Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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    Whoa, that sounds dope! I bet that the cigar PTB's are great too.

    Haha, I hear you. This will be here when you're ready to upgrade :slayer:


    Thank you sir! Gunmetal's still a while out, but we'll get a few darker colors in our 8/25 delivery. A few new fabrics too - including a really great and nearly bulletproof Bedford corduroy.

    Thank you! Really glad that you like the fit. When you're ready for a cotton pant, check out our Rivet Chinos - the fit is very close to the Smith jean but a bit larger in the thigh. It should be a perfect fit on you.


    Awesome, thanks for picking it up! I've been blown away by the great reception these belts have received. We needed a solid belt that spoke to our chinos and trousers, and I'm thrilled with how these came out.

    I freaking love leather. We're developing a full in-house collection of leather goods for the Fall - made on both the East Coast and West Coast. I'm also THRILLED to say that we're going to have an amazing soft leather briefcase for the Fall. The project of making my own bag never panned out due to production issues, but I found a supplier in Montreal who makes a beautiful piece. Great leather, really clean stitching, lots of handwork, and a really perfect classic design. We'll get it the first week of November, and it's going to be priced out at around $600.


    Nice, really glad that you're pleased with the shirt, and thanks for your patience!
     
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    Brown Chromexcel Double Prong Belt: $110

    Our Double Prong belt has arrived! This thing came out ace. It's a perfect match for jeans and chinos. For trousers, it works great with thicker fabrics (tweed, moleskin, cords, UK Twill). We received 24 units for this first run, and I have every size covered.
     
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    Oh, and really fast update. Somehow our awesome Chocolate Flannel pants from last year didn't make it to the deadstock sale yet. I've got 5 units on hand, and I just put them on clearance. These are bananas-nice:

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    Slim Walt Trouser Chocolate Flannel: Was $185, Now $93
     
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    Grabbed those with a quickness...
     
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    Just broke my cherry, birthday gift from the Mrs.:

    Sale Black Stewart Tartans
    Western Cmxl Belt
    12 oz Rivets.

    These will be some go tos for my casual wear this fall/winter. Can't wait to get em, will post reviews and pics here. I just have a feeling this is going to be the start of something good.:D
     
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    Brown chromexel belt arrived today - stoked. This is THE perfect everyday belt!
     
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    Followed PiJ's lead and also snapped up the chocolate flannels.
     
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    And not to steal Mike's thunder, BUT two new Girlfriend shirts are up as well.
     
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    could not resist, even though i'm guessing these are somewhat heavy. In comparison to the pine worsted, how much heavier I wonder.

    These and the pines have got my trouser world looking pretty good. Time to up my shirt game now.
     
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    If only they were Rudy's :(
     
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    you sound like rachel zoe. these pants are bah-nah-nas! I die.
     
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    Thanks for all of the orders guys! We've got our work cut out for us on Monday.

    Our new Midnight Blue sportcoats are going online tomorrow at 6PM. Here's a little preview of the whole suit in action:
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    Same here. Snagged the last pair of 34s. Love the color. Might have to slim the legs but that's no biggie.
     
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    I own both...the chocolate flannel is a little heavier than the worsted pine, but not as heavy as the moleskins. I live in Texas, and wore the shit out of the chocolate flannel trousers until about mid-May, when I retired them until fall. In more normal climates, I can definitely see both flannels being comfortable year round.
     

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