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2011.08.19

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Originally Posted by racknac View Post


i bought it... what is a key collar? that is the only difference i'm noticing...

It's basically a small point collar. The medium poplin I have for sale in my signature has one; there is a close up photo in the thread if you want to see what if looks like with the top button buttoned.
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2011.08.19


awesome, wish i can find one
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...wow
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Hah that is ridiculous.

Here is the original GANT rugger version for anyone who hasn't seen it:

500
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

Bit unsure on the sizing of these - not sure if I need M or L (i'm interested in the dish towel patterned shirt as well as the oxfords).

I have a large neck, wide shoulders slim waist. I am 184cm, 186 pounds. I like my shirts to be reasonably trim through the body. Usually shirts than fit me nicely in the body won't do up at the collar and/or have shoulders that are too small.

For instance in Brooks Brothers ESF, I will buy 16 or 16.5 collar size but then need to get the back darted fairly heavily. I am usually a size 40 suit.

From the measurements page and what is said here about the fit, an M would be right in everything except the collar (15.5"), which won't do up if I were to wear an M. On the oxfords, this might be a problem, but not so much on the dish towel. Ideally I think i'd get the L collar (16.5") and the M body shape!

So - do you guys think M or L is the way to go? Do the oxfords fit any differently from the casual shirts such as the dish towel?

Quoting an earlier post of mine because I received my Dishtowel shirt today. Fits nicely, and the collar even does up which means its at least 16"/16.5".

The casual shirts, or at least this one, must definitely fit a bit looser than the oxfords. Think I would get an L if I buy one of those.

Perhaps this isn't uncommon with oxford cloth - BB Subpima Oxfords definitely fit about half an inch to an inch smaller in the neck than their regular shirting line IMO.
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I would go with the M if you don't plan on doing up the collar, L otherwise. Gitman shirts are pretty casual anyways, so I would just go with the M so you don't need to tailor an L
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Ordered Friday afternoon, showed up about an hour ago.

Frances May is good in my book!
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How tall are you? and what size did you order?

 

6'1 here, 38 inch waist, thinking about ordering M.

 

Looks great on you btw.

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I count 7 buttons--guessing it's a small. teacha.gif
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It is indeed a small.

I am 5'7, 145 for reference.
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Originally Posted by arsn89 View Post

How tall are you? and what size did you order?

 

6'1 here, 38 inch waist, thinking about ordering M.

 

Looks great on you btw.


I'm 6'1' 35" waist, 44" chest and no way I could fit M. L is slim on me.

Unless you meant a 38" chest, them M may even be big.
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I'm 6'1' 35" waist, 44" chest and no way I could fit M. L is slim on me.

Unless you meant a 38" chest, them M may even be big.
If he indeed has a 38 inch chest, the M will be big, no doubt. If you have a 38 inch waist, the large should fit you perfectly as I am also 6'1 with a 38 inch waist.
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lol Sorry, meant 38 inch chest. My waist size is 31 inches.

 

But a M would indeed be too big for a person who is  6'1 and a chest size like mine? Would the sleeve length on a small be too short?

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