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post #3466 of 4110
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

if it wasn't for the big collars i'd like gitman a lot right now i only own one shirt from them used to own 9

Do you have any idea what punctuation is?

I'm 5'10" for what it's worth.
post #3467 of 4110
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

if it wasn't for the big collars i'd like gitman a lot right now i only own one shirt from them used to own 9

 

South Willard says in their description "smaller button down collar". And from the pictures they do look quite a bit smaller:

 

 

So you might try them. They have a pretty good selection every season.

 

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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post


Me too, but I can't find a medium anywhere. Only seems to be available at Barney's.

 

Need Supply has the long-sleeved version on pre-order.

post #3468 of 4110
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Originally Posted by jwalterweather View Post

Need Supply has the long-sleeved version on pre-order.

Thanks. Dumb question, but is it easy to make a long-sleeve shirt into a short-sleeve shirt?
post #3469 of 4110
Yea i saw that a while back i honestly bought the one i have now on sale and to see if extra small changed.

Long time ago chest was painted on sleeves fit baggy and length was long,

Chest now has enough room sleeves a bit slimmer. I dont like button down collars this is the only one of that type i own.

If it was a smaller collar no buttons id give that a try. Not the key collar thats a bit too small
post #3470 of 4110
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Originally Posted by jwalterweather View Post

 

South Willard says in their description "smaller button down collar". And from the pictures they do look quite a bit smaller:

 

 

So you might try them. They have a pretty good selection every season.

 

 

Need Supply has the long-sleeved version on pre-order.

 

 

 

Assuming the cut is the same as previous years, the South Willard collars are 2.5" long as opposed to the standard 3" length.

post #3471 of 4110
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post




First drop hit the store today; getting 3 more styles in a few weeks

195 for the corduroy, 175 otherwise. Sizes S-XL

No XS? silliness

post #3472 of 4110
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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post

Thanks. Dumb question, but is it easy to make a long-sleeve shirt into a short-sleeve shirt?

Nothing a quality tailor can't take care of.
post #3473 of 4110
Any other places stocking this flannel shirt other than Frans Boone? Need a medium, which is sold out there.

post #3474 of 4110
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Originally Posted by rennavate View Post

Any other places stocking this flannel shirt other than Frans Boone? Need a medium, which is sold out there.

 

 

It's not on their website but Ron Herman in LA (on Melrose) has it. I'd suggest giving them a call.
 

post #3475 of 4110

We have it at Independence!

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Ours is cheaper though! $175.00 plus shipping. Call or email (312.675.2105 or info@independence-chicago.com)

 

We also have several styles from SS13 on sale for 30% off right now!

 

http://independence-chicago.com/brands/gitman-bros-vintage/

post #3478 of 4110

South Willard is a good shop. Their collars are custom cut to a shorter 2.5" (as opposed to the usual 3") if you like that sort of thing.
 

post #3479 of 4110
Gitman customer service is fucking awful. Order a shirt and want to return it, the invoice says I need to get a return authorization number from them. So I send them an email, no response for a few days, send them another one to follow up, and I get back an email that just says "here's the tracking info" with a copy-paste of the UPS site. Reply that I needed an R/A number, not the tracking, and I hear nothing back. What the fuck.
post #3480 of 4110
In my experience a lot of these smaller companies suck at email...Alden is another good example. Pick up a phone and call them, it will probably go much more smoothly.
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