Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
Any idea when you will get resupplied with Rivet Chinos?
Snow Day! New stuff in the sale section.
Epaulet blue OCBD
On Mike's earlier point about the collar size change, for example, this shirt is an XS which means it came with a 15" collar. After cold washing and hang drying only, it now measures 14.5" exactly. So the new pre-shrunk collar size of 14.5" is going to be perfect for me.
Aww man. Just payed full price for those tweed trousers.
Good stuff in the sale section though, guys.
Mike, I see that there is an option to do a special order for UK Navy Sanded Canvas in Rudy cut. Is it possible to do it in Walt cut?
You can ask for price adjustment.
Interested in a couple of sale items and I have a couple of questions:
If TTS, does the topcoat have enough room if worn over a suit?
Also, for the Weller sports coats, are they comparable to slim/custom fit stuff from say, RL (e.g., RLBL)? I do not own any Epaulet and unfortuantely moved out of NYC.
On a side note, has there been a navy blue sports coat with patch pockets? I've been in the market for one...
Ugh that sale just did some damage on my wallet.
Great prices though.
Mike, a while back I think you mentioned a Chessboard Tweed jacket MTO was possible - if so, what's the pricing on that?
I have an MTO in exactly this...
pity the geelong cardigan is sold out in my size.
I'm going to recommend those Barena knit sportcoats to everyone. I'm very tempted to get another color in that (I have the green). Sizing is very true to EP sizing overall. I went with a 40, which is the same I go for in other EP SCs.
Lots of other great stuff in there...
Here's the green Barena with heavyweight Tweed Walts and Third coast lake effect snow. The knit coat has something a Tyrolean look to me.
The Wellers aren't as slim as the RLBL sport / suit coats. I'm a 42L in RLBL but a 40 (and should be a long) in the Weller.
Please let us choose the new collar! I'd love the white and blue oxfords, but not with the old collar.
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