Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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

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  1. Michigan Planner

    Michigan Planner Senior member

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    My gym has a steamer in the locker room and I use it on my OCBD shirts each morning. If I didn't have access to one there, I'd definitely be buying my own.
     


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    want to see photos from karaoke last night

    also why am I awake right now
     


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    Just copped the Nightshade Walts.
     


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    Baby camel hair MTO blazer showed up in the mail yesterday. I'm used to the USPS Epaulet boxes, when I saw something from Southwick it took me a moment. The blazer is KILLER. Many thanks to Matt for helping me make the decision on the liner. Very happy with the stripe. Will try to post a fit pick later.

    this is still in the box. the packaging job by Southwick was impressive
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  5. FrankCowperwood

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    Killer indeed. Love that lining. And that was pretty darn fast too, it seems. Will look forward to shots in the wild.

    Also, ivy marl shawl cardigan:
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    When is the vest coming out? Been looking for one to layer underneath my peacoats for a couple years now and this may be the one! :slayer:
     


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    Insane camel hair. My order is on hold pending a sizing decision but I think I'm going to style it just like that, liner and all. I thought about patch flap pockets to make it a little more casular and outwear-y. Not sure if it is really worth it. I might go with the inset flaps to keep it basic. Anyway, nice score!
     


  8. Epaulet

    Epaulet Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Hmmm tough question. We're moving through Nightshade pretty quickly, so you'll want to jump on that if you decide to got that way. They're both nearly equal in weight. Nightshade is a really cool and unusual color. Navy Donegal is a solid basic. One thing to consider: when it comes to Navy or Salt/Pepper Donegal a lot of guys order a matching jacket down the road. It makes up as a great suit and as very wearable separates - especially in Navy. If you think that you might want a matched jacket at some point, then go with the Donegal.
    Great! Glad that you're so pleased with the MTO Rivet process. We've been getting great feedback, and we'll definitely try to expand what we offer next year.
    Thank you sir! You're going to love them!
    Awesome! It made up so nicely! Thanks for ordering it.
    Which vest? We have a few units remaining of the Cashmere Veneto vest: http://epauletnewyork.com/products/veneto-quilted-cashmere-vest That's the only piece that we have en-route. We can make vests (no lapel) or waistcoats (with lapel) from Southwick as well. Price depends on fabric, but figure most will fall in the $250 - $300 range. Feel free to email us is you're interested at any point. I have to say, a Camel Hair waistcoat would be pretty freaking boss.
    Many of the guys ordered the camel jacket with a breast welt and open patch pockets on the bottom. One of them had white MOP buttons and working cuffs. It was really freaking cool!
     


  9. Epaulet

    Epaulet Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Bartlett Jacket Next Week

    Hey guys!

    Dylan and I met up with stanleyvanburen, his lovely wife, and a bunch of LA friends last night. In keeping with the party scene, I wore the final sample of our "Bartlett" jacket - the asymmetrical zip perfecto-style piece. We'll have this in stock by early next week. It will come in Black and Navy cowhide, priced at $950.

    Please ignore the goofy faces in these pics. Give me an open bar and screamingly loud rap music, and this tends to happen with me. Note that the first shot has a bit of wide angle distortion. Dylan isn't actually 12 feet tall.

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    Stanley wore his guncheck Marcello jacket (which is getting a lot of love in fit pics lately...)

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    But things took a turn after the jacket came off...

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    And here's a photo of the singing action. I'm wearing a t-shirt from my friend Joel K's new line, Echo Park Surf Squad. If you ever dreamed of a t-shirt that mashes up Vanilla Ice and Morrissey, he's got you covered:

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  10. FrankCowperwood

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    Karaoke looks like nonstop action. Will have to try that someday.

    Had the Carmina shell balmoral boots on today:

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    Continuing my series of slightly off self timer shots...
     


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    Hot damn.

    I'm visiting New York next week, and Epaulet is #1 on my must-visit list. I think I might have to come with cash instead of plastic, or the damage could be severe....
     


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    As a rule, I've never been a fan of BD coats of any sort. I realize they have their place and all, but I just don't dig them. THIS one however, is tight. Love it.
     


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    I also don't like DB that much, but I agree, this one looks great. I could see myself wearing something like that. who makes?
     


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    Thanks. It's a Mackintosh. And it is making me look forward to the EP Harris tweed DB I have coming to me.
     


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    If anyone is interested in a size 32 in the grey wool corduroy rivets (Mike posted pics last week), I have a pair that I'm undecided on. They turned out pretty rad, but I just can't see myself wearing them that often. Happy to share all the details and answer any questions over PM.
     


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