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That camp shirt with all those shirtless men is really homo lol. It looks cool far away though. LOL.
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Anyone have experience with their XS? I have a S in the dotted chambray and it fits perfectly, so I bought the blackwatch hopsack in a S and it is really long in the sleeves and the back. I'm going to return it and see if an XS fits better.
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All my GBV shirts are XS, and there's a big difference between XS and S.

For reference: I am 5'7'' and 120 lbs with 35'' chest.

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does anyone have any alternatives to gbv's OCBD? The fits almost perfect when I get a small. The waist is slightly big and a little long. But at 100-150 dollars a shirt I can't afford too many. I'm a broke college student :(

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does anyone have any alternatives to gbv's OCBD? The fits almost perfect when I get a small. The waist is slightly big and a little long. But at 100-150 dollars a shirt I can't afford too many. I'm a broke college student frown.gif

Eat more pasta
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does anyone have any alternatives to gbv's OCBD? The fits almost perfect when I get a small. The waist is slightly big and a little long. But at 100-150 dollars a shirt I can't afford too many. I'm a broke college student frown.gif

Try to get them when they're on sale, that way they're closer to $100-$110.

There's a company called Lumina that makes OCBDs; it was reviewed on Well Spent. You won't get any crazy prints there, but you'll get good basic colours for $85 or so.

You could also try Uniqlo.

Also, keep an eye on the Buy and Sell forum, they pop up there from time to time anywhere from $75 to $100.
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does anyone have any alternatives to gbv's OCBD? The fits almost perfect when I get a small. The waist is slightly big and a little long. But at 100-150 dollars a shirt I can't afford too many. I'm a broke college student frown.gif

wolf vs goat on sale or in B&S. Much nicer than GV.
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WvG fabrics and construction worse than GBV for sure.  

 

Neither are that great to warrant the price points anyways.

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WvG fabrics and construction worse than GBV for sure.  
Neither are that great to warrant the price points anyways.

Why do you say that? That hasn't been my impression from the ones I've handled.
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Anyone have experience with oxfords by Maison Kitsune (http://www.mrporter.com/product/315553)? Gitman has been my go to shirt for a long time and the fit is nearly perfect but I just can't stand the blousy look anymore. The Maison Kitsune shirt has a really shallow cut at the bottom so there is barely any "tail" on the shirt. Anybody know of some other shirts that are cut this way?
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Try to get them when they're on sale, that way they're closer to $100-$110.
There's a company called Lumina that makes OCBDs; it was reviewed on Well Spent. You won't get any crazy prints there, but you'll get good basic colours for $85 or so.
You could also try Uniqlo.
Also, keep an eye on the Buy and Sell forum, they pop up there from time to time anywhere from $75 to $100.

 

ok thanks! ill check out lumina, yea not looking for any crazy prints since, im starting to rebuild my wardrobe. lost a ton of weight :)))) hmm on uniqlo, id rather get jcrew or club monaco on sale... but maybe one day ill check it out... too lazy to buy/return to try out their sizing...

 

 

 

eat more pasta????

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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

WvG fabrics and construction worse than GBV for sure.  

Neither are that great to warrant the price points anyways.

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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Why do you say that? That hasn't been my impression from the ones I've handled.
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

WvG fabrics and construction worse than GBV for sure.  

Neither are that great to warrant the price points anyways.

Yeah I wasn't too impressed by WvG, bought a bunch on b&s when I was debating whether I wanted to get a tote or not, half were nice, other half not so much
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Rugby is going out of business at some time this winter, and they had frequent sales to begin with....their oxfords have always been a favorite of mine, nice trim fit IMHO, although they started putting their logo on the solid oxfords which I wasn't too keen on. Check their B&M stores for some of their older solid oxfords maybe.

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Originally Posted by snowboardpunk View Post

does anyone have any alternatives to gbv's OCBD? The fits almost perfect when I get a small. The waist is slightly big and a little long. But at 100-150 dollars a shirt I can't afford too many. I'm a broke college student :(

your best bet might be to get some cheap Uniqlo joints and pay a tailor $20 to get the perfect fit. That's what I do with my Bonobos OBCD. They fit kinda awful but the weight/fabric is really good so it's worth the extra effort, and none of the various brands I've tried around $100 fit me that well anyway

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Gitman on sale at South Willard.
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