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Engineered Garments FW 09

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, May 26, 2009.

  1. himself

    himself Senior member

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    awesome scarf...

    i have the popover in the reverse color of that print and it's one of my favorite shirts.
     
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    timpoblete Senior member

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    Not a fan of how they styled a lot of those looks, with the exception of a couple.
     
  4. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    I like how the guy in the last pick did the scarf. Also, the red plaid shirt in most of the pics looks pretty good. Almost wish I had picked it up, but I've spent too much on shirts already this season.

    Also, the Bird Shooter isn't bad, but I agree with JO3B, the FW07 version I liked more.
     
  5. bye4now122

    bye4now122 Senior member

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    Woa wait, are those all FW09 items? What's the name of the longer jacket, the wool mid thigh length one? That's unbelievable.
     
  6. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    ^^^The wool mid-length jacket in the 5th and 6th pictures from the top is the Chesterfield. Check my signature for stockists if you're interested.
     
  7. ToruOkada

    ToruOkada Senior member

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    How does the fit of the tab collar shirt compare to the 19c BD?
     
  8. robin

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    Yoox has some navy wool chesterfields right now as well.
     
  9. Drinkwaters

    Drinkwaters Senior member

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    The fit is more comparable to the Classic Shirt which is trimmer and has a standard tail construction.
    We do have some of the Gray Chambray available. Small and Medium.




    How does the fit of the tab collar shirt compare to the 19c BD?
     
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    Not a fan of how they styled a lot of those looks, with the exception of a couple.

    Just curious, why not? Its interesting to hear peoples thoughts on styling.
     
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    From Dice&Dice



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    Man, those Viberg boots are so oversized, very boorish.
     
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    From Dice&Dice

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    Probably the only one I could even see myself attempting to pull off.
     
  14. timpoblete

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    Just curious, why not? Its interesting to hear peoples thoughts on styling.
    I'd like to hear other thoughts too. Here's some of mine: [​IMG] This almost worked, but maybe another color vest, like green (as in the shoes) or replace with a white shirt. There's just no flow with the jacket to everything else. [​IMG] The colors are good, but I'd prefer the shirt tucked in and a middle layer added. [​IMG] This is almost good too, but the pants are too baggy for the fitted jacket and a different color pocket square would be nice.
     
  15. ToruOkada

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    This one's great. I think the colors work well together. Might go with one of the other brighter flannels for more of a pop.

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    This is probably my least favorite one. The jacket just seems too formal to be worn in this way and also looks about a size too big. Look would be much improved if you just took off the jacket.

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    The chesterfield in this and the other photo both look a size too big and I agree with timpo that a mid-layer would help a lot.

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    Costumey.

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    Incongruous in a way that I can't even get on board with. It mixes cold/warm weather clothing as well as formal/casual. If I saw a person dressed like this without any context, I wouldn't be able to tell what kind of weather he's about to walk into or what he's about to go do.

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    I like this one alot. Colors are great and I don't mind the fitted top with the more relaxed bottom. Spot on in my opinion.
     
  16. JOA

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    Fits from Suplex
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    I love the fits/stylings of Suplex. I often try to recreate them.

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    This one's great. I think the colors work well together. Might go with one of the other brighter flannels for more of a pop.

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    I like this one alot. Colors are great and I don't mind the fitted top with the more relaxed bottom. Spot on in my opinion.


    These aren't bad, but not as good as what I mentioned about the Suplex fits. I guess I find their fits simpler, which I prefer.
     
  17. himself

    himself Senior member

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    will any conus stockists be carrying anything from the intermediates line? especially the chinos.
     
  18. Edd

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    green trousers look hideous on all them styles. Infact them khaki green style trousers shouldn't be worn with anything else besides a white t-shirt or casual white shirt. Just my opinion of course!!
     
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    Quick PSA: Bloomies has 30% off EG starting tomorrow as part of their private sale (picked up the green tab collar shirt). Does anyone know if Barney's has something similar now or in the near future?
     
  20. timpoblete

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    Dice&Dice from Friday [​IMG] [​IMG] I like both of these fits better than any that were in the previous Dice&Dice set. I think a scarf would have been nice in the Chesterfield fit. The shawl collar puffy vest looks good. Too bad not too many US stockists (according to Mister Crew).
     

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