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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. Chameleon

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    Thought about getting another caramel cords (they're the best!), but grabbed the lagoon cords and blue steel twill instead. Any of you have the calvary twill? Is it wearable year round, or too heavy for that?
     


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    :) and she's still growing!
     


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    You clearly have excellent taste. I just grabbed the caramel cords last night but have been thinking about the lagoon cords, the blue steel cavalry twill and the gray twill (and many other options, but that's more or less what I've narrowed it down to). I have two pairs of the cavalry twill (tobacco and navy) and they really are excellent - really comfortable and versatile fabric, very well made. I probably wouldn't wear them in temperatures above 80 or so, but you could do that if you were going to be in A/C much of the time.
     


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    Haha, nice! You're gonna love the caramel cords. Mike wasn't lying in the video... If I could wear them every day, I totally would. They have really nice colour depth too. Lots of great choices this round though.
    Ah, that's good to know. I'm looking forward to seeing how the twill makes up.
     


  6. peppercorn78

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    Woooo! Cashmere sport coat. Can't wait to start wearing it. I was worried that a big pattern would be too 70's sportscaster, but this is definitely subtle enough to fit in my almost professorial wardrobe:

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    Caramel Doyle and the liberty print Capri x a Seiko 5

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    I have some cavalry twill and wear them all year except in the very hottest days of the summer - high humidity and temps around 90º+.
     


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    You're a madman!

    I find C.Twill to be wearable from 75F on down. I have a thick pair of Loro Piana that hug the leg, which necessitates a lower temperature.

    I've gotten a couple wears out of my Gable C.Twills in Olive -- excellent with Tweeds!
     


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    Maiden voyaging two pieces of choice EP gear: the new cashmere Dartmouth and Alden x EP Brixton boot:
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