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Engineered Garments FW 15

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jun 20, 2015.

  1. rusticchasm

    rusticchasm Senior Member

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    I'm 5'1", 125lbs, athletic chest and shoulders
    I would say the length was spot on, the sleeves were maybe 0.5-1" too long. The chest was probably 1-2" too wide
     


  2. tobiasfunke

    tobiasfunke Senior Member

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    I'm 5'11 ~160 with a 38" chest. Am I a S or M in EG shirting? Measurements vary greatly depending on the store.
     


  3. Peter1

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    I am roughly same size with 39 chest. Medium fits me best, though previous season workshirts have actually been a little tight in the chest. Can't imagine a S would fit well unless you have narrow shoulders. But yes, measurements are variable, so best to know your chest/shoulder measurements and use that as a baseline.
     


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    I'd say you're solidly a Medium but fit definitely varies across shirts. I size down to small on the workshirts as they tend to run pretty large.
     


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    Just called them and placed my order. Much cheaper than buying it off TBB too since im not paying intl charges! whooop! thank you for the rec
     


  6. tobiasfunke

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    Do SS15 workshirts fit smaller than current ones?
     


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    Latest drop at TBB includes the tweed/herringbone Bedfords.
     


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    That I couldn't say.
     


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    Damn dat tweed bedford! Kinda jealous. Got the HB last year and while I love it it lacks the structure the tweed one (probably) has.
     


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    First I've seen that TF jacket in the wild. Anyone have experience with their leathers? I just picked up a Falcon MA-1 so I'm out of the market for a minute, I was considering the cowhide TF for a second though.
     


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    damn! i just realized that it was the navy 6w BTN pants that i wanted, not the B1P...haha, ah well! too similar to grab both?! i know the answer to that...damn!
     


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    The B1Ps will be much easier to wear unless you're way deeper into EG than I realized.
     


  13. blue peter

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    i'm getting deeper by the season! but, I don't think the BTN trousers are that "out there." if you fold down the high waist (which I think is the intent), then they simply look like the B1P but a little more visually "interesting?" imo. the extra fabric probably means I wouldn't wear them to the office, while I would the B1P, but I don't think it makes them totally out there...imo, anyway.

    damn, I really am becoming more and more of a fanatic, though - I pretty much won't buy anything but EG now, not that I buy that much, but steadily amassing a wardrobe of EG while selling off stuff I bought back in my college/early post college days!

    i'm a little obsessed - or so my wife would tell you! haha
     


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    Looking to get a grey EG Bedford but can't decide between the tweed or herringbone. can anyone give any opinions on either? thanks

    Tweed
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    Herringbone
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  15. ramdomthought

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    There is some iteration of the herringbone every season. I'd go with the tweed just for the fact that you might not see it again (and is pretty awesome, visually)
     


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