, and Epaulet Small.

    BoO medium fits me perfectly in cut except that the arms end up a bit wide at the cuff (nothing a tailor can't remedy, but just mentioning). Gitman Vintage fits me perfectly but is a little tight in the neck. Epaulet in the same size as Gitman actually fits me perfectly throughout, no need for a tailor. Love it.

    The hand on these double-faced shirts is incredible.
     

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