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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
Have worn that same jacket/trouser combo numerous times.
Just got a few new pants back from the tailor.
Maiden voyage for the Rust Wool Rivet's. The fabric on these is ridiculously nice!
Wow, I would have thought for sure those were Walts. They look fantastic
With all the winter pix out there, if you need a commando soled boot..... I still have basically a brand new Epaulet x Alden Taunton Captoe Boot for sale in a 9D Barrie. I definitely will be ordering a 9.5D as soon as I can for just slightly more wiggle room for the toes
Another question: did you decide if you'll offer the Smith canvas in an olive-ish color that you were considering before?
I definitely wish I had picked up the Cramerton cloth trousers when they were around. Here's another shot of Mike, doing the whole menswear lookbook I'm walking with shotguns thing.
yep, we definitely need a re-release of the cramerton in rudy
Only asking b/c the EP fisherman shawl is sold out. This is the same sweater, ya?
I just wanted to pass along an endorsement of the snorkel jacket. I bought one in black on Friday in anticipation of the messy weather on Saturday. I wore it all evening on Sunday night... Insanely warm, blocked out the snow, and looked great with the rest of my clothes. I highly recommend it. Great value too.
I never post, but these cash-mink trousers are the greatest pair of pants I've ever had the pleasure to caress in the dark for hours at a time.
I've been going through photos from 2013 recently. Here's a shot of the French blue rivets in Istanbul.
Wow, was that taken near the fish market?
epaulet: any chance of a restock on the v-neck sweaters? or new colors?
In between Eminonu and Sirkeci ferry stops, right where people are able to park their cars for the ferry ride.
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