Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.

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  1. CHRK33

    CHRK33 Senior member

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    Mike mentioned a bit earlier that the pricing would be between calf and shell. So pretty reasonable for python, I would think.
     


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    Thinking kop'ing the Optic White Rivets, anyone have fit pics? Looking to jump on the white pant bandwagon. Someone convince one way or another....
     


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    Yes, I saw that, and I stated if it is less than shell, I'm in. I was looking for a specific number, ie $650, 745, etc.
     


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    Here's Rob. Picture taken from Epaulet's Tumblr.

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    I also ordered a pair a couple of days ago. Will post pictures when the time comes.
     


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    I just got my 7oz caramel rivets in the new-new fit. The first new fit was too tight so I had them let out in the waist and seat, but these are great, I feel like they fit me better than the old cut!
     
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    Epaulet linen trousers, natural. Whatever you think of this fit, I recommend these for summer.
     


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    Thanks man, yes..believe the fabric is Dunhill, 100% linen.



    Fit up top looks great, I'd shorten them a touch, as they're white and very close to the ground. I also find that despite the "wrinkling" of linen, it stretches a bit as well, so these may become a bit longer.
     


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    These are the Walts? Look good.
     


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    NYR looking sharp as always, post up your pics when you get'em.
     
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    Looking great! I really like the shirt/Rivet Chino combo!
    SVB, holy shit! That suit looks killer.
    Great fit! Digging the look.
    I'll echo what someone else said that most guy's that buy these will hem them like a typical wool/linen/what-have-you trouser. It's totally up to you, as I've seen the cotton Walt/Rudy cuffed like the Rivet Chino or jeans. Personally, I'd go for a hem. Totally up to you, however!
    I wasn't with Mike and Dylan on the day of the shoot, but I believe these are the Walt Olive Sanded Canvas .

    This is definitely my favorite look I've seen from you. Jesus, that SC looks incredible! The Epaulet stuff ain't bad either! [​IMG]
    Thanks for picking these up! Glad you're digging them!

    Another nice summer look! The natural linen is so good and can go with so many different pieces.
     


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    Leaf Ducks
    Western Print Belt (barely visible)
    #8 Brixton (again)

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    Interesting angle! Did you put a camera on the ground and prop it up with an object to capture that point of view?
     


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    I had to put it on the ground and lean it up against a tree, haha. I don't have anybody around during the day to snap pics of me, so I have to find ways to put my camera down and set the timer. Sometimes I use a nearby picnic table, which is around waist level, but it was really windy today and the camera kept falling over! So my other option was to put it on the ground so the wind couldn't get to it - I wasn't sure how it would turn out but I ended up liking the unique angle too.
     


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    is that right outside The Citadel?
     


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    it's actually on the grounds of my apartment complex...that's my building right behind me in the background of the shot
     


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