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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. Epaulet

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    Agreed @FrankCowperwood ... it's stunning!

    And yes, English Drill & such will return.. I'm just waiting on some bigger swatches so that we can do a proper online presentation of it. The old pics were getting a little bit long in the tooth.

    @CLTesquire the Khaki shade is going to be a much better match than mist for an olive Barbour jacket.. I'd definitely recommend that. Mist is going to be a bit too much tonal green IMO.

    @JSO1 amazing... that came out so boss! Thanks for ordering.

    I agree with both of these guys for the reasons stated. This might be a nice guide...

    If it's going to be your only pair of cord trousers and you don't already own a bunch of cotton pants: get caramel

    If you've already got cords or other go-to cotton trousers: get corduroy tweed

    This is awesome.. thanks so much for posting the photos!

    @kickstand The whole look is so killer!

    @lifeinabox so good. That's got to be the best fabric that Gitman has ever used.
     


  2. Epaulet

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    Thanks for all of the trouser orders guys! I found some old-school pics of different fabrics made up...

    The notorious @StanleyVanBuren in camel moleskin...

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    And Navy Moleskin from our very first trouser shoot (I think in Winter 2010)...

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    This dude looks a LOT different now...

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    ^ they kind of look like the White Brooklyn version of LMFAO with the shades.
     


  3. FrankCowperwood

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    Kid Rock worked at EP?!?!?

    Great to hear about the drill fabric. I’m definitely in for another couple of pairs!
     


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    Dartmouth and Individualized floral shirt. Also Carmina boots.

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    @Epaulet - Any chances of another round of the Schott peacoats?
     


  6. Epaulet

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    @FrankCowperwood haha.. it is borderline Kid Rock-ish.

    And sure thing, I'll get some bigger swatches from them next week.

    @peppercorn78 dude, this is fantastic! Love that shirt to death.

    @Michigan Planner ah man, I wish. I really loved that jacket.. it was so freaking boss and old school.

    I'm a big fan of Schott's products, but after a while we just couldn't sell it. I've always had a really discerning customer base, and once the product gets more distributed with other stores in our realm, people lose interest. By the last run of stuff that we did, it was hard for us to give away. Like LBM1911 and Thorogood and such. That's largely why we only make our own stuff now.

    But that said, I heartily recommend their US-made peacoats. They don't have that model, but they've got a bunch of others.
     


  7. FrankCowperwood

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    Went a little nutso with the cords/moleskin. So many nice fabrics and so many great trouser shapes...

    Getting the lagoon cords as Gables and asked for the corduroy tweed in self-beltless Easy Pants!
     
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    I forgot to say that the 38 worked perfectly for the waxed doyle. thanks.
     


  9. Duke Silver

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    If I didn't already have the corduroy tweeds (in fact, am wearing them right now), I would absolutely steal this idea. Those will make up amazingly.
     


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    You frickin stud! Those are some killer choices Frank.

    That reminds me, maybe I should laguna an ez pant
     


  11. FrankCowperwood

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    Thought about that myself. Feel like the wide wale cords would make nice ez pants too.
     


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    That is essentially what I wore all of ‘97 and ‘98.
     


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    Great look!! Are the pants Walts or Rudys?
     


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    Walts.
     


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