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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. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Senior member

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    If I've learned anything from SF, it's how to tie my shoes. :)
     


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    You guys need to get the Epaulet Liberty print shirts. That way you could spot eachother from miles (kilometers) away.
     


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    That's exactly why I went for the grey. Love the wine color though just knew I would be challenged.
     


  4. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I saw the Liberty print shirts at the SF event. What a stylish way to jazz up jeans and a navy blazer.

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    Rincon Senior member

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    Wine is so much cooler than grey oxfords.

    I love pairing the wine with a white shirt and navy/blue blazer.

    I also do a blue shirt with white jacket (or seersucker if I'm feeling like a total boss).
     
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    Alphataru Senior member

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    Oh, believe me, I know. First time I wore mine, a guy walked by and said 'Nice pants.'. As he walked pass me he took a closer look and said 'wow those are REALLY nice'.

    Anyway, I was gonna wear it today as well, but trying to figure out how to pair it made me almost late, so I just wore a go to outfit instead XD
     


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    :nodding: Amazing!!! I cannot wait for mine to arrive! What size did you get? I went with the 9.5 given that I am a 9 in the Barrie/Trubalance.
    **Fingers crossed**
     


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    10oz'ers look awesome - even though I already have the 7oz, I still want the 10oz when it's restocked, just so I can wear this color year round.

    I think the combo with the Carminas looks especially killer. At first I wasn't really sure what to wear with these....I had some beeswax Clarks DBs on the other day, but I was in a bit of a no man's land with those on. They looked too clunky, and they weren't formal enough and they weren't casual enough. Today I'm wearing a pair of sneakers - grey Nike Blazer 6.0 - and I think it looks much better. Either dress it way up with some suede balmorals or dress it way down...at least that seems to be working best for me right now. I bet some of those snuff suede Carmina double monks would look pretty boss with these :D
     


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    Excellent pairing. Your pics make me think they have to be worn sockless.

    Love *all* those Liberty patterns!
     
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    Thanks. I went with 10, but for me that's b/c 10 in Barrie is too big (volume-wise) in the heel, and 9.5 is too short at the toe. I think the sizing up by 1/2 really depends on how Barrie last fits you personally.

    IMO/FWIW, I feel like the Leydon does not fit that much *shorter* than Barrie (maybe a tiny bit), but more that it's a slimmer overall fit. So, for low volume feet like mine, it's great, and I can go "TTS", but I hate that term since I wear everything from a 10 to 11 depending on the shoe and its last or style.

    Anyway, hope that helps.
     


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    High Octane

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    Epaulet Petrol Blue Slim Walt Trousers
    Alden x Epaulet "Milkshake" Indy Boots
     
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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    interesting, is that bentivegna construction on the Aldens?

    How did they do that?
     


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    Does anybody own the Regiment Twill Walts in Royal Blue?
    What colors would pair up nicely?
     


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    Can anyone comment on how the Carmina Inca last is compared to the Barrie last? This is for someone who:

    - the Barrie is a perfect fit width wise (9.5 D)
    - takes a "e" on the Allen Edmonds "5" last
    - cannot fit into a size 10D on the Leydon last (too narrow)
    - cannot fit into any Clark desert boots (too narrow)

    I want to pull the trigger on a pair of Double Monks but am scared they will be too narrow. Thoughts?
     


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