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Engineered Garments FW 2012

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. S-NMBR

    S-NMBR Senior member

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    I think you wear EG and friends in a very perfect way.
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  2. lawlercon

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    thank you so much! wish more people would post fits! it's really awesome to see everyones interpretation of the brand and how they wear it on a day to day basis.
     
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  3. slide13

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    I need to find a good way to get some fit pics...every time I take some they look like crap so I never post them. And I agree with S-NMBR, you definitely wear EG better than most. I'm very happy to see EG moving away from the slimmer fit and back to a little more generous fit, SS12 was just too slim to fit me right. FW is much better already but my the old chambrays I picked up for 09 or so are the best fitting of them all for me.
     
  4. S-NMBR

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  5. Knisse

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    I need your guys help.

    Has the bedford been made in different materials? I have seen a very soft looking one made in cotton/linen, and a (from the looks of it) more heavy made in calgary cotton.. are these observations correct or?
     
  6. mtre

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    Has anyone tried on the USN Whipcord pants yet? How do they fit? Is the material thick?

    Thanks in advance...
     
  7. Drinkwaters

    Drinkwaters Senior member

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    Yes, the Bedford has been made in many materials both lined and unlined.
     
  8. Lendo

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    The fit is similar to the oxford fatigues from the ss. I have those in a 30, and the whipcord pants are a little bit slimmer. It's more pronounced as the fabric's much thicker.
     
  9. mike868y

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    hey gary did you put up your FW buy yet?
     
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  11. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    thanks!

    just a clarification, is the 100% whipcord the cotton whipcord, or is there a wool whipcord out there as well?
     
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  12. Drinkwaters

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    the ones i tried on were 100% cotton
     
  14. mike868y

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    thanks. i really want to pick up an olive wool piece this season. either one of the blazers or that shawl collar shirt jacket.
     
  15. timpoblete

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  16. dixonmanor

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    Cruiser looks a little lighter, weight-wise, than last FW. The one I picked up last year has got a pretty significant quilted lining. Can anyone speak to the lining on this year's version?
     
  17. mike1445

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    Dammit, 19th bd, cruiser, usn pants, I don't have loot for all that...Bedford jacket brought my attention to EG but now I'm a full on fan, great photos of some really nice pieces.
     
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  18. JO3B

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    i've come to the conclusion that there will always be several things i want from EG season to season, but the overall collection just isn't as solid as it used to be. i need to find a way to rationalize that first 19th century you posted, timpo.
     
  19. Fycus

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    i want that mandarin collar pullover shirt
     
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    Great sounds exactly like what I want. I've ordered a khaki pair, might get the olive pair as well if they are nice.
     

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