Engineered Garments SS12

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. Oldboy

    Oldboy Senior member

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    Yeah, I haven't seen anything yet that's a must have

    The Angler shirt looks good

    Agreed on the floral prints :uhoh:

    As always, I'll probably pick up a workshirt. They're my favorite shirts ever, I think I have at least a dozen now.
     


  2. FlyingLotus

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    I was hoping they would do a SS Brookline, but not a fan of the camo.. Hope there's alternatives
     


  3. astris

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    Is it just me, or do the workshirts look more FW than the current FW workshirts?

    I do need some earth tones, but I'm not usually feeling that in middle of summer.
     
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  4. timpoblete

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    Fan of the chambray polka dots and the light blue fatigue pants. Newport pants too.
     


  5. mike868y

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    wow. i may have to hold off my fw blazer purchase for this.
     


  6. alex99

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    How did a Mark McNairy piece slip into the collection? Not a huge fan of what's been posted so far, save for a couple of shirts. Hopefully there are more patterns and fabrics we have not seen yet.
     


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  8. Edd

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    that beige CPO style Overshirt looks great. Don't do florals or polka dots, and think camo is best left to the battlefield. Sometimes less is more. :)
     
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  10. the_state

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    print on this shirt is insane. i hope they do another run of the fatigue shorts and USN pants exactly like SS 11. Those were all staples for me last summer.
     


  11. shoreman1782

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    There's at least one more option

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    Edit--I guess I understand the distaste for the camo print on the other Brookline, but it seems a pretty great piece to me. Can't believe someone hadn't thought of it before. Milsurp on one side, navy with a camo quirk on the other. Also don't think it's farfetched to call it a McNairy piece, he and Daiki seem pretty tight
     
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  12. prurient

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    For me, it's an Angelo Urrutia piece.
     


  13. pseudonym

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    ^ What do you mean?
     


  14. the_state

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  15. BlackToothedGrin

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