Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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    edubs01 Senior member

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    When is the exploded flannel restock supposed to arrive?
     


  2. Epaulet

    Epaulet Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Is there usually an email notification sent when an order ships?

    Yes, but they're often blocked by commercial accounts (yahoo, gmail, etc). If you PM me with your name or four-digit order number, we can send you the tracking info.

    When is the exploded flannel restock supposed to arrive?

    Working on getting it before Christmas. I've got three huge releases coming in the next 7-10 days, so I'm pouring on the pressure!
     


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    received my shirt today, hella soft.
     


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    Yes, but they're often blocked by commercial accounts (yahoo, gmail, etc). If you PM me with your name or four-digit order number, we can send you the tracking info.

    The good news is that the package was attempted to be delivered today. The bad news is that apparently the package required a signature and I wasn't home at the time.

    Is this something that I could request not have happen on any future orders? So far it appears that the USPS sucks for dealing with signatures (thanks to USPS policies and my work schedule, I won't be able to pick up the package until this weekend at the earliest). [​IMG]
     


  5. Epaulet

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    The good news is that the package was attempted to be delivered today. The bad news is that apparently the package required a signature and I wasn't home at the time.

    Is this something that I could request not have happen on any future orders? So far it appears that the USPS sucks for dealing with signatures (thanks to USPS policies and my work schedule, I won't be able to pick up the package until this weekend at the earliest). [​IMG]


    Sorry about that - I know that trips to the Post Office are a pain in the ass. We can definitely work with you, but f you live in an urban area, then USPS and UPS won't deliver without a signature whether we specify it or not. That's the case here in Brooklyn.

    If you can get it delivered to your job, that's usually the best scenario. But sure, drop us a line before your next order and we'll figure out the best method for shipping.
     


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    Sorry about that - I know that trips to the Post Office are a pain in the ass. We can definitely work with you, but f you live in an urban area, then USPS and UPS won't deliver without a signature whether we specify it or not. That's the case here in Brooklyn.

    If you can get it delivered to your job, that's usually the best scenario. But sure, drop us a line before your next order and we'll figure out the best method for shipping.


    That's strange. I've gotten a lot of stuff shipped through USPS and this is the first package that has required a signature.

    Also, sorry if I seemed a grumpy in my previous post.
     


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    I've heard lots of people having trouble with USPS lately. Hopefully I won't be joining them soon.

    I've subscribed to the mailing list since I have trouble keeping up with all these SF threads. Those XS shirts sell out fast, curse my tiny self.

    And curse my tiny feet. Those new workboots look awesome, but they're too gargantuan for me. Will you be doing preorders for future boot collaborations that will allow us to specify sizes, like Context did with their tankers? (No returns of course, these things should be 100% committed to by the customer.)
     


  8. Epaulet

    Epaulet Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    received my shirt today, hella soft.
    Thank you sir!
    That's strange. I've gotten a lot of stuff shipped through USPS and this is the first package that has required a signature. Also, sorry if I seemed a grumpy in my previous post.
    Hey, no worries, we want to get this stuff into your hands as easily as possible. Definitely drop us a line next time, and we can work out the best way to ship it.
    I've subscribed to the mailing list since I have trouble keeping up with all these SF threads. Those XS shirts sell out fast, curse my tiny self. And curse my tiny feet. Those new workboots look awesome, but they're too gargantuan for me. Will you be doing preorders for future boot collaborations that will allow us to specify sizes, like Context did with their tankers? (No returns of course, these things should be 100% committed to by the customer.)
    Well, we've got some new production capabilities after the holidays, so we'll have more available stock in our upcoming shirts. I'm planning a new collab poll for mid-January. After the fabrics are fixed, we'll have a one week period where we take actual pre-orders for shirts through our website. That way, we can tailor the production size run to what you guys actually need - and make sure all of our customers - especially the XS and XXL guys - get their shirt. And regarding the Aldens, what size would you need? We're definitely open to taking advance orders against sizes.
     


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    Well, we've got some new production capabilities after the holidays, so we'll have more available stock in our upcoming shirts. I'm planning a new collab poll for mid-January. After the fabrics are fixed, we'll have a one week period where we take actual pre-orders for shirts through our website. That way, we can tailor the production size run to what you guys actually need - and make sure all of our customers - especially the XS and XXL guys - get their shirt.

    And regarding the Aldens, what size would you need? We're definitely open to taking advance orders against sizes.


    Awesome. I'm a 7D. How would advance orders work?
     


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    I finally got my camera working again.

    My Brixton boots.

    [​IMG]

    I love them. Thanks, Mike! Hopefully I'll have some pictures of my flannels soon. They feel amazing and they fit me perfectly.
     


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    New photo of the slim-lapel sportscoat: [​IMG]
     


  12. Epaulet

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    New photo of the slim-lapel sportscoat: [​IMG]
    Oh man, don't show this pic to my fiancee. She may have to rethink who she's getting married to! j/k breakz - thanks for posting it! Yes, I approve the final sportcoat sample yesterday. We'll have all three - Donnegal Tweed, Italian Glen Plaid, and English Superfine Gabardine - by Dec 16th. They do have slim lapels, but it's not as exaggeraed as in this pic. The lapels weren't pressed and the close Iphone pic has some wide-angle distortion. But believe me, this sportcoat will be mod as fuck.
     


  13. Epaulet

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    Just have a 'lil photo for now. More details to come! Trust me when I say that you guys are really going to like this. I know, I'm a stinker!

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    Mike, not fair! I have two pairs of denim I'm working on now and then you have to go and drop yours as well? Between you and Mauro I don't know how I'm saving any money month to month at all...
     


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    Oh man, don't show this pic to my fiancee. She may have to rethink who she's getting married to!

    j/k breakz - thanks for posting it!

    Yes, I approve the final sportcoat sample yesterday. We'll have all three - Donnegal Tweed, Italian Glen Plaid, and English Superfine Gabardine - by Dec 16th. They do have slim lapels, but it's not as exaggeraed as in this pic. The lapels weren't pressed and the close Iphone pic has some wide-angle distortion. But believe me, this sportcoat will be mod as fuck.


    [​IMG]
     


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