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Show us how you roll in Engineered Garments

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

  1. ShoutOutsFoMyBo

    ShoutOutsFoMyBo Senior Member

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    Here's today and another recent fit
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    Our Legacy bucket
    SS16 dolphin parka (thank you @KamoteJoe!)
    Eastlogue trekking shirt
    EG fatigues, not sure what season
    SS18 EGxVans

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    Our Legacy bucket
    SS18 aviator
    SS18 flamingo camp shirt
    EG fatigues, season unknown
    MIE Docs
     

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    KamoteJoe Farmer Diva

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    @Chunsak i love that you're going for really fun EG fits. The parka suits you nicely :cheers:
     

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    @Chunsak really great outfits, especially the first one.
    Even if i didn't manage to buy the parka from @KamoteJoe i can see it worn by someone here, it's better than nothing :)

    Sorry for the terrible selfie photo, the outfit is totally a copy of the 1st EG fit that catched my eye a few years ago, from @lawlercon
    I miss his blog and outfits.
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    SS08 Field Parka in khaki cotton
    ??? Work Shirt in blue cotton chambray
    Workaday Fatigues in olive cotton rev. sateen
    EG x Converse one star in white leather
     

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    Where can I find a good selection of EG online? I am specially looking for a melton wool jacket.
     

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    http://www.thebureaubelfast.com

    They have the largest selection. No FW18 yet though, probably in a couple of days.
     

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    Nice fit.
    Chambray shirt with blue stitching & buttons is back this season.
    Been hunting for it for a while.
     

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    I've just got my hands on this combi suit which i've been scouting for a while. Fit is as I expected, though I am still wondering what kind of shoes I can pair it with. Ideas folks ?
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    I think you should check this out
     

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    OK I know this is an EG thread, but I also know many of you fellow EG enthusiasts also own Shoes Like Pottery since you've posted them in fits. I searched the thread and only saw one post so thought I'd ask: how are Shoes Like Pottery sized in comparison to Chucks or Nike/Adidas/NB? I am an 8.5 in Chucks, 9.5 in Nike/Adidas/NB sneakers. I'm trying to decide between an 8 or 9 in Shoes Like Pottery, but I hear they may run large(?) so maybe I'm an 8? Any help would be appreciated!
     

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    @nyjoker That editorial is great, thanks for that.

    @tonio028 Shoes Like Pottery don't do half sizes and they run in Japanese size so 26cm=US 8, 27 cm=US 9 28cm=US10 ect.
    Personally, I find that SLP run narrow and long. I usually wear a US 8 in 70s Cons and US 9 in Nike. My foot is a 41.5 Eur and 26.5cm.
    I went with a 27cm as although the 26cm fitted lengths wise, they were too narrow. If you are a 9.5 US in Nike I think that a 28cm would fit you best.
    Again that my personal experience. I hope it helps.
     

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    EG CPO, work shirt, and ground pants. Adidas consortium sneakers.
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    selling lots of small EG in the trading thread, and EG related brands (orslow, mckinlays, oak street, arpenteur) in the workwear thread!
     

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