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Engineered Garments Fall / Winter 2013

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

  1. JOA

    JOA Senior member

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    Same for me--I'm a Large in the Baker.
     
  2. El QUaG

    El QUaG Senior member

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    I have the HB Baker from FW12 in medium for sale. For me it fits closer to a Large. Was too large for me and has been sitting in the closet ever since. Hit me up if interested!
     
  3. Knight

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    Thanks for this mate. The stewart tartan plaid is real nice, sadly im a medium. I appreciate the pictures so thank you. It definitely allows room for a denim work shirt underneath.

    Indigo & Cotton received some new pieces namely [my favourite piece] the Driver Jacket [last year's Deck Jacket] which appears to be much more streamlined – the boxier shape from '12 was better in my opinion.

    The Vans look great I believe the sunforger and olive reversed sateen comes as a mismatch pair and not matched. At least that was the idea according to Nepenthes. Great price considering the fabrics theyre using as well!


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  4. TWorksheets

    TWorksheets Senior member

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    Would one of you kind American souls be willing to proxy a pair of the EG x Vans to me in Canada? I can pay you a small 'finders fee' :) Please PM me if you're feeling generous
     
  5. shoreman1782

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    And where are those alleged sk8 his??
     
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  6. catchh

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    Same for me please!
     
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  7. IndependenceChi

    IndependenceChi Well-Known Member

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    Hey everybody,

    We got another shipment in from EG. Thought I would share photos!

    Work Shirt - $185.00
    Button Shawl $90.00

    As always, contact us at 312.675.2105 or by email at info@independence-chicago.com if you are interested!

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  8. shoreman1782

    shoreman1782 Senior member

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    ^Shawls look good in that pattern. Cotton I assume?

    Shame the EGs will be in-store only at first. Hope there's enough to go around.

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  9. Shingles

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    Should be cotton. The dark navy 12oz all wool is $156.
     
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  10. CSCoHammers7

    CSCoHammers7 Senior member

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    Hey again, everyone- a little late in the day, but today we received:

    F3A0790 / Western Shirt / Black Printed Floral / Paisley Corduroy $255.00 S > L

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    F3F0257 / Irving Pant / Grey Wool Herringbone Windowpane $445.00 30>34

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    Thanks!

    Drinkwater's Cambridge
    (617) 547-2067
     
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  11. jhoo04

    jhoo04 Senior member

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    We recently opened our second shop Working Title and one of our new brands is Engineered Garments. Here is our first delivery.

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  12. Portland Dry Goods

    Portland Dry Goods Senior member

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    Just recieved our second drop. gathering some photos of everything but here's a quick iphone snap of our second round of shawls

    Red & Blue Stripe Wool - $155
    Navy Cotton Plaid - $95
    Wool Herringbone Windowpane - $185

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  13. JOA

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    Over Vest in Salmon People Jacquard. Hadn't seen these yet.
     
  14. mpcec

    mpcec Senior member

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    Hey guys, if any of you chance across a fwk aviator jacket from last season (navy ripstop sz. 1), please shoot me a PM. My girlfriends car was stolen with that jacket in there and I'd really like to get her another one. Thanks.
     
  15. BlakeRVA

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    Daiki has gone rather bold this season (and S/S 14) on the patterns. I must say I enjoyed his A/W '12 collection more than this one. However, I really hope that blue salmon vest will go on sale, but it's EG so probably won't.
     
  16. Mazzasan

    Mazzasan Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone provide feedback on this season's Bedfords? I'm very new to EG and have a single shirt in size small (Dayton) however i'm normally a medium in most shirts (although often fit small i.e. Gap and BR however Gitman i am medium). Are the bedfords true to size or larger? Suit size is 38. Don't think there are any stockists near me so i will most likely have to order online. Thanks for your help!
     
  17. slide13

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    It can vary depending on fabric. Herringbone wool fits bigger than serge wool this season for sure. Best thing is to figure out the one you want and find a couple sites that provide measurements and choose based on that. I got a medium in this seasons chambray workshirt and I'm a large in the wool herringbone and an XL in the serge wool.
     
  18. mbaum

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    Slide13 is right on: Herringbone is huge, serge wool is more TTS: The serge wool in L fits me like a fitted jacket, Herringbone is very loose.

    Same with shirts. Lafayettes for example in flannel are huge, other fabrics more TTS. Work shirts are big, too and long. The other day, I was complaining how that fantastic navy heathered cotton in L fit like a sack of potatoes. Walked into a local store that had it in M, tried in on just for a laugh and ... looked awesome and bought it.

    So you have to futz around a bit with sizes. Check especially PtP and shoulder measurements against well fitting jackets/ shirts you got. When in doubt order two sizes and return the one that did not fit. It's worth it.

    Mike
     
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  19. Mazzasan

    Mazzasan Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the helpful responses. Think i'm gonna pull the trigger on a medium.
     
  20. crosswound

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    make sure you attempt to try to pull the trigger first at drinkwaters :fistbump:
     
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