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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. justtemple

    justtemple Senior member

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    I agree. It really fits with the pinpoint oxford look. I'm really happy with how the pockets came out on our flannel shirts, so I'm going to definitely going to run the next batch of Buttondown collars with them. I'll keep the Spread Collar and French Cuff shirts pocket-less.

    Well you just guaranteed a burgundy button down purchase with that bit of info. Without spilling too many beans, how far off are we looking at the Farinelli collaboration from being released?
     
  2. JOA

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    I'll definitely give the BD shirts a try if you're adding a pocket. It was the one thing holding me back, but I always use them on all my shirts.
     
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    xr4ti Senior member

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    Quick question if I am a size 11 in Clark Desert Boots what size should I get in the Thorogood boot, 10.5 or 11?

    Thanks for the help.
     
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    I agree. It really fits with the pinpoint oxford look. I'm really happy with how the pockets came out on our flannel shirts, so I'm going to definitely going to run the next batch of Buttondown collars with them. I'll keep the Spread Collar and French Cuff shirts pocket-less.

    Awesome. I agree on the spread collar / french cuff shirts - they're too dressy to have a chest pocket.
     
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    Do one of your parents happen to be a giraffe? [​IMG] The measurement is the circumference of your neck. Or maybe you just left out a 1?

    The neck on the XL is 16 1/2 which, I believe, is pretty standard for a 22" pit-to-pit.


    no my dad has a turkey neck. And so do I.
     
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    Any chance any of the new oxfords will be made in XS?
     
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    epaulet,

    to be honest, ive been on SF for some time now and ive never payed attention to ur store and ur offerings.

    today, for the first time, i got curious and clicked on the styleforum at epaulet party logo. i saw the party pictures that includes all the people, ur store, ur store's layout, and ur products. i have to say, i'm very impressed. i then started reading all the related threads to epaulet and found out about the epaulet x styleforum shirt which ill definitely order. u definitely have nice quality stuff.

    thx for sponsoring SF!

    cheers,

    henry
     
  8. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Any chance any of the new oxfords will be made in XS?

    Fo' Sho' I'm not sure if I can make all three colors in every size, but they'll definitely be some XS and XXL on the upcoming delivery.

    epaulet,

    to be honest, ive been on SF for some time now and ive never payed attention to ur store and ur offerings.

    today, for the first time, i got curious and clicked on the styleforum at epaulet party logo. i saw the party pictures that includes all the people, ur store, ur store's layout, and ur products. i have to say, i'm very impressed. i then started reading all the related threads to epaulet and found out about the epaulet x styleforum shirt which ill definitely order. u definitely have nice quality stuff.

    thx for sponsoring SF!

    cheers,

    henry


    Hi Henry,

    Thanks so much for the kind note. We're working like hell to bring out a steady stream of interesting and quality pieces. We've got a ton of things in the works for the next few months. Glad you dig it!

    Cheers,
    Mike
     
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    Shot over a PM over with my choice for Alden's this year. Please check whenever you get a chance. Thanks again for all the advice thus far!
     
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    Hey Mike,

    Are you guys planning on making any Charcoal, Black, or Navy shirts soon?
     
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    When will the new ties be available?
     
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    Mike,

    Got the SF flannel and Nau jacket in the mail today. The Urbane is great -- and it'll see some use real soon, considering that there's a 90% chance of rain for me this weekend. o_O I can definitely see the Neil Barrett comparison, too.

    Random question--when you made your buy, did you as a retailer pick an NGO to donate to?

    Cheers!
    AJ
     
  13. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Hey Mike,

    Are you guys planning on making any Charcoal, Black, or Navy shirts soon?


    Yes, we've got an awesome Navy shirt coming in the next delivery. It's a dark navy brushed cotton with a really subtle black plaid over it. Buttondown collar, chest pocket, dark smoke buttons. Hell M-F'in yeah.

    When will the new ties be available?

    Oh man, I should have them online next week. Sorry that I've been so slow with these. I promise that it will be worth the wait!

    Mike,

    Got the SF flannel and Nau jacket in the mail today. The Urbane is great -- and it'll see some use real soon, considering that there's a 90% chance of rain for me this weekend. o_O I can definitely see the Neil Barrett comparison, too.

    Random question--when you made your buy, did you as a retailer pick an NGO to donate to?

    Cheers!
    AJ


    Thanks AJ! And thanks to everyone on the forum who recommended Nau. I had never heard of them before and I LOVE their products. We're selling them really well, and I dig their company ethics. The Urbane jacket is killer.

    If anyone out there needs a gift for the lady in their life, we're carrying their Down Vest, Down Cocoon Trench, and Down Stole. The Down Stole is bananas.

    And no, I didn't get to pick an NGO. I'll ask them about that. Maybe the wholesale contributions all go to the same place.
     
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    dark navy brushed cotton with a really subtle black plaid over it. Buttondown collar, chest pocket, dark smoke buttons.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Right? I'll have swatches to show you guys next week. This shirt was inspired by a trip to Orvis. I love their "Viyella" shirts, but I'm not so crazy about the Steve Harvey fit. So, this will be a soft outdoor shirt in our usual slim fit.
     
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    I love ties because they always fit - yes I have body image issues
     
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    As a sales associate for an Orvis store, I can attest to the 'M' size being able to fit a small country inside. If I couldn't get Gokey boots for half price I would def be picking up your Thorogoods.

    Right? I'll have swatches to show you guys next week. This shirt was inspired by a trip to Orvis. I love their "Viyella" shirts, but I'm not so crazy about the Steve Harvey fit. So, this will be a soft outdoor shirt in our usual slim fit.
     
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    tonio028 Senior member

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    Before opening Epaulet, I was Lomographic Cameras' product manager for about 7 years. They hooked up a little interview on my shop. I tried to be all clever with my responses.

    http://lomography.com/magazine/blog/...e-shop-epaulet


    Good shit, Mike. My girl may have finally grown tired of all the cheap, poorly made mall brand clothing she's been living off of for a while now. I've slowly been downgrading my closet, and rebuilding it with higher quality items lately and I think she might finally be ready to start doing the same. I never paid attention to your woman's line, but I love your men's shirting to date obviously so I will be sending her your way. She may even try calling the shop for some general advice, who should I have her speak with to get her on track do you think? Ask for you or the fiance?
     
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    Mike, I remember you saying that it's hard to find jeans that fit due to your awesomely muscular legs, but I didn't realize what you meant until I saw that last photo in your interview. You could knock down buildings with a well placed roundhouse kick!
     

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