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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. bry2000

    bry2000 Senior member

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    Thanks. I am hoping for the same. Coming on 3 months now...
     
  2. razl

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    A couple of quick ogle shots of those 2 MTO shirts I mentioned above.

    That Canclini.... That Titano...

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    I just want to add here that my MTM Dartmouth SC has now become my favorite article of clothing.

    That is all.
     
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    EFF Indigo linen today. There's no way denying that these are an incredible "blue" trouser and they're a bit more ambitious than what I normally wear. That being said, I received 6 separate compliments on them today so alright!

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    Mine are due to arrive Monday. Thanks for posting!
     
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    I'm looking forward to getting mine as well!
     
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    Thanks for posting those. They look great! Was just about to ask if someone could post a photo of the Titano. Does that fabric seem well suited to four-season wear, especially in the summer?

    Also looks like Artisan collars all around?

    @CLTesquire looking great in those Indigo linens! Is the true-to-life color just a shade lighter/brighter than your photo above? @DapperDan08 @Nik Telford you guys will love yours. Once it's warm out I'm all about linen Walts, especially Indigo.
     
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    I'd agree they're a bit brighter in real life. The lighting in my office is sub par for sure. It's an amazing, saturated blue.
     
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    I'm in hot, humid Florida and perspire easier than most, so I'm more sensitive to heat related questions - but I'd say that the Canclini Titano (the soft "broken stripe" one) will be fine for me to wear about 95% of the year. On the hottest of hot days, I have other shirts that are lighter/airy'er that I would prefer but that's more because of me. In somewhere slightly less God forsaken and temperate, it would be a year round shirt no problem.

    As an aside, the other Canclini "no name" blue with white stripe is slightly, but noticeably, lighter and a little more open of a weave; I'd wear that 100% all year long.

    Oh, and no, those are Medium Spread (7S) collars, not Artisans. Since I had no first hand exposure I agonized between the two and finally settled on the Medium Spread. I like a substantial collar, my Mazarelli's are my best go-to example, and the Artisan on paper seemed to be comparable, but something about the Artisan's look in pictures didn't appear to my eye to translate as well; especially sans jacket, as well as my Maz's do. Amazing how similar they can compare on paper but still present so differently.

    Hope that helps!
     
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    Thanks, @razl. This is very, very helpful. I'm in NYC, where it gets hot and humid but not on Florida levels, so the Canclini Titano Hand-Sketch Stripe should work for me year round. Some of the photos on the website make it seem as though it has a greyish cast, but your photo makes it look like it's squarely in the light blue family. Is that right?

    And I'd say that the Artisan is a great collar with or without a jacket. It sits on the shirt whether you have stays in or not. I was a fellow skeptic -- it seemed just a tad too big -- but I'm a convert. A note that I've only gotten it on lighter fabrics, and I always ask for the infamous "Ladies Light Lining."
     
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    Epaulet Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    @applky there's actually two "Titano's"... Razl has the first colorway which is white & light blue. The one that you like is a darker indigo & greycast mix. But yeah the weight is going to be excellent for year-round.
     
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    Ahh, that's helpful to know. Will follow up with you Mike on e-mail.
     
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    Like Epaulet mentioned, mine is the white with blue stripes and reads IRL exactly as that. Those sketch stripes are so cool in that it still seems like a pinstriped striped shirt but with a softer, subtle quality that's just great.

    Now that I'm successfully through the growing pains on my first order, I may just give it a whirl on my next. Thanks for the lining tip!
     

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