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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. MGoCrimson

    MGoCrimson Senior member

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    Just ordered the Uetam string loafer in snuff... but I need a moc style on the Xim last, right guys? Right?
     
  2. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Senior member

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    Vass sold

    that was fast

    (no one should be surprised) [​IMG]
     
  3. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Senior member

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    The first rule of #menswear is that you cannot have too many pairs of suede shoes.
     
  4. macjedi

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    rydenfan! It's on the Xim last. Per Mike's recommendation, I went 1/2 size smaller (7.5) and they fit great. I'm a 9D tts, 8UK forest last, 8.5D Barrie … apparently 7.5 in the Carmina loafers.
     
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    MGoCrimson Senior member

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    Argh, there would be no hesitation if there was a penny in my size but double string loafers?!

    Anyone know if a 8UK Xim might work if 8.5UK Rain is barely wide enough?
     
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    Hhhmmm. I am 8.5TTS and 8 Barrie and 7.5 Rain. I went 7..5 but maybe 7 would have been better?
     
  7. sarteaga

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    Sadly none in my size. However, I did grab these
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    Nice pick-up! I want to see what else they had on hand.
     
  9. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Senior member

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    Loafers were .5 sizes too small..... Asked for a shoe horn and everything to try them on
     
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    What size are you?
     
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    9.5 US. 8.5 UK (loafers were an 8 UK)
     
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    I'm a US11 and they have an 11UK in the Hawthorne Loafer; I figured I would try it on since I'm a size 12 in regards to sneakers. It fit but a little too loose, especially since as Mike said, the loafers stretch a little.
     
  13. rydenfan

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    Well I bought the 7. No idea if they will fit or be too small? But should be tough to move at this price if they don't work. Thanks again to SVB!
     
  14. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Senior member

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    a few more special offers:

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    Eisenhower Loden Suede XL: $350

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    Eisenhower Espresso Suede XL: $350

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    Eisenhower Navy Melton Wool L: $150
     
  15. applky

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    OMFG I have one of those suede jackets and wear it constantly. Talk about an in-season deal.
     
  16. chrispy650

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    Great turnout at the store. Picked up 4 shirts. The 50% off was really awesome.
     
  17. SushiOfTheGods

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    Really wanted some stuff but dayum Epaulet's stuff are like hotcakes! I guess I'll try my luck with the Sales section. Anyone want to sell me size 36 walts and/or rivets? :)

    Super awkward position (had to hold the door from closing) because I don't have a full mirror to show my whole body in my condo. Navy Doyle with Carmina x Epaulet "Ellison" captoes. I think I need to buy more Epaulet goodies.
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  18. sarteaga

    sarteaga Senior member

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    I would have been all over the Expresso suede jacket but their XL stuff runs like an L on me sadly
     
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    Place was crowded, luckily I was the second person in. Picked up a Kamigata jacket in washed Nissinbo Mills chambray, and a EPNY white oxford button down. Very pleased with both pieces.
     
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    Totally enjoyed my visit. So cool talking to Mike and Adele, as well as guys (and gals) coming to the store. Hung out there till about 4pm, almost got late to the event in DTLA - the traffic was pretty heavy. Found myself buying a pair of Hawthornes, grey Wilshires, camo chinos, grey sneakers, a couple tees (thanks Mike!), a scarf, a Lunchino, and an olive Doyle.
    Carmina was such a deal, holy cow.
     

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