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FOUR NEW ASHLAND SHIRTS
Hey guys,
A little while ago, I put together a "basic" Ashland program. My thinking was to establish a little collection of season-less fabrics that we can work to restock every season. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
We just got our first delivery, and they came out brilliant. I won't have fit pics until next week, but the shirts are online and available for purchase now. We used smoke MOP buttons on all of the styles, and each is made in brilliant Japanese cloth, and Gitman's best single-needle construction.

Ashland Button Down Blue Oxford: $150

Ashland Button Down Grey Oxford: $150

Ashland Button Down Micro Tattersall: $150

Ashland Button Down Navy Gingham: $150[


Mike, these are ace. Remind me again of how the sizing runs?
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Just used the aforementioned "add 10 to basket" to grab the very last L red blue flannel, cheers.
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Question for Mike - do you have any plans for in-house shirting without back darts?
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The new shirts are flying out of the door. I had the red, blue, and cream flannel (L) in my cart, and then I decided to wait a couple of hours. Now its gone. Good thing I pounced on the plum.
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Here we go boys...hunker down and hoping its just overblown...Brooklyn Strong.
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Those navy steep twill walt's look fantastic. What's the weight on the steep twill fabric like? Do they wear warmer than jeans? I'll be living in Costa Rica for a year starting next year for dissertation research, so I'm wondering if they'll be too thick. I'll be in the capital, though, which is up in the mountains so it's usually in the 70s. I was originally thinking of picking up a pair of the regiments, but I definitely prefer the look of the steep twills.
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Those navy steep twill walt's look fantastic. What's the weight on the steep twill fabric like? Do they wear warmer than jeans? I'll be living in Costa Rica for a year starting next year for dissertation research, so I'm wondering if they'll be too thick. I'll be in the capital, though, which is up in the mountains so it's usually in the 70s. I was originally thinking of picking up a pair of the regiments, but I definitely prefer the look of the steep twills.

I have the rust steep twill and it is a heavy fabric. I think they will definitely wear warmer than jeans. I think they are a three season trouser: fall/winter/spring. You might get away with them in decent 70 degree weather, though, particularly in low humidity.
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Shirts look dope, nice staples

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Stay safe, my Northeastern friends!

I was at the gym and CNN was on. They had this petite Asian girl in rain gear standing outside in the pouring rain reporting while the guys were inside the studios. Reminds me of an old episode of South Park where they had Kenny go outside of a hospital to do something, and there were raptors around the facility, haha.
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I had the red, blue, and cream flannel (L) in my cart, and then I decided to wait a couple of hours. Now its gone.

Sorry satisfied.gif
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Asking for a small favor, could somebody with any Epaulet shirt in size L do a quick measurement across the narrowest part of the midsection? Trying to compare to my M GV shirts
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Asking for a small favor, could somebody with any Epaulet shirt in size L do a quick measurement across the narrowest part of the midsection? Trying to compare to my M GV shirts

They are pretty similar with Epaulet a bit slimmer I think, though I don't own any Epaulet shirts at the moment. If it's an Ashland shirt you are looking at, those are like Gitman Vintage shirts
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Mike, these are ace. Remind me again of how the sizing runs?

Size down one from your standard Epaulet size.

I'm 6'3" / 175, so tall and lean. Epaulet Large shirts fit me amazingly well, with the only thing "off" at all is the collar being a little large. Since I wear the shirts I have exclusively w/ out a tie, it's a non-issue. I wear a Medium in the Ashland. They fit equally well, though just a bit different--sleeves are shorter than EP, and collar is also a touch smaller. Also, the "waist" is less suppressed, which to me makes them look a little better tucked in.

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Originally Posted by afixedpoint View Post

Asking for a small favor, could somebody with any Epaulet shirt in size L do a quick measurement across the narrowest part of the midsection? Trying to compare to my M GV shirts

Not to cross-pollinate, but Blue Owl sells WvG and has comprehensive and accurate measurements. So, look there, and compare to Epaulet. You'll be w/in the margin of error.
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They are pretty similar with Epaulet a bit slimmer I think, though I don't own any Epaulet shirts at the moment. If it's an Ashland shirt you are looking at, those are like Gitman Vintage shirts

RE: Ashland being like Gitman, this is mostly but not entirely true. The arms are longer on Ashalnd, and also THE SAME ON EVERY SHIRT, which is certainly not the case w/ standard Gitman. Chest on the Ashland is not going to be as slim as WvG in general.
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By M GV, I meant medium Gitman Vintage, sorry for not being clear! Going by P2P, I would be a large, but I wanted to compare the midsection.
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procrastinated too long on that red/cream flannel......any chance of a restock on that flannel or anymore awesome flannels coming out Mike?
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