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HBO time than it takes
[/quote]it is difficult to tell from this pic but what I think you have is this ; when a buttonhole is sewn there is not a hole yet. It is cut out after the sewing is complete . I belive th,at those are just threads that can snipped with a pair of scissors . If not it is easily repairable anyone with a machine capable of making buttonholes( that's about 99.9% of machines) can fix it in minutes
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How good is the warehouse sale.  Are there any better sales usually or can I find these shirts cheaper at other stores?

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Anyone have the patchwork button down and can comment on the fit and look in person? Thx
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Originally Posted by rydude87 View Post

How good is the warehouse sale.  Are there any better sales usually or can I find these shirts cheaper at other stores?
a few that have a slightly cheaper price tag at final sale, but none anywhere close to this that take returns. That said IMO this was a pretty lame warehouse sale
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Anyone have the patchwork button down and can comment on the fit and look in person? Thx
its printed, not actual patchwork. Do not recommend.
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Do the fleece shirts lose its fleeciness after washing?
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Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post

That exact same issue has occurred with my olive overdye oxford from minimal wear. Think I'll try emailing them too, suppose it's worth a try. It really shouldn't be happening at that pricepoint.

 

Interestingly, the shirt I had a problem with was the olive overdye as well.

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Originally Posted by englade321 View Post

HBO time than it takes
[/quote]it is difficult to tell from this pic but what I think you have is this ; when a buttonhole is sewn there is not a hole yet. It is cut out after the sewing is complete . I belive th,at those are just threads that can snipped with a pair of scissors . If not it is easily repairable anyone with a machine capable of making buttonholes( that's about 99.9% of machines) can fix it in minutes

 

no, poor picture. the hole itself is fine, its the fabric above the hole that completely shred apart

gbv and i are figuring it out

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^Excellent customer service from these guys. They are sending me a new replacement olive overdye, even though my purchase was from Mr Porter. Glad I emailed now - they are good guys.
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concur great customer service


Edited by fiefiefie - Today at 11:15 am
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Picked up a blue Oxford around Christmas time during a sale in a large. The fit is perfect in the shoulder and chest, but it's too loose in the waist and way too long at 5'10.

Does anyone have experience with bringing these shirts to the tailor? I realized that they're sewn with French seems and would be more difficult to tailor.

If it's too much work I'm probably just going to sell it. If anyone wants it, PM me to discuss. However, priority is to keep it.
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You can have them sew down the box pleat or add darts for slimness.
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