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ENGINEERED GARMENTS FW19

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Not sure if this has already been discussed but EG x Uniqlo no collar coat is pretty great. Heavier than I expected but really nice piece. Could be sized down if someone prefers but I never size down, tts is pretty roomy fit and works great with current seasons loose EG silhouettes.
I have XS and S and I'm going to return one but I can't decide. My true size is Small.
 

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Anyone tried going for true EG size in either Painters or Fatigues? What I mean is going for M if I wear M in jackets, shirts, etc. My waist is 32 so I should go for S in pants but I'd much prefer a fuller silhouette with full break or a bit of stacking, like on Nepenthes' pics.
Size M in EG pants equals to 34 waist so too much for me, but inner drawstring and belt might do the job - my main concern is the butt area, any advices if this will work? I'm worried about too much excess fabric there, werid fitting in some place etc.


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Anyone tried going for true EG size in either Painters or Fatigues? What I mean is going for M if I wear M in jackets, shirts, etc. My waist is 32 so I should go for S in pants but I'd much prefer a fuller silhouette with full break or a bit of stacking, like on Nepenthes' pics.
Size M in EG pants equals to 34 waist so too much for me, but inner drawstring and belt might do the job - my main concern is the butt area, any advices if this will work? I'm worried about too much excess fabric there, werid fitting in some place etc.
Yup, I've never sized down on pants (but I haven't bought any pants from this season yet..) I know sizing down for fatigues has been the norm for looong time - however I never have. In regards to excess fabric, the high waist cut on EG pants help I think. If you are after a looser fit - go for it!
 

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Anyone tried going for true EG size in either Painters or Fatigues? What I mean is going for M if I wear M in jackets, shirts, etc. My waist is 32 so I should go for S in pants but I'd much prefer a fuller silhouette with full break or a bit of stacking, like on Nepenthes' pics.
Size M in EG pants equals to 34 waist so too much for me, but inner drawstring and belt might do the job - my main concern is the butt area, any advices if this will work? I'm worried about too much excess fabric there, weird fitting in some place
Howdy, I normally wear 29-30 but I have like a 28” inseam so I went for an XS in the natural painters. I posted pics a few pages back. Even with the XS, I have a half inch of excess around the waist so I always end up tying them tighter. I wear them high waisted and there’s still plenty of room in the seat too. Depending on your height, I would say S. This model from Indigo & Cotton is 6’3”, 30” waist, and wearing XS if you can believe it.
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EG pants fit big this season IMO and I’m heavier at the bottom which says a lot. T2S medium in other brands and I wear a Small in EG pants this season and they still fit big in the legs. Last season SS19 the pant fits weren’t as baggy...
 

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The easiest way to make people ignore how shitty the pants fit this season is to stick your hands in the pockets
 

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Funny enough I had to size up on the Andover pant this year.
EG pants fit big this season IMO and I’m heavier at the bottom which says a lot. T2S medium in other brands and I wear a Small in EG pants this season and they still fit big in the legs. Last season SS19 the pant fits weren’t as baggy...
 

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The easiest way to make people ignore how shitty the pants fit this season is to stick your hands in the pockets
I didn’t buy any pants this season yet but why do you think they fit shitty?
 

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I didn’t buy any pants this season yet but why do you think they fit shitty?
I think he just means they fit too baggy this season. The ground pants fit really big compared to last season’s for example.
 

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I think he just means they fit too baggy this season. The ground pants fit really big compared to last season’s for example.
I love baggy pants so happy to hear that.
The worst fitting EG pants I tried were SS19 Fatigues, I truly despise cropped fit and hope that won’t be a norm in upcoming summer seasons.
 

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I love baggy pants so happy to hear that.
The worst fitting EG pants I tried were SS19 Fatigues, I truly despise cropped fit and hope that won’t be a norm in upcoming summer seasons.
I tried on the fatigues and they didn’t work out for me. For some reason, the hip area bulges out like equestrian pants.
 

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