Engineered Garments FW 11

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  1. sqjones

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    jonathan+olivia has it. Nomad aint getting it. they don't let the two stores carry the same stuff.
     
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    For $550! Don't get ripped off guys. I love inventory, but that pricing on the snowflake seems so unfair. Actual RTP is only $450.
     
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    Nomad isn't gonna get it, Jonathan+Olivia has it. They're not aloud to carry the same product




     
  4. 1969

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    This was posted up on the Bows plus Arrows blog-- Brookline quilted reversible...pretty sweet.

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    What's people's thoughts on the North Wood in terms of colour? Olive, khaki or black?
     
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    ^I like the olive.
     
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    Grey andover jacket or Charcoal brookline?

    I like the idea of the brookline being reversible, but I like how the andover looks/I kinda wanted a 'blazer' for the fall.
    Who knows, maybe I'll end up with both, lol.
     
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    anyone know how the brookline fits? not sure if i need to go XS or S with a 36 chest
     
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    would a xs workshirt be okay in length for someone 5"8/9 ? i'm not worried about the fit just length. to wear untucked i only sometimes tucked.
     
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    I got the brown/grey stripe work shirt in XS and was to tight in the chest for me but perfect everywhere else. I ended up exchanging for a small and it fits perfect. Its a little longer than i'd like but nothing major, usually the difference in length is .5-1inch for the XS to S.

    I'm 5'9, 135pds.
     
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    that brown/grey striped shirt does seem to fit small in the chest. I looked at it in a large (my usual EG size, though sometimes I can go medium) and it was pretty tight in the chest for me as well. I have a twill plaid and a chambray workshirt from them in the same size this season and both fit great and on the comfortable side of the spectrum. That particular fabric just runs small I think.
     
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    engineered garments fair isle knit tie courtesy of gary at drinkwaters

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    Nice tie, just a tad long
     

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