Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
Embrace it, my big assed brother.
I just bought 3 pairs of walts in 3 days
The new offerings are just too good.
Someone pick up that 38 blackwatch cardigan! It's an amazing piece.
I have meaty thighs myself...eventhough these are Walts, they fit great. They have stretched a bit as well, and good god, they are so comfy, especially in this chilly weather. I'll have em on again tonight at the Ranger game methinks.
Mike, you have 32s of the plaid in stock at Smith St? I'd love to get a look and them in person to decide which one I want.
mike is there going to be a restock of the walt donegal tweeds anytime soon?
^ He posted a page or two back that there was a restock and that it would be the last one. Get them while you can!
And the shoes?
Try the Rudy fit - it's meaty thigh approved!
What can I say, you've got great taste
Thanks, and enjoy them!
Yup, we should - although they're selling through kind of quickly. We'd at least have another size that you could see in person.
Man, I wish that there was. Those four Donegal's are gone for good, I'm afraid.
Shoes are Alden NST in whiskey. Shoemart had them last Christmas.
Epaulet Scents by Adele
I'm thrilled to announce a brand-new category for us - scented candles!
My wife worked with Joya - a Brooklyn-based candle manufacturer - to create this custom line. Our first two scents are dedicated to things that we all love: Cordovan and Pima. Here they are, along with the text that we cooked up to describe them.
A quick note from me: I'm 99% sure you guys will freaking love the Cordovan candle. It burns with a really clean and masculine leather scent. We've been using it our shops daily. The Pima candle is lighter and airy.
Epaulet Cordovan Candle: $40
The "Cordovan" Candle takes it's scent notes from cordovan leather, a material we love to use in our shoes and accessories. Renowned for its luster and durability, shell cordovan is among the most wildly coveted shoe leather in the world. Smooth, thick, a little oily, lustrous, gorgeous, nice when new but even better when used and slightly beaten. It reminds us of university libarires, wintry hearths, wingback chairs, and a glass of Bourbon, neat. Scent notes: musk, sandalwood, cedar smoke, balsam fir, nutmeg, lavender.
Epaulet Pima Candle: $40
The "Pima" Candle takes it's scent notes from pima cotton. Known as one of the world's finest shirting fabrics, Pima cotton starts out as a sturdy plant with small, delicate flowers. From this unassuming start, its processed and woven into one of the nicest cottons that could ever grace your skin. Rolling with that, we crafted a candle that invokes a crisp bed of fresh linen, a brand new shirt straight off the hanger, a necktie knotted perfectly, a stiff collar that feels like a million bucks. The finest of cottons, distilled into a riot of great scents, and poured into a candle. It's like that. Scent notes: honeysuckle, dune grass, laundered linens, sea air, cotton blossoms
Any indication of what the burn time will be on those candles?
You, sir, do not have meat anywhere on you. I think the heaviest thing on you now is your beard.
They're 5oz, so about 40 hours or so.
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