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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. aldenfan

    aldenfan Senior member

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    Does navy pair with grape? I'm not so good with color coordination sometimes...
     
  2. Don L

    Don L Senior member

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    @sacafotos I think it is.

    @aldenfan I find it works well with Navy
     
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    sacafotos Senior member

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    I'm the guy who might wear a white or off white button down over a colored t shirt to balance out the outfit.

    I have a plum colored trouser that I wear with a pine green shirt and a striped, off white button down. For shoes, I have a grey suede chukka with laces approx the color of the plum trousers. I personally like it.
     
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    MTO black & tan rivet chinos


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  5. sacafotos

    sacafotos Senior member

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    Anyone have their grey denim? I believe it's the Walt fit in 14 oz. Would love to see a pic.

    @StanleyVanBuren

    So the Rivet cut is the most relaxed? Looks pretty slim-straight; can't tell the difference against the Walt. Looks great.
     
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    Hey, nice shot! Deets on the jacket? Thx.
     
  7. Don L

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    Pale yellow Khyber Walt's

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  9. rydenfan

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    No dice on Walt/Driggs ripstop...they are Rivet only
     
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    Back to my original thought...
    Tapered rivet as an option?
     
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    i'd be in on this for sure. rivets are great as is but a smaller leg opening would definitely be a nice option!
     
  12. StanleyVanBuren

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    Thanks; mine have been tapered below the knee. OTR they are slim-straight though.
     
  13. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Well, we can always swing a personal MTO on that.

    Or, we can set up a group buy for it. Getting a medium brown scotchgrain is hard with Carmina (it's either very light or very dark), but we could do it in a great calfskin. Dainite sole would be a winner.




    Sorry guys, I failed to brief Adele on my plans to throw a wrench into her usual organization.

    We're not going to officially offer that, but we could do some Ripstops for SF members. The solid colors that are available are grey, olive, brown, woodland digital camo, and navy digital camo - you can see them in the Rivet section. How about this - if anyone is interested then drop me a line with how many pairs of pants they want (we can work out the details later, I just need to know the total quantity) by Monday. I'll then order the fabric to cover that and we can build out an online item to let you choose details and such. Price for Ripstop MTO's would be $175, and then can be made in Walt, Driggs, or Rudy.
     
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    WESOME Mike! Thanks. I'm out on Martha's Vineyard but I'll drop you a line over the weekend. I'm in for a few pairs
     
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    Epaulet Blackwatch Pants
     
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    And nice collar roll there, Eddie. :nodding:
     
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  17. FrankCowperwood

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    Caramel canvas Driggs and grey EPLA OCBD

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    Huge shoe sale just dropped.
     
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    Some great stuff indeed. I grabbed the split-toe Carminas. I'd been thinking about trying a pair of Carminas for a while now and this was just the little push that I needed.
     

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