Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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  1. randomkoreandude

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    mike any plans to make more belts? I would love matching chromexcel and natty belts with my tassels and pennys!!!!!
     


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    Can anybody comment on the material for the cavalry twill? Sounds almost chino-like in the description. Thanks.
     


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    Mike, tell Dylan thanks a lot for the Barcade suggestion. That was pretty fun, met some cool people there.

    I was so overwhelmed with other things/hanging out with friends though I never gotta chance to stop by your store. Ahhh maybe another time!
     


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    After going full broke on the chinos (4 or 5 and just kopped the shorts) it's time to get into some Epaulet shirts. I fit perfect into a 14.5x32 Brooks Brothers Extra Slim- anyone of similar measurements care to share their Epaulet sizing? This damn store is addicting and +1 on the Epaulet diet.
     


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    After going full broke on the chinos (4 or 5 and just kopped the shorts) it's time to get into some Epaulet shirts. I fit perfect into a 14.5x32 Brooks Brothers Extra Slim- anyone of similar measurements care to share their Epaulet sizing? This damn store is addicting and +1 on the Epaulet diet.

    I wear this size as well in BB Extra Slim. (Actually, I'm more a 14.5x33.) Epaulet small is the way to go for you. Have fun! My condolences to your wallet.

    - K
     


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    I wear this size as well in BB Extra Slim. (Actually, I'm more a 14.5x33.) Epaulet small is the way to go for you. Have fun! My condolences to your wallet. - K
    kg your identical to me [​IMG] i am also a BB extra slim in 14.5x33 and i take a small in epaulet and am a solid 36 chest [​IMG]
     


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    received another compliment on my kicks today

    so i have two pairs so far (chromexcel tassles & natty pennys) by epaulet and i plan to buy many more. first of all, these shoes are UBER comfortable straight out of the box. I highly recommend sizing down the 1/2 size as recommended because these babies form to your foot. the quality is amazing ESPECIALLY for the price point. you can not go wrong grabbing any of mike's hand sewns

    thanks mike [​IMG] [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     


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    kg your identical to me [​IMG]

    i am also a BB extra slim in 14.5x33 and i take a small in epaulet and am a solid 36 chest [​IMG]


    If I'm not mistaken, we also have the same shoe size. [​IMG]
     


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    If I'm not mistaken, we also have the same shoe size. [​IMG]

    Yup ... im happy to be your asian twin
     


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    BTW, those tassels look sweet. Are those RRL officer chinos?
     


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    BTW, those tassels look sweet. Are those RRL officer chinos?

    good eye my friend ... attempting to wear as often as possible since im in that blake x RRL contest [​IMG]
     


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    good eye my friend ... attempting to wear as often as possible since im in that blake x RRL contest [​IMG]

    Ah, yes. I read about that. Good luck!
     


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    mike any plans to make more belts? I would love matching chromexcel and natty belts with my tassels and pennys!!!!!

    Haha, funny that you should ask. Last Friday we received some gorgeous new in-house belts in Brown and Black Chromexcel. I'll get them online later this week, and the brown one will hook up with your shoes perfectly!

    congrats mike you are in selectism for the crazy penny.

    http://www.selectism.com/news/2011/0...nt-chromexcel/


    Ah, thanks the posting the link!

    Really looking forward to the sweaters! Would you know the price brackets for these?? [​IMG]

    Hmm, I'm not exactly sure, but I remember them being between $250 and $300. We'll have a few models and the cardigans are a bit more expensive than the pullovers. It's a brand called "Howlin' by Morrison" that we bought at Capsule last season. The fit is spot-on and the quality is amazing. Made in Scotland too.

    Can anybody comment on the material for the cavalry twill? Sounds almost chino-like in the description. Thanks.

    Just dropped you a PM about it. Calvary Twill is wool, but it has a strong heft - kind of like duck canvas. It's a great material to wear with Indy Boots, 1000 Miles, and Thorogood 685's.

    Mike, tell Dylan thanks a lot for the Barcade suggestion. That was pretty fun, met some cool people there.

    I was so overwhelmed with other things/hanging out with friends though I never gotta chance to stop by your store. Ahhh maybe another time!


    Will do, and glad that you had a good time in NYC!

    received another compliment on my kicks today

    so i have two pairs so far (chromexcel tassles & natty pennys) by epaulet and i plan to buy many more. first of all, these shoes are UBER comfortable straight out of the box. I highly recommend sizing down the 1/2 size as recommended because these babies form to your foot. the quality is amazing ESPECIALLY for the price point. you can not go wrong grabbing any of mike's hand sewns

    thanks mike [​IMG] [​IMG]


    Thank you sir - really glad that you're so pleased with them! Thanks for posting the pic too - they're a great match to the RRL's.
     


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    Still lovin' the Japanese madras from SS10... [​IMG]

    What are these pants? Woolrich? Looking good.
     


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    Received my Our Legacy parka (Thanks Mike!) and it is fantastic. Anyone thinking about grabbing it from the sale page should not hesitate.
     


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