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I haven't worn TOO much RT but I find that their stuff is pretty similar. In my experience our 38 is pretty close to their Medium and a 40 to the Large, to give you a starting point.The fella in red is wearing a size 40, as is the dude modeling the grey. (Say hi to Barrett and Michael, two of our three co-founders.) Dusty Blue is, I believe, wearing a 42. Plus, here's our fit guide-- which we're pretty sure is going to be quite accurate for the new shirts. The...
Hey guys! We're doing an AMA over at Reddit's MFA. Come check it out and ask Michael Maher, my boss, some questions. http://www.reddit.com/r/malefashionadvice/comments/2jfy4z/announcement_i_am_michael_maher_cofounder_of/
Sorry about that, dude! We will be running the Project jackets again in all shapes and fabrics. I don't know firsthand when sea-washed denim is going to get its turn, but I do expect we'll run it again. It may not be this season, though.It's gonna be something similar. I can't spill too many of the beans ahead of time, but if that pic is something that appeals to you I think you'll be a satisfied customer.
I think you're gonna have an exciting Fall. But if I told you more, I'd have to kill you.There's some exciting canvas fabrics coming through the pipe, but it's a little tentative right now. I'll keep in mind that there's interest on the ground for some stuff that's a little but further outside the norm, though!Interesting. We don't have anything on the horizon, but if there's enough interest in it something might pop in the Workshop in the near future. I'll keep you guys...
We should be running them again, but for the moment the washed versions of the Project Jacket are our go-tos. Once we clear through those we'll probably run them again in the waxed fabric.Thanks so much! I'll pass your feedback on our team at the Chestnut shop.Interesting -- we're always dialing in the fit of the basics. Do you refer to the v-necks, or the crewnecks?We don't currently have the Highland Shirt on the release schedule, but I'll definitely take note that...
Hey guys-- I'm syndicating a lil' something from our Taylor Stitch thread that I think might be of some interest to you. Taylor Stitch has had a lot of success carrying Rancourt shoes in our brick & mortar shops. We're excited to have the man himself, Kyle Rancourt, in our San Francisco shops this weekend. Swing on by to get some insight on shoe care from the master or talk a little shop. We'll be doing MTO Rancourt shoes, too, so come get while the getting is...
Expect to see the Yosemite shirts launch to the site before the end of October -- just in time for the weather to start turning crisp.And while I'm in the house, a little announcement that you guys might dig...Taylor Stitch has had a lot of success carrying Rancourt shoes in our brick & mortar shops. We're excited to have the man himself, Kyle Rancourt, in our San Francisco shops this weekend. Swing on by to get some insight on shoe care from the master or talk a little...
Yes, you should order the same size! While we do tinker with the pattern for our slim and straight ("democratic") fits from time to time, we try not to make any serious alterations that'll alienate old fans. I hate when something becomes a part of my uniform and then somebody goes and wrecks it on me. I think you'll find that the same size will be ever so slightly looser in the waistband and then familiar all the way through the rest of the top block and leg.We'll still be...
Hey guys, I'm Jim and I'll be taking the reins as Taylor Stitch's Styleforum contact. We've got some exciting news about the brand and some of the projects we've got on the cooker. As you guys may or may not know, we're an SF-based indie brand specializing in casual, ethically made menswear. With few exceptions, all of our goods are made right here in San Francisco. One of those exceptions are our custom shirts, which we've been doing since day one of the business and...
We will be running some short sleeved oxford shirts in two weeks, but nothing printed unfortunately. I loved those prints and they are some of my favorite shirts to wear, however they did not sell that well. I wonder if it had to do with the price point. It costs as much to sew short sleeve shirts as long sleeve and consequently we still have to charge $115 - $125. Does that price scare you away from a long sleeve? To answer another question, that is the same point...
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