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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. agvs

    agvs Senior member

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    Already posted this in a few threads but might as well put it here too.

    FW14 Floral Jacquard bucket hat
    FW14 Floral Jacquard reversible coat
    FW13 Wool Serge Irving Pants

     
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    Looks so awesome man! Will need to grow my hair for about a decade to get that hat to suit moi
     
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    How do EG Workaday fatigues and twill 41 chinos fit? Are they tts or vanity sized? Seen 'evidence' to support both depending on the size info given on different sites. And how do you find the sizing on OrSlow fatgues?
     
  4. Cotton Dockers

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    Both fit a bit bigger than mainline EG, especially the fatigues. The twill chinos have a bit of a taper from the below knee, the workaday fatigues do not. So long as you don't have a large top block you could probably size down on the fatigues and perhaps on the twill as well.
     
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    41 chino fits excellent in the top block. I just have them tapered from the knee down. Fatigues are similar, though the seat is fuller than in the chino. Instead of sizing down on the Fatigues, I'd just button the side tabs to size them down one.
     
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    fw12 homespun bedford
    fw12 flannel robe
    ss14 ocbd
    fw13 reversible pants
    nbs
     
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    Anyone able to comment on Ghurka pants sizing / fit in relation to the desert pants..
     
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    FW13 CPO Shirt
    FW13 Matt Pants
     
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    Sup guys. Posted up BNWT Tanker in Olive, size S on classified here. :)
     
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    Leaning forward so you can see that I spilled "victim" all over the place.

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    FW12 Duffle
    FW14 Andover
    FW13 USN Pants
     
  12. Cotton Dockers

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    X-post from WAYWT (I do not know how to do an actual x-post)

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    Homespun '14
    Tattersall '13
    Workaday Bedford Fatigues '14
    Alden (?)
     
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    EG jacket sweater pants
     
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    @kaulei Dig that belt – what is it?

    Good fit; I'd cuff the pants once, but that's maybe just my preference.

    @Cotton Dockers – I've been thinking about this a lot recently – maybe too much – but navy pants are just so hard to wear. Your jacket and shirt pair exceptionally well – honestly a fantastic combination. However, the navy pants throw it off for me in terms of palette. I don't mean this to sound rude, but I think literally any other color of trouser you have would work better. Jeans would work better, as well. The brightness and saturation of that blue feels out of place with otherwise rustic, subdued colors. I could see them working with a darker navy jacket, though.
     
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    @Cotton Dockers – I've been thinking about this a lot recently – maybe too much – but navy pants are just so hard to wear. Your jacket and shirt pair exceptionally well – honestly a fantastic combination. However, the navy pants throw it off for me in terms of palette. I don't mean this to sound rude, but I think literally any other color of trouser you have would work better. Jeans would work better, as well. The brightness and saturation of that blue feels out of place with otherwise rustic, subdued colors. I could see them working with a darker navy jacket, though.[/quote]

    So would you have preferred olive here? Something else?

    It's funny, maybe because of the ubiquitousness of jeans I feel most things pair well with blue, but I do understand your point re: saturation.
     

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