Engineered Garments Fall / Winter 2013

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by shoreman1782, May 17, 2013.

  1. edubs01

    edubs01 Senior member

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    Hey Gary-
    I sent you a PM & an email to your personal work address.

    Can you please provide measurements for the Fatigue pant in size 34 (both cinched/uncinched).

    If sizing works I can call the shop to place the order.
     
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    Are you talking about the Workaday fatigues? The mainline looks like they come in measured wast sizes (ie: 32,34, etc). The Workadays in medium measure about 35" uncinched I believe, probably 33" cinched. I have some at home I can measure tonight.
     


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    EG Mainline Fatigue pants that he just received.
     








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    looks like the hood is removable on that parka....I like it!!! That might have just jumped up my list for this season. Really like how it looks without the hood.
     


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    Quoting Gary's post so that it doesn't get lost in all the photos. The Workshirt in Navy Heather Cotton Oxford is at the top of the "Shirting" pics above.

    I'll be uploading everything to my photobucket account, including the pics that I don't post here (usually more detailed shots that don't need to muck up the thread). I'll post the link in my signature.

     


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    Drinkwaters isn't carrying chambray workshirt? Is the world ending?!
     


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    Love this 19th C. BD. In fact, I think this is the best run of 19th C. shirts in several seasons.
     
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    Haha don't worry, we have decent collection of chambray workshirts we've been building through the seasons.

    Working on the imgur album now of the sale items, which includes random pieces going back quite a few years. When it's ready I'll post a single link to it. Thanks for being patient, everyone!
     


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    I love the concept of those patchwork shirts...I just don't like the colors. Yellow and pink not working for me. I wish they had a blue shirt in that style, like the blue shorts and jacket from this SS season....would have been all over one of those.

    So far the parka, chambray workshirt, and blue heathered oxford workshirt are on my list....with the fatigues possibly making it as well.
     


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    Timpo, what do you think of this as compared to the Needles'? I think this is more subtle.

    Btw, is this released already?
     


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    Nice piece - what is the name of that Parka? Will anyone be carrying it Stateside (Nepenthes)?

    Gregg
     


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    I definitely like the suede/regular leather slip-ons over the slip-on/lace-up versions....these seem much easier to pull off and less like you're wearing a completely mismatched pair of shoes.
     


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