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Hi Guys, Wanted to update everyone on our launch of select Thomas Mason Goldline dress shirt fabrics. These are the highest quality fabrics made by Thomas Mason, and among some of the best dress fabrics made in the world. All Goldline styles are 140/2 x 140/2 and exclusively use Giza 45 cotton, the finest long staple Egyptian cotton available. Produced in the Nile River delta, this rare and exclusive cotton has fibers greater than 1 3/8" which are spun to produce...
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You can see more details on price, location, etc here: http://www.thechoosybeggar.com/2014/09/proper-cloth-sample-sale-8/We break up sizing generally by neck size, but you'll probably have to try things on to get a good idea of these fit. Tons of shirts, though!They're a little light, as far as flannels go. PCF596, the Whitney Charcoal Flannel, is definitely more of a heavy weight flannel. Will have plenty more flannel styles dropping over the next few months...
Hi Guys, Wanted to let everyone know that the suggestions for new flannel styles have not fall on deaf ears! Today we launched eight brand new flannels that are incredibly soft to the touch. We tried to cover all bases from more subtle herringbone solids, to small checks, to larger plaids. Brown and Red Tacoma Plaid Flannels, 40/1 x 40/1 Green and Red Mitchell Mini Gingham Flannels, 40/1 x 40/1 Green/Red and Yellow/Red Lewis Plaid Flannels, 32/1 x 32/1 Grey and...
Interesting--I can't think of any customers who struggle more with shrinkage on French cuffs vs barrel cuffs off the top of my head, but we appreciate your insights! Of course, don't hesitate to honor our perfect fit guarantee, if you haven't already. Happy to remake that shirt if you feel the fit needs to be improved after a few washes.
Lots of new flannel coming next week! Mostly classic patterns and colors, but expect some more unexpected things later in the season.White Heavy Oxford is going to be more similar to classic casual oxford styles. TM oxford is a bit finer, and will wear lighter. Love the fabric, but not the bulletproof oxford style you'll find from the classic American brands.We're pretty set on our 8cm tie width, so unfortunately I don't think we'll be doing anything at 3.5" or above....
Hey Marc,We cut to account for the shrinkage in fabrics, as 1-3% shrinkage is to be expected in most fabrics. There are a few styles we do additional shrinkage adjustment on, usually heavier casual styles, that we'll do more than a 3% adjustment on.Shouldn't be anything wrong with the fabric or the cleaner, you might just want to consider adding a bit more length and/or width to your fit assuming there will be a small amount of shrinkage.Cheers,Chris
Don't worry, we will have PLENTY of flannel this fall. Lots of solids and plaids under $100 and some really beautiful finds from our Japanese and Italian mills in the $125-$150 range...
Hey Guys, Hoping to get in more of a regular flow posting on Styleforum. We've been really focused on getting all of our product dialed in for fall and I couldn't be more excited about what we'll be releasing come Sept/Oct/Nov--stay tuned! But not to be forgotten are some great, more classic fabrics from the last few weeks. Today we launched some really beautiful mini grids from Thomas Mason. They're some of the nicest dress fabrics we carry and made up in a super smooth...
1. Camoshita Seersucker Capri Collar Shirt - Great relaxed vibe with summer texture. Feels right with swim trunks and the two-hole MOP's are an awesome little detail you don't see often these days. 2. EO TO TO Sunbathing Woman V-Neck - How'd this one slip by? Feels very folky and fun without being a novelty item--the sort of sweater a designer is going to find in 40 years and copy one for one. 3. ts(s) Navy Wave Print Scarf - Same sort of easy going artisinal vibe as...
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