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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. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Well-Known Member

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    Staple or more on the interesting side?


    Tell us what you got.
     
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    scottcw Well-Known Member

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    Surprise me. Edit to add... I already own the Caine in navy hopsack, the Weller in Harris Tweed black and grey herringbone and the Daltrey in Harris Tweed dark green multi-fleck. I also own a FSC sportcoat that is quite close to the peat multi-check in the factory finds.
     
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    Having trouble getting in contact with Epaulet, sent an email to them but no response, can't ring as I'm in Australia, any ideas?
     
  4. zippyh

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    They don't have telephones in Australia?
     
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  5. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Well-Known Member

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    They do. But the dials turn in the opposite direction.
     
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    Foxhound Well-Known Member

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    Haha, It'll cost me a lot of money to call, plus I just had my tonsils and other flesh cut out of my throat. I can't talk :(
    I lol'd.
     
  7. Epaulet

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    Caramel ducks:
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    SHARP!


    It's on the Simpson last. And yes, I'd agree with size 8UK if you take a 9 in the hampton.


    Thanks for calling that out! I've actually got my programmer building that into the site as we speak. We should have all the international destinations updated with Priority & Express shipping options by this weekend.


    Hmm, given your current lineup Scott, I'd pitch these two to you...

    Easy Choice: Wheat Corduroy
    Cord jackets like this are a great match to jeans and really comfortable. Good temperature range in these.

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    Summerish Choice: Multi-Color Guncheck
    This is a rad, lightweight, and originally really expensive cloth. Sounds like you've got the tweed and heavier weight coats covered, and this will be a great option for warmer days. The colors are going to be killer.
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    Awesome, thanks so much!


    Sorry about that - want to drop me a PM with your question? I'll get you back.
     
  8. Foxhound

    Foxhound Well-Known Member

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    PM sent!
     
  9. Dirty Gurty

    Dirty Gurty Well-Known Member

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    If we order one of the factory finds jackets when is your card actually charged, when you place the order or when it ships a few months later? Or is there some kind of partial deposit upon order deal?
     
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    ^ you will get charged the full amount as soon as you place the order, just the same as if you were buying an in-stock item

    I really like Mike's suggestion for the multi-color guncheck jacket - I've been eyeing that one myself, unfortunately I can't afford any new purchases ATM.

    Mike - if you have some fabric leftover from this round of the factory finds jackets, will you be able to offer the same fabrics in a future round of factory finds? And actually the later the better for me, which would give me some time to save up some cash.
     
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  11. FrankCowperwood

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    I seriously considered this one myself:

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    I like the fabric makeup. Should be very comfortable across three seasons.

    The POW checks are nice, interesting and also classic.

    I did sign up for this one:

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    Looks like it should be blue, but a little different blue. To match all my shoes that are brown, but slightly different shades of brown. :)
     
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    I love the multi-guncheck conceptually, but I know myself well enough that I would rarely wear it. The tobacco guncheck is more my style.

    I'm deciding between the grey POW, the glen plaid w/burgundy, the glen plain w/purple and the current front runner, the grey Donegal with red flecks.
     
  13. FrankCowperwood

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    Those all sound like great choices. Glen plaid with purple stands out to me. Problem is picking one, right?
     
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    I ordered the grey Donegal with red flecks. Would have kopped more but wanted to try 1 jacket out first. The Tweed was too heavy 16oz. FrankCowperwood I am curious as how the Blue SC will turn out, cant wait.
     
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    Taking the new French Blue RC's out for a spin today.

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    (Also thanking the Ep. site for styling guidance) ;)
     
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    I will be visiting Epaulet from DC in the early afternoon tomorrow. Hope to see some stylish SF members.
     
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    The guncheck Napoli looks like something you could easily wear all Spring and Summer. It could work with so many solid color shirts, or even with some light patterns. It works with denim, chinos, or dressier trousers. I think you guys should commit.
     
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    The guncheck Napoli is definitely my favorite of the factory finds.

    Of course I snagged the old guncheck Napoli for $245 during the test for the new site. :slayer:
     
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    Will the Duck Canvas Rivet Chinos in Leaf be restocked anytime in the (near?) future? Size 34 has been out of stock for some time now...
     
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    ^ agreed...love that color. Have thought of ordering 36 and taking the waist in a little.
     

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