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Epaulet shop - Official Affiliate thread - Page 3432post #51466 of 576853/2/16 at 5:07pmpost #51467 of 576853/2/16 at 6:27pmpost #51468 of 576853/3/16 at 4:43amQuote:
Most of the increments are half inch, but sleeve and collar can be done down to the quarter inch.
Body length moves in 1" increments only. I wish that we could dial it in more than that. Most fabrics shrink in body length a little bit after a wash as those are the longest continuous I pieces of fabric. So I'll always advise erring on the longer side
Yes it will. The traditional sleeve length on dress shirts (a number like 34) is equal to the full sleeve plus half of the yoke. Make the yoke 0.5" longer and each sleeve falls 0.25" longer on your arm.
That's in raw numbers. In real life, quarter inch increments are not really noticable on sleeves. But we'll adjust for that kind of thing if we modify the yokepost #51469 of 576853/3/16 at 7:12amQuote:Originally Posted by Epaulet
nope, just dragging my heels on it. I just put this guide online, it's a little bit quick n' dirty so please excuse the lousy lighting and wrinkles.
Hit me with these five measurements and we can get most of the crucial dimensions.
The two things which are a little bit harder are body shaping and sleeve diameter.
If you wear our jackets and upper-body clothes fine then don't worry about the sleeve. We order a trim, tailored sleeve, but it's not skinny. If you don't wear our stuff and your upper arms are bigger than 16" or so, we'll get you a regular sleeve. You'll know if you need the regular sleeve though - most Styleforum-area clothing is going to be too tight on your arms.
The waist of the shirt can be adjusted for a bigger or a smaller drop. Most of the guys here wear our standard shirt drop just fine. If you've got a big to waist taper we can make it more aggressive. If you have some weight around the middle we can make it less so. Best way to determine this is to get two fit photos of you wearing the shirt from the front and side. And your normal jacket and waist size...
This is great info. I've tried Epaulet shirts on a few occasions without much success. The problem areas are always the upper arm and (to a lesser extent) the gut. Knowing that these two areas can be adjusted might make me finally give the MTO a try.post #51470 of 576853/3/16 at 11:55amQuote:
@Michigan Planner yup, we can do that. I'd need the order today and your fit pics by tomorrow afternoon - Individualized is really strict with their promo times.
The regular Individualized sleeve will have enough room. We did a fitting last week for Adele's personal trainer - the guy is an amateur bodybuilder and has pretty huge arms. Still a good fit on him in the bicep and armhole.
And the gut is no problem to dial in, we do that all of the time. I can calculate it with a clean pic from the side. If anything, we might err on the looser side for your first shirt, as it's very easy to have it taken in if need be.post #51471 of 576853/3/16 at 11:56ampost #51472 of 576853/3/16 at 12:01pmpost #51473 of 576853/3/16 at 12:02pmpost #51474 of 576853/3/16 at 12:12pmpost #51475 of 576853/3/16 at 12:40pmpost #51476 of 576853/3/16 at 1:13pmpost #51477 of 576853/3/16 at 1:18pmpost #51478 of 576853/3/16 at 1:33pmpost #51479 of 576853/3/16 at 1:33pmBeen out of touch for a little while, but I just saw on IG that today is the last day for the Individualized promotion. Got my eye on the newly added fabrics. I have one Individualized shirt I got from another SF user last year -- can I place an order today and make changes based off of his order tonight or tomorrow?post #51480 of 576853/3/16 at 2:07pmHuQuote:Originally Posted by ahjota
Been out of touch for a little while, but I just saw on IG that today is the last day for the Individualized promotion. Got my eye on the newly added fabrics. I have one Individualized shirt I got from another SF user last year -- can I place an order today and make changes based off of his order tonight or tomorrow?
Yessir - we just need the order by midnight and your sizing finalized by tomorrow afternoon
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