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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

My shirt sleeves are usually 26 inches, when measured from the top of the shoulder seam down to the end of the cuff. Thanks a lot.

Then the sleeves on XS will almost certainly be too short. But the reason I asked about jacket sleeves as opposed to shirt is that there is variation in extra "allowance" for shirt sleeves that isn't relevant for jacket sleeves.

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How versatile is the tan nailhead trousers? What color shirts do they go with?
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Originally Posted by mymil View Post

Then the sleeves on XS will almost certainly be too short. But the reason I asked about jacket sleeves as opposed to shirt is that there is variation in extra "allowance" for shirt sleeves that isn't relevant for jacket sleeves.

Ah, I see what you're getting at - the sweater wouldn't need to be as long as the shirt. But too bad about the sleeves not being long enough on the XS.
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Do the shirts shrink after washing?
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Has anyone heard from Jamison lately?  I sent him about 4 e-mails over the last 3-4 days asking where I could return some pants I ordered for an exchange to a larger size but have not heard back.  It seems a bit out of character based off of other SF members' comments about his prompt responses regarding the same issue.  Any insight would be appreciated.

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I have no insight, but I sent him an email about something of mine that's a month overdue, with little response.

 

Not necessarily his fault (probably USPS'), but we need to get some stuff sorted.

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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

Ah, I see what you're getting at - the sweater wouldn't need to be as long as the shirt. But too bad about the sleeves not being long enough on the XS.
Yeah, I have the same issue, hence trying to sell mine. I couldn't get around to measuring tonight, but I'll have time tomorrow. Do you still want the exact measurements?
post #3143 of 4498

Is the spring stuff going to be up soon?  It's March this week!

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Originally Posted by Al in Philly View Post

Is the spring stuff going to be up soon?  It's March this week!

Amen. I've been biting my lip with the winter sale up since I'd much rather get some fresh things for the warmer weather.
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Originally Posted by abkain View Post

Has anyone heard from Jamison lately?  I sent him about 4 e-mails over the last 3-4 days asking where I could return some pants I ordered for an exchange to a larger size but have not heard back.  It seems a bit out of character based off of other SF members' comments about his prompt responses regarding the same issue.  Any insight would be appreciated.

I'm in the same boat, my friend. Considering I've never ordered from him before, I'm not as understanding about nearly four weeks going by without having received my order or an e-mail explaining why I haven't received it. I hope to hear something soon, but considering I ordered on February 4th, I'm not really sure what to expect. 

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Yeah, I have the same issue, hence trying to sell mine. I couldn't get around to measuring tonight, but I'll have time tomorrow. Do you still want the exact measurements?

That would be kind of you, yes.
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FYI some of the spring stuff is already up. For example, nailhead wool trousers...I ordered them in light grey last night!
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

FYI some of the spring stuff is already up. For example, nailhead wool trousers...I ordered them in light grey last night!

Yes, I saw those.  They are nice, but I'm hoping for some linen's and tropical weight wools.

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Can anyone give me a run down on which pants fabrics are for which season?
I am lost, but still tried to identify all the fabrics on the website with specific seasons.

Would be cool if some of you could correct it, might even be helpful for others later:

Baby Cord : All year
Big Plaid Flannel Pants : Winter
Brushed Cotton Twill Pants : All year
Brushed Twill Pants : Spring/Fall
Buff Garment Dyed Cotton Pants: All year
Classic Flannel Pants : Winter
Cotton Canvas Pants : All year
Cotton Chinos : All year
Cotton Drill Pants : All year
Cotton Gabardine Pants : All year
Cotton Khakis: All year
Cotton Moleskin Pants : All year
Cotton Twill Pants : All year
Donegal Wool Pants : Winter
Fine Twill Wool Pants : Spring/Fall
Four Season Super 100s : All year
Garment Dyed Cotton Canvas : All year
Garment Dyed Cotton Gabardine Pants : All year
Garment Dyed Cotton Linen : Summer
Garment Dyed Cotton Pants : All year
Herringbone Flannel Pants : Winter
Houndstooth Flannel Pants : Winter
Houndstooth Plaid Flannel Pants : Winter
Italian Linen Pants : Summer
Lambswool Flannel Pants : Winter
Linen and Cotton Pants : Spring/Fall/Summer
Linen and Silk Pants : Summer
Linen Pants : Summer
Madras Pants : All year
Moon Donegal Tweed Pants : Winter
Nailhead Wool Pants : Spring/Fall
Plaid Cotton Pants : Spring/Fall
Plaid Flannel Pants : Winter
Plaid Linen Pants : Summer
Plaid Seersucker Pants : Summer
Seersucker Pants : Summer
Shepherd's Check Flannel Pants : Winter
Super 140s Wool : Winter
Super Serge Wool Pants : Winter
Tasmanian Wool Pants : Summer
Tropical Wool Pants : Summer
VBC Super 100s Winter Flannel : Winter
VBC Super 120s Flannel Pants : Winter
Wide Wale Corduroys : All year
Wool Twill Pants : Spring/Fall


The sorting was an Excel job, so some might be redundant.
On some of those I had no idea, so please dont be too harsh.
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Originally Posted by Spurious View Post

Can anyone give me a run down on which pants fabrics are for which season?
I am lost, but still tried to identify all the fabrics on the website with specific seasons.

Would be cool if some of you could correct it, might even be helpful for others later:

Baby Cord : All year
Big Plaid Flannel Pants : Winter
Brushed Cotton Twill Pants : All year
Brushed Twill Pants : Spring/Fall
Buff Garment Dyed Cotton Pants: All year
Classic Flannel Pants : Winter
Cotton Canvas Pants : All year
Cotton Chinos : All year
Cotton Drill Pants : All year
Cotton Gabardine Pants : All year
Cotton Khakis: All year
Cotton Moleskin Pants : All year
Cotton Twill Pants : All year
Donegal Wool Pants : Fall/Winter
Fine Twill Wool Pants : Spring/Fall
Four Season Super 100s : All year
Garment Dyed Cotton Canvas : All year
Garment Dyed Cotton Gabardine Pants : All year
Garment Dyed Cotton Linen : Summer
Garment Dyed Cotton Pants : All year
Herringbone Flannel Pants : Fall/Winter
Houndstooth Flannel Pants : Fall/Winter
Houndstooth Plaid Flannel Pants : Fall/Winter
Italian Linen Pants : Summer
Lambswool Flannel Pants : Fall/Winter
Linen and Cotton Pants : Spring/Fall/Summer
Linen and Silk Pants : Summer
Linen Pants : Summer
Madras Pants : All yearSpring/Summer
Moon Donegal Tweed Pants : Fall/Winter
Nailhead Wool Pants : Spring/Fall
Plaid Cotton Pants : Spring/Fall
Plaid Flannel Pants : Fall/Winter
Plaid Linen Pants : Summer
Plaid Seersucker Pants : Summer
Seersucker Pants : Summer
Shepherd's Check Flannel Pants : Winter
Super 140s Wool : Winter
Super Serge Wool Pants : Winter
Tasmanian Wool Pants : Summer
Tropical Wool Pants : Summer
VBC Super 100s Winter Flannel : Winter
VBC Super 120s Flannel Pants : Winter
Wide Wale Corduroys : All yearFall/Winter
Wool Twill Pants : Spring/Fall


The sorting was an Excel job, so some might be redundant.
On some of those I had no idea, so please dont be too harsh.
I would argue that wide wale cords should be restricted to fall/winter and that most flannels and tweeds could probably be worn in the fall too. I guess this really is dependent on temperatures you see through your seasons.
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