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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. L.I.T.

    L.I.T. Senior Member

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    That purple basket weave with some brown horn buttons....definitely players ball ready.
     


  2. JSO1

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    Agreed, picked one up as well.
     


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    My goodness I can't wait to see pics of some these made up. What a great selection of fabrics.
     


  4. Epaulet

    Epaulet Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Okay guys.. last update for today! Sorry, I'll need to shoot the videos for the new stuff tomorrow. We sold a ton through email and in person appointments, just ran out of time.

    Vitale Barberis Cappuccino Wool-Linen Check (very classic)
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    E. Thomas Turning Leaves Seed Stitch Wool Tweed (this is freaking awesome)
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    Di Pray Taupe & Cream Basketweave (got texturez for dayz)
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  5. peppercorn78

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    Great job, @Epaulet that is a fantastic assortment of speciality fabrics! Will there be any further additions tomorrow? Any chance of something green? :)

    That lovely dark LP Olive bunting Check seems to have gone quickly. And this piacenza cashmere’s too. They were all gone by the time I first found out they were live. :(
     
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    Hey all,

    Everyone feel free to hit me up if you've got questions on any of the fabrics! I'm really pumped on the breadth of selection available.

    If I can shout out a few fabrics:

    Fox Lovat Herringbone Flannel - this totally knocked me out when I found it. Lofty and soft and the color makes for a killer, slightly out of the ordinary suit without seeming out of the ordinary. I think this would make a killer suit to split up as well (bonus points for patch pockets or a ticket pocket!)

    Drago Ruddy Brown Windowpane - another suit that's begging for patch pockets. A killer cloth that's easy to dress up or down. Throw a Capri collar shirt with this or a white spread collar oxford and tobacco knit. Pretty much a perfect Spring/Summer (or three seasons in the south).

    Loro Piana Monaco Grand Prix Check - this is one of the most baller fabrics I've seen from Southwick. It's bold as hell, but I think it's more refined than a cotton madras and insanely versatile. The wool is insanely light and is just begging to be worn all Summer.

    Fox Oxford Grey Glen Plaid -
    I love how trad this fabric is. Again, super lofty and soft, and a bolder take on the usual Glen Plaid. Would look killer with some winter white Flannel trousers and suede Belgian loafers for that ultimate baller look.
     


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