Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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    Wow dude, sweet shirts, if I didn't just commission one nearly exactly like the strawberry from Ercoles, I'd have kopped on of those snazzy ones.
     
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    Mike, I don't know if this has already been asked, but can you let me know what trousers will be coming in the upcoming shipment? Thank you!
     
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    I wet my pants when I saw the strawberry shirts :drool:

    At the same time, debating on getting either the LoL paisley or Japan paisley. Any difference in thickness/ sturdiness anything other than the pattern? Thanks
     
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    Western Print Belt
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    Hahah, right on!
    Sure, we're getting: Restock: Brown Houndstooth, Flannel Cargo, Cramerton, Navy Flannel, Olive Moleskin, Tan Moleskin, Navy Moleskin New: Cramerton Cargo, Grape Herringbone, Grey Glen Plaid, Olive Guncheck
    Awe yeah, wet pants are always good! The Strawberry Thief is so freaking ace. There's definitely a difference in feel. The Liberty cloth is really fine, and fairly light. Like a dress shirt. Or if you've ever felt a Paul Smith London printed shirt, it's around there. It's something that they're famous for - it's very hard to execute such a vibrant and rich print on such a soft long-staple cotton. They do it arguably better than anyone. The Japanese cloth is thicker and has a crisper hand. It's made by the same mill who does a lot of the Gitman Vintage, so it's comparable in feel to one of their prints, if you've held one in person.
    Nice - I dig this look
     
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    Casual Friday in Brooklyn
     
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    i freaking dig this james may style... but i've been used to spending 130 bucks a shirt for the past two years. 175 is getting up there...
     
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    newbie questions - was wearing only suits or jeans before, sorry for if asking smth stupid ))

    I'm thinking about "casual wool pants" for winter, and need your advice to select between navy flannel and navy moleskin - what is more versatile for my first winter pants ?

    another question is - can i wear them not pressed with boots to make it more "casual" look ?
     
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    Moleskin is cotton, not wool...

    You probably could get away with either of them without pressing. Depends on how slim they fit, though.

    Get the wools, you will not regret it!
     
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    I think moleskin is probably a better bet if you are after casual, though the flannels are pretty sweet. I'm a senior in college and can get away with wearing my brown moleskins to class without anyone saying "Oh, wow, you dressed up today." Get me? Very corduroy like in the way they can be dressed up or down.
     
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    I've been thinking about these Liberty shirts and how best to wear them. I haven't quite figured it out yet, but I went ahead and grabbed a couple anyway. I couldn't stop myself. But I had no hesitation about the sweaters. I can imagine wearing the heather grey V neck with just about anything.

    Is Mike going mod on us? I like it so far, but I wonder where he is leading us.
     
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    From what I can tell, Mike already is pretty damn mod. Probably more that the line is reflecting his personal taste more than in the beginning.

    Either way, cool stuff.
     
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    Thank you for bringing back the hot model!!

    This shirt is borderline White Party apple-tini drinking gay silverdaddy. That being said, I will definitely cop!
     

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