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post #166 of 416
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Originally Posted by Doctor View Post
Mike, by EST, you mean current New York time, right?

Just clarifying as New York is presently on EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) which results in your current time being one hour ahead of EST.

Just to confuse you - muhaha.

Don't overthink the situation meng. He means current time on the East Coast so by your mind blowing question, I would venture to guess EDT. Be there.
post #167 of 416
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
Epaulet's sizing is spot on for the fit I like and fits right off the rack. Not to mention his materials, buttons, and fabric are the real deal.

amen to that
post #168 of 416
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
amen to that

Amen.

Oh and did I mention his collar roll is beautiful? Well it is. I think this is often an overlooked item over here on SW&D, but this little detail has always stood out for me, brings the whole shirt together. J. Crew's collars are a f***ing joke when you've seen the light of the likes of the collar on an Epaulet shirt.
post #169 of 416
Another +1. I just need to lose weight...I gain a few lb since I bought my shirts. Lol
post #170 of 416
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
Amen. Oh and did I mention his collar roll is beautiful? Well it is. I think this is often an overlooked item over here on SW&D, but this little detail has always stood out for me, brings the whole shirt together. J. Crew's collars are a f***ing joke when you've seen the light of the likes of the collar on an Epaulet shirt.
yeah h&m and other cheaply made buttondowns have TERRIBLE collars ...
post #171 of 416
Thread Starter 
Hey guys,

Thanks so much for all the great feedback - we're really excited that you guys dig the flannels so much! It was a pleasure making them. I'm going to hash through and get back to everyone's questions. First off, here is the full sizing specs:



Sleeves From Back is measured from the center of the upper back. This is for customers who buy their shirts according to collar and sleeve lengths.

Sleeves from Shoulder is measured from the shoulder seam.

Length is measured from the bottom of the collar (where it attaches to the shirt) the middle of the tail.

We're going to launch the shirts at 10AM NYC time (sorry about the EST confusion!)
post #172 of 416
drooltastic
post #173 of 416
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
yeah h&m and other cheaply made buttondowns have TERRIBLE collars ...
it's funny that you (and Tonio) brought this up because that was the first thing I didn't like when I started to become unhappy with J Crew shirts.
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Originally Posted by kelvinsense View Post
drooltastic
yes, it is.
post #174 of 416
im pretty sure im gunna be a XXl
post #175 of 416
Mike, just did a quick measurement on a shirt that fits me well, and p2p it is 22 inches. Does that mean that the medium would be too small? I'm not sure because sometimes there can be discrepancies between p2p and chest size measurements.
post #176 of 416
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by nonissue View Post
Mike, just did a quick measurement on a shirt that fits me well, and p2p it is 22 inches. Does that mean that the medium would be too small? I'm not sure because sometimes there can be discrepancies between p2p and chest size measurements.

What brand of shirt is it?
post #177 of 416
Banana Republic Slim Fit in a medium.
post #178 of 416
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by nonissue View Post
Banana Republic Slim Fit in a medium.

Hmm, I'm not familiar with that one. But if you need a 22 pit-to-pit, then you might want to opt for the Large - even with its 21 p-to-p measurement. I think that the Medium's going to be too slim on you.
post #179 of 416
Yah, I just measured with a tape measure myself and got around 41-42 inches, so I'll go with the large (if I can get one tomorrow haha). Thanks for the quick help man!
post #180 of 416
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
Oh and did I mention his collar roll is beautiful? Well it is. I think this is often an overlooked item over here on SW&D, but this little detail has always stood out for me, brings the whole shirt together. J. Crew's collars are a f***ing joke when you've seen the light of the likes of the collar on an Epaulet shirt.

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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
yeah h&m and other cheaply made buttondowns have TERRIBLE collars ...

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Originally Posted by justtemple View Post
it's funny that you (and Tonio) brought this up because that was the first thing I didn't like when I started to become unhappy with J Crew shirts.

Epaulet Small Batch: the gateway drug from SW&D to MC.
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