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Engineered Garments FW 14

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. timpoblete

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    My bad, guys, I've been buried in work over here so I missed this. That's the Hooded Interliner in Brown Fair Isle Fleece. Other items in Brown Fair Isle Fleece: Knit Vest Shawl Collar Knit Cardigan Gym Pant Knit Blazer Bucket Hat Damn, @timpoblete holding it down as usual. Thanks for all of your hard work dude!
     
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    I'm liking the forthcoming season.

    As a bigger guy (43" chest) I'm guessing I need to avoid the Andover in XL, but should be okay with Bedfords and iffy on Bakers?
     
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    In general, Andovers and Bakers are slimmer than Bedfords. They haven't made a Brookline in a while, but they tend to be on the generous side, like the LDT blazer.
     
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    Collection is amazing. Really want one of those hunting jackets and a pair of cargos
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    my chest is 49 and i can squeeze into f/w andover, xxl better
     
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    Squeeze as in forget buttoning?
     
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    no i can button but i don't know what your waist is like, mine is pretty small relative to the rest of me
     
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    xl should be around 22" p2p, around 23" for xxl and bureau usually carries some xxl, other models like the truman/brokeline/ldt/irving run bigger though
     
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    my brookline runs slightly slimmer than the bedford. But I've noticed some retailers measure from the side seam to side seam for p2p, and others give the true side to side measurement, sometimes there's a significant difference depending on the cut. My large bedford is 22" side to side but 21.5" seam to seam. I have a 42" chest and it fits fine. I don't think waist should matter too much since EG jackets are cut loose at the hem anyway.
     
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    I disagree that the Brookline runs large. I've got one from SS12 and one from FW13 and both fits as small and tight as the Andover.
     
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    well, its eg so not like previous seasons are a good indication on sizing this time around, mok should be good in most xl's though
     

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