Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

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  1. NewYorkIslander

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    Cool pics so far gents...I'm only using and iPhone4 for now, so...
    Trousers are Rivets is Heavy Japanese Twill today:
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    KG should handicap himself too! :devil:
     


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    I'll do a paper-and-pencil rendering of my fit pics. ;)

    Damn, Bernie, those brushed tattersalls are awesome! Was tempted to pick up a pair for myself, but I couldn't justify it already owning a pair of tan tattersalls from earlier in the year.
     


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    Submission #1: Off the Waterfront

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    ^ Contest over.

    EDIT: Keith what camera do you use?

    Also that's a Bedford Avenue level jacket.
     
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    Cool look KG...
     


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    Damn, you guys are gonna be hard to beat!
     


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    Really enjoying the contest fits insofar. Some really excellent stuff. :)

    Mike, do you guys have any black trousers in the works? I know you guys have the graphite houndstooth for sale right now, but I'm looking for something patternless.
     


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    Charcoal Flannel is very close to black.
     


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    My apologies - I should have been a little more specific. I'm actually looking for something a little less warm than flannel - perhaps a pair that can be worn into late spring. I don't spend too much of my time outdoors, so I'd like some pants that can be comfortably worn for three seasons of the year or so. From what I understand, flannel may be too warm for what I'm looking for.

    The muted gray glen plaid is gorgeous, by the way...
     
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    I'm looking to get my first pair of rivet chinos, and by effect my first epaulet purchase, but what would you guys suggest to someone who has always managed to be the infamous "size 35"? Always inbetween sizes, and don't know if I should go for a 34 or 36
     


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    I'd try 36, I'm usually a 33/34 and need 34 in epaulet
     


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    Just measure a pair of pants you like and compare to Epaulet's measurements.

    With pants I'm usually a "true" 35 (waist of 35") but go for 34s because they inevitably stretch an inch or so.
     


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    Sizing depends on what your a "35" in. I'd go with the measurements Mike posted, and compare it to measurements that you take of a pair that fit you well. In APC I'm a 29/30, but in Rivets I'm a 32. Believe my waist measures 33.
     


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