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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. mikeharo

    mikeharo Senior member

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    Double post sorry
     
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    Wrinkles in linen are like rolls in cordovan - they add character - linen is definitely more casual than wool though (everyone agree?).
     
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    Linen wrinkles a lot, and you'd have to iron it between wears. If you suspend it on those clamp hangers, it might reduce the wrinkles, but you'll probably still have to iron it before each wear.
     
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    just embrace the wrinkle/crinkle/creases of linen.
     
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    Hi. Cigar LWB from Shoemart. Thanks!

    It does wrinkle a lot, but as I stated it doesn't wrinkle like cotton. Personally, I don't iron them with each wear. That's way too much maintenance for me. I like them more with wrinkles than when I pick them up from the dry cleaner's.
     
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    New shirts are up! (sorry to steal your thunder, Mike & co)
    I wonder if I'm enough of a boss to rock this out?
    http://epauletnewyork.com/collectio...ls/products/buttondown-floral-stripe-jacquard

    Also, what do you's guys think of the Mulberry leather bomber jacket? I'm checking it out and seriously considering ordering one...but man, that's kinda a lot of dough. It's a giant piece of poo, right? Tell me that, talk me down! [​IMG]
     
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    Yes, rock the shirt, dude! You're right. The jacket is a big piece of poo....it's the shxt! :)
     
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    Do you think the Pumice color chino is versatile enough to be worn year round?
     
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    Where are you guys getting your Stark's?
     
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    Oh snap, has the Mulberry been restocked? If not, then Mike, when?
     
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    Starks.

    Got mine at End Clothing, but they are also available at Tres Bien or through SNS directly. Oh, and Unionmade carries SNS but I'm not sure if they ever get the Stark.

    If Epaulet could just carry SNS, about half this forum could just stop shopping anywhere else. [​IMG]
     
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  13. Dirty Gurty

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    Oh fuck it, it's only money, right?!
     
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    I tend to think of versatility in terms of how many different other tones/colors it can be paired with, but if you're talking how many seasons you can wear it in... actually, either way, this color is about as versatile as you can get. It's a really basic khaki tone. It probably goes with everything, whenever you want.
     
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    Don L, Unionmade & Need Supply both carry them here in the states (and other places I'm sure). End Clothing has great prices on S.N.S sometimes, but I've always been hit with customs when I order from there.


    +1
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    +2.
     
  18. Don L

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    Thanks guys. What's more versatile, Blue or Black?
     
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    I would think certainly blue for a cardigan.
     
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    Don't know if this question has been asked before, but will there be a re-stock of the speckled cream chambray shirt? Currently it's only available in XL.
     

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