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Show us how you roll in Engineered Garments

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

  1. Dino19

    Dino19 Senior member

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    Thanks & I cop one in my Bedford size too. Let's see how it goes .........
     
  2. Nvspwndamnstr39

    Nvspwndamnstr39 Senior member

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    Snapped a quick shot of the f/w '16 olive vest from BlkBlu at the eye doc's the other day. This thing is so versatile and warm. If my wife asks, the answer is yes, it is totally part of the Real McCoys m-65 I came home with the other day.

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  3. jlchau

    jlchau Senior member

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    Is that the primaloft?
     
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  4. Nvspwndamnstr39

    Nvspwndamnstr39 Senior member

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    Indeed it is. I went TTS. I'm a small in everything EG, Gitman, Epaulet, etc. I'm a fan. This thing layers well both under and over Bakers and Bedfords. Can be worn under a leather jacket. Can stand alone with a tee shirt. It's warm without becoming suffocating. The shawl collar turns up nicely when it's cold out, but also stays folded when you want.
     
  5. tobiasfunke

    tobiasfunke Senior member

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    What's your height/weight?
     
  6. Nvspwndamnstr39

    Nvspwndamnstr39 Senior member

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    5'8", 150 lbs, slender athletic build
     
  7. fishstix

    fishstix Active Member

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    Thoughts on this EG Bedford Wool Serge fit? The body feels a bit loose and baggy. I'm not sure if that's how it's supposed to fit. The sleeve length is a little bit long, but can be tailored or folded. This was a size small. I don't have any other pictures and they didn't have a size extra small in stock
     
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  8. whereeaglesdare

    whereeaglesdare Well-Known Member

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    It looks fine. If you size down to XS it looks like you won't be able to layer anything under it.
     
  9. mythage

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    Put a sweater under it, tailor the sleeves. Shoulder seems ever so slightly too big, but embrace the drapey-ness.
     
  10. fishstix

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    Great! Good to know. This was my first time ever wearing an Engineered Garment's piece. I think I will go for it! Thank you both for your help
     
  11. CrowShit

    CrowShit Well-Known Member

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    Not my usual spot, I blinked and the light sucked but here is it. EG & Yuketen.

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  12. lawlercon

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    eg x odin workshirt, popover bd, e-1 pants, slp

    fucking with colliding patterns. the pants are grey herringbone cotton. shoulda wore my diy indigo shawl under the other layers to really keep it weird.
     
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  13. mythage

    mythage Senior member

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    Anyone pick up this year's bedford in herringbone? I got a size small and it fits kinda slim, pretty tight in torso, short length and also sleeves. Don't really like the slim EG look that's featured in some shops (Need Supply, for example). Prolly need a size M (pm me if you wanna trade). Funny because I don't remember bedfords to fit so tight but haven't really had EG in a couple of years. Have a few more bedfords from previous seasons on the way so I hope they work out
     
  14. Gantenbein

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    Can someone in here confirm that the Tab Collar Shirt (of earlier seasons) is fitting smaller than let´s say a 19century BD?
    I think I might have sold one for that reason, but am not that sure [​IMG]
    Now I would really like to buy some floral ones...

    Happy New Year to everyone!
     
  15. blue peter

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    fw16 serge bedford
    fw14 wool interliner
    fw14 cashmere tie
    ss15 19cbd
    Dior MIJ
    Alden
    +stumptown
     
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  16. tobiasfunke

    tobiasfunke Senior member

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    Can anyone comment on the fit of TS(S)? I recently discovered the brand and I'm looking at a few FW16 pieces. I'm 5'10, 155lbs with a 38" chest and am usually a small or medium in EG (small for most FW items, medium for most SS).

    Specifically, I was look at this flannel:

    https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/6483/blackblue-cotton-indigo-plaid-round-flap-pocket-shirt


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    and this popover:

    https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/6482/navy-hem-string-border-striped-cotton-flannel-shirt


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    Based on the measurements, I think I'm either a 2 or 3, but as I've learned with EG, measurements aren't everything.
     
  17. Cotton Dockers

    Cotton Dockers Senior member

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    FWIW - I'm a L in EG jackets and a M/L in EG shirts and I generally wear a 4 in TS(S). I think overall the fit is a little slimmer in TS(S), but others may disagree.
     
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  18. Knight

    Knight Senior member

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    Looking great bud.
     
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  19. Beedub

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    Agree with this. I've always found Ts(s) tops to be small fitting (unless intentionally oversized, but even then it's not particularly big) and so have to size up from my EG size.
     
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