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Any plans to offer button downs in the future? Also, I remember reading awhile ago that you ship 3 pairs of jeans for people to try on. Is this still the case or am I remembering incorrectly?
I agree with Notwithit. I think I posted awhile ago that this type of detail does nothing for me since I care about fit, construction and fabric, in that order. By construction, I mean that I'd like for it to hold up, but don't need luxury details unless those somehow add to the garment's aesthetic. This doesn't mean fabric isn't that important - just that a great fabric is useless if the fit is off or the item goes to shit after 2 washes (as you described). I have a...
It depends on the rest of your torso...I have a 37-38" chest and the slim smalls fit me well. It depends what kind of fit you're going for. The regular smalls fit well for a slightly more relaxed fit.
When do you expect to get more solid or striped (or just non-fruit/character/pictured) button down shirts in?
Any change to the shoulders? I think that was the only thing that kept me from buying - the really slim chest/body compared to the sort of larger-than-normal shoulders seemed off (but likely worked for many others if it's being rerun, so I'm probably being nitpicky!)
What happened with the city coats? Haven't seen any fit pics and they weren't re-listed. I'm sure some forum members picked them up - how'd they come out?
Mike, what happened with the "Degraw" jacket you shared drawings of last summer (seen below)? Looked like a cool piece. https://instagram.com/p/sAZn0Wxn9c/?modal=true
Why don't you call the Italian predator something else to avoid confusion that will undoubtedly come with having 2 "predators"?
I don't want them to be anything other than what they are at their core, but as companies grow, they sometimes have to change. I don't think it's unreasonable for people to like their products but not want to wait 3+ months for an item (especially as wait times are increasing), and those are the types of customers Gustin could bring in by having some stock on hand. I'm not advocating for them to open a store or anything. but keeping a size run or two of some popular...
I really think they should expand their stock program to counteract the long wait times, similar to what Taylor Stitch is doing with their Workshop program. They could still run a lot of campaigns and either produce extra of certain items, or run completely different fabrics, and still do well with a decent markup IMO. I'd imagine that they have enough collateral to explore this after being around for about 2 years, but who knows.
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