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Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.

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  1. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Senior member

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    Having some serious storage capacity issues myself. Even been driven to the extreme of visiting the Container Store Web site.
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    Nothing wrong with that. Their hangers aren't all that bad. I'm going to go with them over THP from now on. Ignoring the hype.

    And yes, I have THP hangers.
     
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    One of my clients just married a woman who organizes closets for a living. I'm thinking about having her do ours, but I'm not sure if I want anyone I know professionally to find out just how many shoes I own.
     
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    Wow. Can't wait to see what kinds of Rivet options get rolled out. I'm still waiting for the restock on the fabric for Moss and Desert Duck canvas, so those will be my first 2 special orders once the fabric is available.
     
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    I have a pair of these and I am really loving them. I find that they actually get more comfortable as the day goes on.
     
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    I think summertime quiet also has something to do with lots of its night-time denizens spending lots of summertime weekends in the Hamptons etc.
     
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    x-post from Alden thread - Color 8 Brixtons with grey herringbone windowpane Rudys from the very first round of FF. I had to drop some stuff off with my tailor today and I was wearing these. She was completely in awe and couldn't stop talking about them....who makes these? where did you get them? were they expensive? do you have to use mink oil to give them that shine? :D

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    Like the edging on the boots, where are they from? I have a pair in Ravello, and really like them.
     
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    ^ boots are Epaulet...still waiting on the same model in Ravello, the wait is now around 30 months from the original order. Hopefully Alden can get their shit together and fulfill that one!
     
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    MTO rivets: to clarify, this means I can order the 5 pocket jean style model in tweed?
     
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    Am looking forward to the restock of these. Put in a special order because, if my best guess is right, I take a size a bit smaller than Epaulet usually stocks. Am getting a bit edgy with anticipation.

    Read an article here which at one point mentions that prepaying for items and the concomitant waiting and anticipation makes the eventual experience of the goods that much better. Guess I'll get to see soon. Hope what should be my first carmina shoes live up to what I've read here.
     
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    Scarlett Walt:
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    Look forward to that too, will need to special order a size
     
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    Mto rivet! This is going to be fun.
     
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    bit on the grey donagel mto jacket
    and a sweater
    ouch
     
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    Hey guys, any chance of some white 7oz chinos in 31s? Super keen on them :(
     
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    Before I ordered a pair I thought Walts were going to be super high rise. The measurements listed say 12.5". I have quite a few pairs and finally got around to measuring them (they fit just like any other dress pants so I wasn't "feeling" the high rise phenomenon). I measured many pairs of my Walts and keep getting a rise measurement of 10".

    No complaints, I like how they fit, but just wondering if I'm going crazy or something. Measuring the front rise should be pretty straight forward stuff. Am I doing something bone headed?
     
  18. xander_horst

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    The differences in rise measurement generally stem from whether you're starting your ruler at the crotch seam (where the 4 panels come together) or at the actual bottom of the crotch that you arrive at when you lay the pant flat.
     
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    Man, that combo is awesome. And the Brixtons are looking GNARLY! We're keeping hope alive for the Ravello [​IMG]

    This is bold as hell, but awesome.

    Thank you! You'll love the Donegal jacket. I can honestly say it's one of my favorite jackets in my arsenal.

    Ah, we don't, unfortunately. I believe we cleared those out a couple of months ago.

    If you're looking for something in that family, check out the 8 oz Clay. It's a nice off-white tone and is very wearable year round.

    xander_horst is correct. If you lay the pants flat and measure from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the crotch (past the seam where the panels come together), it will be in line with our measurements. That's how we measure them out.
     
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    Mike,

    I'm curious just got my Navy Sanded Duck and I thought the tag said to dry clean, yet I read this in the description "They'll feel quite rigid at first, but after a few washes and just a bit of wear the fabric will soften up considerably" should I wash them before cuffing, and can the be washed on a regular basis.
     

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