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

  1. TWorksheets

    TWorksheets Senior member

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    Great look! How'd you size the utility jacket in relation to your typical EG size?
     


  2. Beedub

    Beedub Senior member

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    Thanks. I went true with the Utility jacket, I'm a large in almost everything EG and went large with this. Tried an M a while back after I cocked up an order and it was too small.
     


  3. el Bert

    el Bert Senior member

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    Rarely post In here cuz I don't got much EG
     


  4. JilSlander

    JilSlander Senior member

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    ^ Perfect, imo. Metallic poplin Chesterfield?
     
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  5. el Bert

    el Bert Senior member

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    Yup. Love this thing except I have to wear it with a long sleeve because the metal can get itchy
     


  6. lawlercon

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    really similar to yesterday, but just trying the bush shirt out in different ways.
     


  7. Seafinch

    Seafinch Senior member

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    ^ Yep!

    More of the same...
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    EG Moleskine Bedford
    Uniqlo
    Samurai
    Trickers

    Boot Details
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  8. Oasis

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  9. m4gdelen4

    m4gdelen4 Senior member

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    really nice colors! what pants are those?
     
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  10. notdesigned

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    ^They look like the F/W '12 Desert pants. Gary carried them.
     


  11. Oasis

    Oasis Senior member

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    Yeah, that's the ones. Thanks for the comments.

    The jacket is FW07 Mountain Parka. Shirt is 19th century BD (can't remember season). Tanner goods belt & Sanders brogues.
     


  12. notdesigned

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    No problem. Shirt is F/W '10, for reference.
     


  13. eluther

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    @Oasis – I have been looking for a piece of outerwear in that color for the last two years. Definitely an unattainable grail piece knowing EG made one. Wish it wasn't so long ago so there was a greater likelihood of it popping up on eBay.
     


  14. ThomSquared

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    Nice look Oasis.
     
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    the fw14 parka is very similar color wise. i know gentry has a large for sale still (i feel like you're a large)
     


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