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Show us how you roll in Engineered Garments

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. eluther

    eluther Well-Known Member

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    handsome men wearing well-made clothes. a beautiful thing.
     
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    For a second there, I thought I was in the Alden thread...
     
  4. soqueriaterum

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    I love the texture of the herringbone fabric from last AW but the shoulder on the bedford is so damn low that I can wear three other jackers underneath it. It's a shame, because it has the perfect weight for South American winter nights. Anyone else has these from last AW and thought sizing was off?

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    19th Century BD Shirt
     
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  6. canstyleace

    canstyleace Well-Known Member

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    soqueriaterum, length looks good and body doesnt look that boxy to me, with a sweater and scarf under it should look/fit much better

    garmentcandy, cant see shit
     
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    doesn't matter he's just spamming:foo::foo::foo:
     
  8. Kvc06

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    What size? I have a size M I'd trade for it if it's large. I'll add some cash.
     
  9. soqueriaterum

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    Sorry to dig this up, but what season is this cardigan from? Found it for sale online in a random brazilian shop, but not my size. It's a S. If anyone's interested let me know.
     
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  10. Knight

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    I fear this thread is starting to slow down again - did that remark about handsome men in handsome clothes scare everyone? Anyway...

    Nail Apron (8oz) / work shirt (6oz) / painter pant (8oz) / all in indigo denim / bow tie in navy printed foulard / pocket square in blue chambray patchwork / glasses are Oliver Peoples vintage / trickers

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  11. agvs

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    XPost from WAYWT

    EG Explorer Hat and SS CPO shirt (not sure what season either is from). The corduroy parka thing is not EG but it's WWM from when Daiki was at the helm. I'm wearing the hat backwards because it sits on my head weird forwards (with the pockets in the front). I love that there's so much EG stuff available 2nd hand which is how I get most of mine.

     
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    Curious to know what the writing instruments are that you're packing?
     
  13. Pratt Kale

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    Here's a few looking downs from my recent C-1 mania.
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    SS14 C-1 vest (other: Yuketen, LVC, RL polo, Crescent Down Works)
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    SS14 C-1 vest, FW13 flannel scarf (other: Alfred Sargent, WWM, Woolrich x Tokito)
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    SS14 C-1 vest, FW12 Ground crew pants, SS11 workshirt (+woolrich x tokito hiking blazer)
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    SS11 workshirt (other: Visvim, Norse Projects, MHL, Filson)
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    Workaday fatigues, Classic shirt (+Visvim, Filson)
     
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  14. El QUaG

    El QUaG Well-Known Member

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    ^ Good use of the C-1 Vest. How did you size on this?
     
  15. Knight

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    Hi Gary, nothing technically special, I was carrying 2 x Rotring Isograph pens (burgundy barrels) part of a gift set my dad gave me when i graduated high school -- so they go back a while :). A 0.2 tip, the other a 0.7. I also carry miniature grid pads (for sketching logos, layouts etc...) but they're not shown in this visual. I wish i could say i had the the 600 series though... those are gems...
     
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    I took my normal size. Adjustable straps in the back so you can use it as an overvest also
     
  17. accordion

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    Bedfords, floral shirt, Brookline, APC NS, how do I wear the floral side of the brookline?

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    I know it's EG and you don't have to follow any roolz but I think those would look better without all the buttons done...

    Seems to be pulling a bit much?
     
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    You're right, I usually wear the bedford as a blazer but when it's cold out I button it up underneath the brookline or any coat, I don't like buttoning up the brookline... and also I've gained weight.

    Edit: nvm I'm just bad at taking pictures, and also I had my arms back which stretched the jacket. Took some new ones with buttoned and unbuttoned looks. The plaid shirts are uniqlo, floral ones are EG.
     
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  20. Lorcan7

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    Digging the nail apron Knight! And the C-1 action Pratt Kale, good stuff! I've been wanting to experiment with mine as an outer layer more often (like the ss14 runway looks), its a great as a mid-layer piece though.

    Only one EG item here but thought I'd post anyhow, SS14 heather grey cotton oxford USNs (thanks to Drinkwaters!)

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    with Ts(s) scarf, Post Overalls jacket, Kamakura shirt, Tricker's
     
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