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Any word on the possibility of getting a few of the blue oxfords in 15/33? I'd be in for 3 or 4 if i could!
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Request to anyone who has the dark blue blazer: Please describe the fabric--i.e., texture, weave, shine, etc.
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I would describe it as mid-weight with a lean toward Fall season weight. Excellent texture and drape. Not a flannel. I'm not sure how to describe the weave - has a diamond shape quality to it. Perhaps Jamison can chime in. The photo from the web site gives you an indication.
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This might sound like an odd question, but here goes anyway. I'm really skinny, like 5'10" and 130 lbs, so most pants are very billowy on me. Is it possible to have a tailor slim these pants a little? I guess it would involve opening up the seams on both sides and reducing them?
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Originally Posted by geoffmartin17 View Post

Any word on the possibility of getting a few of the blue oxfords in 15/33? I'd be in for 3 or 4 if i could!

Jamison -- what are the shirt plans for this spring/summer? will they be without the flap pocket? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

This might sound like an odd question, but here goes anyway. I'm really skinny, like 5'10" and 130 lbs, so most pants are very billowy on me. Is it possible to have a tailor slim these pants a little? I guess it would involve opening up the seams on both sides and reducing them?


You are me! Yes, that is a very feasible operation. It's easy to narrow the leg, as well as the waist---slightly more complex is the seat, but it's still doable.

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You are me! Yes, that is a very feasible operation. It's easy to narrow the leg, as well as the waist---slightly more complex is the seat, but it's still doable.

Okay okay, that's great. Still deciding whether or not to drop so much on a pair of pants, especially since I'll probably have to pay duty to get it to me in Toronto.
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Originally Posted by rjsphd View Post

Request to anyone who has the dark blue blazer: Please describe the fabric--i.e., texture, weave, shine, etc.

I owe you an email on this and will do it this evening. I have been out of the office and want to have the fabric in hand when I write... a little funny, but I've been spending more time with the Fall 2012 fabrics than I have spring or even fall 2011.
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Originally Posted by bullswin View Post

Jamison -- what are the shirt plans for this spring/summer? will they be without the flap pocket? Thanks.

We have a number of styles incoming. They went into production last week, I believe, and should be here soon. No pockets on any of them. Also, we have changed the pattern a little. While I think the current styles fit well, they are just a touch loose if you're not wearing a jacket, and are skinny. They're going to be great, and I'll put up a fit pic when they're here.

We'll have more OCBD without pockets later this summer.
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Can anyone post more trouser fit pics? I couldn't find many & want to see more.
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Can anyone post more trouser fit pics? I couldn't find many & want to see more.


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n/m
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Any plans to restock the patch pocket blazer? It seems to be exactly what I've been looking for, but is out of stock in my size.
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Can anyone post more trouser fit pics? I couldn't find many & want to see more.

I have the mid and light grey flannels and brown pick & pick. I'll try to post some pics this upcoming week.
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Great!
post #1920 of 4606
Any chance of the double monks becoming available anytime soon?
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