Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
Carmina "Salinger" Double Monk on its maiden voyage. Comfy
I'm also wearing the Salinger Shells today. The patina is forming quickly on these guys. The tongue pads are also helping. Chinos are the 10 oz French Blue Ducks.
The bigger version of the picture is on my blog. I realized that when I post the full size pictures, on some monitors they are adjusted automatically and on some monitors, they aren't.
did I miss the release of the marcello jackets, went on vaca and didn't really see anything since.
Haha I'm a Man. United fan but Man. City deserved the title. After watching so many games at Camp Nou last spring they just dive way to much for me to have any respect for half the team
Thanks for the reply Mike!
I believe I got them the 1st time they were restocked. Any way to tell if they are the old or the new model? The biggest problem on them has been the crotch, as I actually blew out a few of the stitches.
one of EP's recent madras, one of my favorite shirts.
Are the Walt Regiment Twills going to come in anything other than solid colours?
I picked up a pair of the Regiment twills in emerald - not sure what to pair them with. Any suggestions? Might end up sending them back...just not sure where they fit in my closet.
Thanks so much! Let me know what you think.
Great! I've never personally replaced them, and I have some shoes that are several years old with them in. I imagine that they'll leave quite a bit of glue residue if you try to remove them. If they're not perfectly straight but relatively correct in position, then I wouldn't worry about it. Just roll with them. If you want to redo them, I'd take it to a good cobbler - they can probably remove them cleaner than anyone else.
Looking good! Glad that you're enjoying them.
Nope, we'll have the online this week, probably Thursday. We'll put a huge note here when they go up.
Drop me a PM with your name and order number (if you have it). I can figure out when we sold them to you and what production run they were. I'm pretty sure that you've got the original flavor models.
Not regiment twill exactly, as all of the Regiment Twill fabric is solid-colored cloth. But we'll certainly run patterned Walt trousers in the Fall - although those are typically wool and tweed.
Thank you! The Emerald is a fantastic color.
For shoes, you'll want to do brown, tan, white, or burgundy. They're a great match for snuff suede, brown leather, white sneakers.
For shirts, think white, cream, light grey, pale blue, or pale pink. Patterned shirts are a great match as long as they're a cream or white ground.
For jackets, navy and pale grey are really boss.
This pic (submitted by Morgan) is a great example of how to rock the f*** out of green trousers. The ones pictured are Racing Green UK canvas, but Emerald could be worn in the same way.
Try wearing them and you'll grow to love them! And you'll be amazed at the amount of compliments that they attract.
I'm intensely jealous of wherever you are in this picture. Shirt's looking good!
Do you guys plan on restocking the Walt Regiment Twill Cloud pants?
RIVET CHINO RE-STOCK.
Yo yo! We just got a big re-stock in from the SF event. The basics are covered (khaki, navy, gunmetal) and we have a full size run of the great 10 oz Plum Duck Canvas!
Epaulet Rivet Chino Re-stock's
This looks great. I'm surprised it took so long for someone (other than Mike) to comment on the ensemble.
Including a pair of the 10-oz. duck chinos in leaf that I'd been eyeing since they first sold out in 32. Woohoo!
I'm really tempted to pick up a pair of those plum chinos. But, what do you guys suggest pairing with them? I'm not sure if I can rock them right.
Maybe I just don't know any better, but I've found the plum ducks to be easier to pair than the french blue ducks (and I really enjoy the french blue ducks). I've worn it with grey, cream, lavender (perhaps too much purple, but I thought it was OK) shirts and would match it with a number of other shirts. Tan and navy suede shoes look pretty good with them too.
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