Engineered Garments SS12

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  1. slide13

    slide13 Senior member

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    yeah, EG does fit a little narrow in the shoulder, all part of their fit I think. I can usually fit ok in a large though (and I'm a large in Gitman as well), I guess I've gotten used to it. This season is slim though, I'm still considering the natural workshirt but I will need to size up to an XL in that one I think.

    wearing my khaki Douglas shirt today for the first time, I really do love this thing!
     


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    received my EG natural workshirt ... thing is sick! but after seeing the dayton shirt in khaki, i think i want that instead plus i already have the polka dot workshirt in same color but wiht dots

    anyone know who will carry the dayton shirt in khaki?

    if someone wants my workshirt in small let me know ... if not i might send it back to context and wait for the dayton :)
     
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    What's the sizing like on the Douglas shirt? Is it a little bit bigger like this past winter's CPO shirt?
     


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    kind of glad i don't have any money or else i'd blow it all on this collection.

    may pick up some olive shorts though.
     


  5. slide13

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    Never tried on the CPO I'm afraid. The Douglas fits about the same as the FW11 workshirts (specifically the chambray as I found my flannel fit larger than my chambray) in the chest and shoulders, but more roomy in the lower section.
     


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    Thanks for the input. Was trying to see if I could layer a same size work shirt underneath.

     


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    Thanks for the input. Was trying to see if I could layer a same size work shirt underneath.

     


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    Thanks for the input. Was trying to see if I could layer a same size work shirt underneath.

     


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    You can but it would be snug if the workshirt is already a trim fit. I had mine on over a chambray earlier today and it was a little slim but doable.
     


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    Thanks for the input. Was trying to see if I could layer a same size work shirt underneath.

     


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    So you just wear them a little too narrow in the shoulders? All my Gitman mediums have wider shoulders than this EG large.
     


  12. slide13

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    Yeah, I don't think they are too narrow to wear, they are just on the narrow side of what I find acceptable. My Gitmans on the other hand are on the wide side of what I find acceptable to wear. Both are the best overall fit options for me from the respective brands.
     


  13. Najee D.

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    Definitely one of my favorite SS Collections in a while. However, my heart sunk to my knees when I noticed that we used a similar (or even the exact same) fabric on one of our SS shirts as EG. :embar: Otherwise, there's much too much to choose from to even pinpoint what I like this season. The stuff's just too damn good.
     


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    I need something in that Peacock print. Holy shit.

    Anyone know the story with this shirt (style, print, stockists)?
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