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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. FrankCowperwood

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    Sashiko Kamigata will be so outstandingly fresh, if they do that.

    Of course, I'm in for the one wash denim as shown.

    And I was thinking more about the design and I can really see where EP is coming from: If you want a traditional noragi, they are out there at some price or another. The point here, as I understand it, is to have a piece that's inspired by the noragi, but is distinctive and specific to Epaulet. Very good.

    So I'll just keep thinking about internet clothes, then. :)
     
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    What shirt are you wearing in these photos?
     


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    At the very least...a group buy. You've got one order right here
     


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    I've been looking at cowboy & roper boots a lot recently, and there's just so much out there. I thought we obsessed over details, but that's a whole different world.
     


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    Nice work, Matt. Great shape! Looking forward to the final product.
     


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    Sidian Ersatz and Vanes. Most commonly available at Barney's and LN-CC.
     


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    Great look SVB. That also looks like a tattersall Ashland shirt from a few years ago, if I'm not mistaken?

    And +1 to SVB's question about metal taps on Carminas; I'm fairly punishing to my shoes' heels and toes. I get rubber ones nailed on to the heels to prevent premature wear there, and because they're less slippery than metal ones (important for heels), but am interested in the metal ones for the toe.

    @cyc wid it You wear those charcoal flannel Walts extremely well and with many different fits.
     


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    Wool/Cash/Mink today for the inaugural run.
    Color is almost as deep as the Ravello.
    Natural light and Florescent light comparison shot

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    thanks, ry
     


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    The gentle, substantial arch of the Gitman Ashland cutaway collar. The love affair continues.

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    (Both points always touch the body. My posture and neck were just off because I took the pic myself. SVB this was the shirt I read you as wearing in your previous pic.)
     
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  13. Reginald Bartholomew

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    If you were going to a summer wedding, and the only suits and sport coats you have are entirely too heavy, what Epaulet option would you go for?
     


  14. applky

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    I'd get the Luigi Bianchi Mantova SC and match with lightweight wool trousers. Most summer weddings usually are casual enough for this.
     


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    My brother-in-law was visiting from Chicago and he has an interest in Western boots and ropers so I took him to a place here in El Paso that I'd heard about but never visited. It's an outfit called Rocketbusters and they build hand-made custom boots for celebrities and anyone who wants to pay over $1K for some over-the-top boots. I could never wear any of their boots (or any cowboy boots for that matter) but they are incredibly impressive. The owner, Nevena, came out and spent some time chatting with us. She is quite a character but I guess you have to be to be doing something like that for all this time.

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    www.rocketbuster.com
     


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