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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. Michigan Planner

    Michigan Planner Senior member

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    That turquoise Donegal tweed! :worship2:
     
  2. metranger8694

    metranger8694 Senior member

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    I bought a pair! Not a southern comfort, but if I have to travel to a blizzard to wear them, I'll do it. Turquoise is my fav. color....

    Mike, what is the upper temperature range of comfortability of donegal tweed trousers...
     
  3. AndyC

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    Thanks, gents. I'm a little nervous on sizing/fit, so I'm a little gun shy on picking up additional pairs...but still very tempted.
     
  4. fairlynerdy

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    Grabbed the turquoise donegals. Just so amazing. Mike, may need to adjust to a 35 depending on your thoughts on flare.
     
  5. Pastor

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    I don't see the Cream of Wheat in the drop down any longer. I did try to check out with it about 5 minutes ago and it said that there was no inventory. After that I could no longer see it.
     
  6. badsha

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    Yeah missed out man. Aw well, there' more stuff to come.
     
  7. lifeinabox

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    Same here but went with Driggs. Second guessing myself if I should stick with Walts.
     
  8. bkotsko

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    I can vouch for the Barberis Grey Tartan Flannel. It is serious.
    I love mine.
     
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  9. Burzan

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    This^^^ wow those are stunning.

    I can't be buying any pants right now but I sure am regretting that decision at the moment. The Rusts, Cream of Wheats, the turquoise Donegal, man some great fabrics already. I need to put aside $1000+ and try and jump in the game next time the Ends comes around.

    I will really be upset next week with the Rivet Ends since I know that fit is pretty much bang on for me.
     
  10. Goodman

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    I got my email confirmation - so I finally broke my Ends for Friends cherry.
     
  11. NewYawker

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    DAMN! that blarney stone donegal looks amazing.
     
  12. badsha

    badsha Senior member

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    I think Kiss The Blarney Stone Donegal looks like the UK Ivy Marl Donegal Tweed

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  13. Mr. Six

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    Mike, what's the scale of the charcoal houndstooth like? I remain on the lookout for something like the ones in this picture.

    [​IMG]
     
  14. Pastor

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    It's suppose to be in the 70's this weekend so I'm waiting for the cotton and linen cloth. Hopefully, the cold days are behind us (at least here in South Louisiana) and by the time these get here it will be just right for lighter weight trousers.
     
  15. FatCatPhil

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    DOH!
     
  16. Shouldaville

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    Never mind...I had chocolate check
     
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  17. ahjota

    ahjota Senior member

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    Chessboard tweed! That one's a great fabric.
     
  18. Epaulet

    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Huge Windowpane Black Blanket is a really fun fabric - just enough for one pant. Soft as hell.
     
  19. metranger8694

    metranger8694 Senior member

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    Mr. Six. Here's a pic. I picked this up last time. Really nice. The grey is darker than this photo.
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  20. Mr. Six

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    ^ Hmmmm. Looks bigger than the graphite houndstooth that I picked up a while ago. Thanks!
     

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