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I sent an email but have not heard back. I'd like to return M polo for a L polo in a different color but the L is out of stock. Will the return result in a credit with KW until the L polo gets in stock? Anything specific I need to know about the return besides returning it in its original condition with a note stating what I want in exchange? TIA
I think Kent said 5-6 weeks.
Hey gang, just received my first KW polo - Lavender (L). Love the texture, buttons are awesome. The fit is interesting - pits are perfect, arm length is perfect, chest has some room and it's quite long. Overall, though, I'm really liking it and will keep it. I am wondering if a M is more my style. I'm 6', 165, 40R, 15.5/39. I know not all bodies are built alike, however. My main question is how much shrinkage is there with these shirts? Standard for cotton polos?
Hey all: I've been dying to buy one of Kent's polos but my size is out of stock for a couple months. Anyone have any recommendations for something similar (price and fit)? Going on an early summer trip and need me some polos. Many thanks to all.
I'm with you. I ventured into this thread eons back before Kent got this stuff going (MTM suits etc.), but now I'm back and something is not quite clear for me. I see the suit prices but there is nothing on there for a SC price.Also, can someone give me a link for the MTM process? TIA.
Siap, there are a bunch of Caruso sports costs in the $300-400 range being sold by frieschskys on eBay. Have they been discussed yet? There are a few Linosa's for sale. http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw=Bot&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0&_nkw=Borrelli+linosa&_sacat=0 That navy one is sweet!
I wear a low straight 31x32 and I am 32x32 on slim fits. 31 was too tight for me on the thighs.
Can someone explain to me the difference in fit between the rivet chinos and the slim waltz (both wool and linen/cotton)? TIA.
Those oxford rivet chinos look sweeeeet. Anyone have any action shots? They look incredibly versatile.
On the contrary, I find the buttons on the rivets to be excellent and sturdy. I've come across a lot of "high end" trouser buttons/holes that just didn't last a real long time and I can tell these will be much better.I'm curious to see those plum chinos out in the wild.
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