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post #3601 of 4612

Can anyone comment on how thick (or thin) the socks are?

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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

Do you guys think these pants: http://www.howardyount.com/collections/spring-2013/products/microdot-wool-pants-blue

would be too matchy match with a standard navy blazer?

I don't think there's enough contrast there
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Originally Posted by DayTripper View Post

Can anyone comment on how thick (or thin) the socks are?

I buy the majority of my dress socks from HY. Great options that aren't too boring or too loud. They are just thick enough to not be see through if that helps. I find them to be the perfect thickness.
post #3604 of 4612
Just got refunds for 3 x pants that didn't fit well. Came as quickly as any vendor refund.

I wouldn't worry about ordering from him at all.

Wish Jamison's stuff fit me - it's beautiful.
post #3605 of 4612
do linen shirts need to be dry cleaned, or can they be washed at home?
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Originally Posted by docka View Post

So the 4-season charcoal wool pants is as versatile as it gets right? 

I'm trying to build up my wardrobe and I want a piece that can work interchangeably on most casual/ business occasions. I recently purchased a navy colored Incotex Ivory pants as well and I heard the fit is quite similar to HY.  

For versatility, 5-season is where it's at. Some people say 6-season but that's just craycray tongue.gif
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do linen shirts need to be dry cleaned, or can they be washed at home?


I've got at least seven linen shirts and I wash them all at home without any problems.

For what it's worth, I always line dry, rather than tumble dry, my shirts.
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

I've got at least seven linen shirts and I wash them all at home without any problems.

For what it's worth, I always line dry, rather than tumble dry, my shirts.

Same here. Wash at home, just don't dry them.
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Which pair did you pick up? Pics would be great. I have the black double monks. Love the shape and fit, although the break in period is taking longer than expected.

 

I would also like to see pics of the shoes. I've been considering purchasing some suede shoes for quite some time now. For what it's worth, I've never had service issues with HY. I recently processed a return without a hitch.
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Tried to contact HY regarding a product. Nothing :(

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Originally Posted by francoamerican View Post

Just got refunds for 3 x pants that didn't fit well. Came as quickly as any vendor refund.

I wouldn't worry about ordering from him at all.

Wish Jamison's stuff fit me - it's beautiful.

I've been trying for over a month.....haven't heard back. Did you email through the address on the website? Thanks
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i have also tried emailing twice in the past few weeks.... will not be buying more until this is resolved.
post #3613 of 4612

I've pull in 5 orders in the last 6 months and processed 2 returns. Shipping notices were always less than 24hours after placing my order. He may not be answering questions but everything else is running smoothly. 

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To give an update in regards to returns. I shipped back an item and the return package was processed in about 3 days. If your returns are taking more than a week after the delivered date,  you should email him directly under the invoice email again and you should be fine. All in all, the return transaction was pretty prompt and I would not hesitate to order from Jamison again. 

post #3615 of 4612
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If your returns are taking more than a week after the delivered date, you should email him directly under the invoice email again and you should be fine.

My mistake must have been asking for an exchange and not a return. But you're saying I shouldn't be direct messaging him on his myspace page?
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