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Epaulet Blue OCBD, sz S, lot of 2

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I'm phasing out some of my old oxfords to make room for Epaulet MTO shirts (if you're not familiar with Epaulet's new MTO thing, get it together and check it out here )

These have seen a pretty decent amount of wear, but they're still in great shape. Cold washed and hang dried. Blue oxfords are a staple in my wardrobe, so I'm selling two to one for the price of 80.

"But, Thebarsmydestination, why so cheap?"

Well, there's a caveat. I removed the darts on these by hand. The stitch marks are basically invisible, but there are some pulls in the fabric caused by my inexpert hand. Still, for 40 bucks a pop they are fantastic casual shirts (honestly, an oxford is ALREADY a casual shirt by design) and if you really wanted you could have any tailor or dry cleaner put the darts back in using the old creases as a guide, or, if you have an iron you can press out the creases and make the ex-darts even less apparent. Please see the close-up photos for more information!

Really, you can't beat 40 dollars a pop for these shirts. PM for more info. Shipping overseas is extra depending on where you're at.


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