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post #3001 of 4036

Some GBV shirts on sale at shopacrimony.com

 

They just started their Labor Day sale on sale items (40% off)

 

code = "LABOROFLOVE"

 

I nabbed the following, which has been on their sale section for a long time without selling. (why??? people must not like yellow or 

is there something else...)

 

http://www.shopacrimony.com/products/gitman-bros-vintage-bright-yellow-poplin.

 

 

EDIT:

When I posted that link, every size was available. Now, only XL is available. Guess it just needed to go down to the right price for people to make the purchase.


Edited by amathew - 8/31/12 at 2:27pm
post #3002 of 4036
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Post #3000 is a good one:
Yoox is now stocking Gitmans, limited sizes but the classic dishtowel from a while back is there
http://www.yoox.com/us/men/shoponline?dept=men&gender=U&textsearch=RALPH+LAUREN&season=E#/d=2018&textsearch=RALPH+LAUREN&dept=men&gender=U&page=1&season=E&ppp=40

Yeah I'm mixed. Have the key collar on a few shirts, it's nicer when you put the shirt on but by end of the day it's always a bit crumpled.

the key collar is jumping the shark when it comes to the short collar trend. the right side doesn't lay flat when you button it all the way up, and the seam where the collar attaches to the body is mostly exposed because it's so short.
post #3003 of 4036

Does Gitman make different collars?

post #3004 of 4036
Gitman's come with 3 types of collars : button down, key, and club. I believe most stockists get to specify which one they want when they do their initial buy....with the button down collar being the most common/default.
post #3005 of 4036

Do they make shirts without breast pockets? The breast pockets in XS are very big compared to the whole shirt. 

post #3006 of 4036
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

Do they make shirts without breast pockets? The breast pockets in XS are very big compared to the whole shirt. 

i don't think so.

couldn't you easily remove the pocket by just removing the pocket seams/thread
post #3007 of 4036
Tried buying the Grand Slam Tattersall in M from Acrimony yesterday. Got an e-mail from them today saying their system hadn't updated and that it was sold out.

Is this available anywhere else? It looks sold out on Context as well...
post #3008 of 4036
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Originally Posted by robtheklobb View Post

Tried buying the Grand Slam Tattersall in M from Acrimony yesterday. Got an e-mail from them today saying their system hadn't updated and that it was sold out.
Is this available anywhere else? It looks sold out on Context as well...

Doesn't take much to find... http://www.gitmanvintage.com/product/grand-slam-tattersall/
post #3009 of 4036
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

Do they make shirts without breast pockets? The breast pockets in XS are very big compared to the whole shirt. 

They do, but it's up to the shop. Some shops do stuff like different collars, different pockets (e.g. double flap pockets or no pockets). They are hard to find though. Just take a seam ripper to it.
post #3010 of 4036

It doesn't always work to rip off a shirt pocket, because it leaves marks from the stiches where the pockets used to be. 

post #3011 of 4036
39' chest, should I go with a S or M for the vintage oxford? My neck is also 15' and I wear 32/33 in dress shirts. I recently bought an Our Legacy 1940s shirt in M and I feel it's a tad big in the shoulders. I think they are supposed to be a little relaxed but whatever. They measure at 18.5. 18 would probably be perfect for me.

I checked Gitman's size chart and there seems to be quite a big variance between the sizes. Going by the measurements a M would be too big but a S would be too small, no?
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post #3012 of 4036
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Originally Posted by wizzeak View Post

39' chest, should I go with a S or M for the vintage oxford? My neck is also 15' and I wear 32/33 in dress shirts. I recently bought an Our Legacy 1940s shirt in M and I feel it's a tad big in the shoulders. I think they are supposed to be a little relaxed but whatever. They measure at 18.5. 18 would probably be perfect for me.

I checked Gitman's size chart and there seems to be quite a big variance between the sizes. Going by the measurements a M would be too big but a S would be too small, no?
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go with the medium
post #3013 of 4036
Yes, go with M.

Gitman M is relatively slimmer than Our legacy.
I sold a M shirt in gitman because I found it unwearable for me, and I wear M in Our Legacy.

L in gitman is instead too big, not a brand for me sadly.
post #3014 of 4036
There are a few Gitmans in the Context sale. I picked up the blue linen chambray in M. Best summer shirts ever.
post #3015 of 4036
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

There are a few Gitmans in the Context sale. I picked up the blue linen chambray in M. Best summer shirts ever.
Ah so that was you devil.gif

I added it to my cart last night but wasn't sober enough so I stopped myself, woke up this morning and the shirt was gone
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