Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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

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  1. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Senior member

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    A look at the western shirt for you:

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    I like the color of this denim shirt. Is this the greencast one from the FF round?
     
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    Got my first pair of walt wool trousers, really nice. Nicest pants I own so far. Thanks guys....

    At first I thought they may be to big, but after trying them again I think they're okay. They stay up without a belt, if I move very much they will start to slide down.

    I had to get a 36 as a 34 is just to small.
    I'm wondering about the chance of 35's being carried in the future as I think that would be my perfect size for the walt trousers.
     
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    Quote: Judging by the responses so far, it doesn't seem to need more reiteration, but the denim shirts are boss. It seems to be the universal response on these. Got my engineer yesterday and I'm guessing I'll wear it everyday through the weekend, if I can swing a few really casual days at the office Thursday and Friday. Super beefy, soft from the get-go, and great attention to detail, yet again.
     
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    Take a quick trip to a tailor - if you don't have one, check with a good local store like Nordstrom or look on Yelp. Walts (and nice trousers in general) are designed to be easy alter in the waist and going from a 36 to a 35ish waist is a piece of cake and fairly inexpensive. It's worth it to get a perfect fit!
     
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    Yep. It's gotten quite softer too.

    Worst case is you visit a tailor. Before they started carrying 31, I would just take a 32 and tailor that.
     
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    Just got back from the tailor, after seeing them in a full length mirror, I don't think I want to mess with the size. They look awesome, I love the way they look so just had her hem the legs. Cant wait to see how warm the tweed is. Think I'll order another pair.
     
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    and so it begins...[​IMG]
     
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    Post a pic, man
     
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    Yes, when I get them back next week I'll post a pick, these pants are awesome.
    One problem, now I need a new blazer, this tweed makes my tweed blazer look really cheap.
     
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    I dig that coat. My favorite fits from you are like this, where there is only one high impact piece on a more subdued background. Cleaner and more effective to my eye.
     
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    Welcome to the club!

    This is where understanding significant others become crucial. Or lying, but I don't recommend that...
     
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    Between the Veneto overcoat and the callenish, which of the two is warmer?
     
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    Don't mean to clog the thread, but received an EP package yesterday w/ the longsleeve grey speckled Lazio polo and the ultraviolet/charcoal flannel shirt. Chose to wear the ultraviolet today and holy cow, is this shirt amazing. Fabric is so beefy but still light and with great drape. No doubt SVB can vouch - I remember you got the Blue/Red in the same fabric from your contest entry.

    The flannel is definitely my favorite shirt pickup yet from EP. Can't wait for the Lazio's maiden voyage tomorrow for the new year.
     
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