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Engineered Garments FW 2012

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

  1. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    i love the way you dress.
     
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  2. YOLO EMSHI

    YOLO EMSHI Senior member

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    where to kop the leathers plz?
     
  3. the_state

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    Does anyone have a stock list for the herringbone desert pants? They look awesome.
     
  4. Drinkwaters

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    Milano's Tailors
    796 Lexington Ave
    Manhattan, NY 10065
    Neighborhood: Upper East Side
    (212) 888-3233

    I've been told that these guys are simply the best in NYC.
     
  5. prurient

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    Nice! Can't wait to wear the pink one I got weeks ago. NYC weather is getting chillier.
     
  6. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    About to pull the trigger on the navy camo bedford, can someone comment on the bedford fit this season?
    Also, does anybody know what other items came out in the navy wool camo? I know of the cruiser jacket and I think theres also a longer parka type coat, anything else I'm missing?

    tia
     
  7. Fycus

    Fycus Senior member

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    There's a store that did a small run of the CPO overshirt in the camo fabric, but its ridiculously overpriced because its an exclusive. Stick to the bedford, go TTS
     
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    Would you give me the measurements of the desert pants, please?

    thank you.
     
  9. workhorseblues

    workhorseblues Senior member

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    Can anyone tell me what the fit on the 19th Century Button Down is like this season?
    Thinking of getting the denim version—not sure if I should go with a small or size up to a medium....
     
  10. Drinkwaters

    Drinkwaters Senior member

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    FYI

    It has been posted that members have received the Tab Collar Floral Flannel Shirt from Drinkwater's and they surely did. However, these were special orders. We do not stock this article, Sorry!

    There are no more available for me to order.
     
  11. canstyleace

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    Does anybody have an item in the navy camo wool that could comment on the fabric, particularly on how warm it is?
    I'm thinking of getting this for SoCal and wondering if its gonna be too warm to wear it down here, tia.
     
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    Just ordered the olive serge wool Baker. I went true to my EG shirt size, which is a Small. Anyone got one of these and can comment on the fit? Should I have sized up?

    I am kind of between a S and M in a Bedford.
     
  15. Gmas

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    I tried on the floral flannel 19th and it was actually fairly roomy. I'm usually a Medium in shirts because I like a slimmer fit, but size up to a Large in outerwear. A Medium in the 19th shirt fit me easily except for being a tad on the short side. That said, I loved the fit and wouldn't think about sizing up to a Large. FWIW I'm 6'0 and about 185 lbs.


    Tried on the wool camo Cruiser. It has some good weight to it for sure, but it wasn't something I picked up and thought "wow, this is ridiculously thick". Not sure what temps you're looking at it for - it was still substantial and personally I don't think I'd wear it until it hit close to single digit celsius temps here in Canada.


    Tried on the olive Baker as well. Check out my first response for my normal sizing, but I tried on a Large and it fit perfectly.
     
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  16. the_state

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    I think a medium would suit you better. the small may be tight in the shoulders/chest.
     
  17. the_state

    the_state Senior member

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    Does anyone know US or online stockists that carry the light blue work shirt (w/ black buttons)?
     
  18. canstyleace

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    Thanks for the help G, I guess I have to really think about this one then......
     
  19. Brattman

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    What's the sizing like for EG pants? I'm particularly interested in the USN pants. I've tried on the s/s cinch pants, and found that the 32 fit a bit tighter in the waist than I expected. I'm typically a 30 or 31 in most brands I wear (eg., W+H, N&F). Any recommendations for sizing on the USN pants?
     

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