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post #226 of 3527
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Originally Posted by underwearer View Post
the length is 30.5 Is this including the collar? This seems really long, I need like 27" to wear untucked. The GAP chambray in XS fits me.

Yep, top of collar to bottom of shirt.
post #227 of 3527
The poplin shirt is very light and has a nice sueded feel. It feels comparable to a Jcrew secret wash. The oxfords are pretty nice too. They are cut slimmer and shorter in the sleeves than JC. The sleeves are slim and "darted" as opposed to having pleats by the placket. Collars have a short height but are a bit flimsy. That's probably the biggest complaint here about the shirts. I hated the chambray though. Otherwise they're nice durable shirts for 30 bucks.
post #228 of 3527
post #229 of 3527
Not sure if this has been posted, but here's what I got for measurements in inches for LE Canvas/Heritage shirts in a product inquiry.

S - 42.5 chest, 39.5 waist, 29.5 length, 33.75 sleeve
M - 45.5 chest, 42.5 waist, 30 length, 34.75 sleeve
L - 49.5 chest, 46.5 waist, 30.5 length, 35.75 sleeve
XL - 53.5 chest, 50.5 waist, 31 length, 36.75 sleeve

Was really hoping that the L would be more in the 47 or 48 chest and 42 to 44 waist range, since the sleeve and shirt length looks good for me. I don't know why it is a 3 inch jump from S to M for the chest and waist, and then a 4 inch jump for M to L.
post #230 of 3527
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Originally Posted by NoVaguy View Post
Not sure if this has been posted, but here's what I got for measurements in inches for LE Canvas/Heritage shirts in a product inquiry. S - 42.5 chest, 39.5 waist, 29.5 length, 33.75 sleeve M - 45.5 chest, 42.5 waist, 30 length, 34.75 sleeve L - 49.5 chest, 46.5 waist, 30.5 length, 35.75 sleeve XL - 53.5 chest, 50.5 waist, 31 length, 36.75 sleeve Was really hoping that the L would be more in the 47 or 48 chest and 42 to 44 waist range, since the sleeve and shirt length looks good for me. I don't know why it is a 3 inch jump from S to M for the chest and waist, and then a 4 inch jump for M to L.
I don't think those are accurate. I remember emailing them when they first started selling stuff and the chest was 1.5" smaller and shoulders .5" smaller than what they told me (on all 3 chambrays I bought). My mediums are 44" chest and 18" shoulders. And yeah, they did raise the prices. The chambray was only $32.50 when I bought them around Christmas.
post #231 of 3527
The measurements are wrong. Customer service are idiots.
post #232 of 3527
Just missed the most recent promo, any free shipping codes available?
post #233 of 3527
code: FEB18, pin: 00002535

Worked for me today, bought an OCBD.
post #234 of 3527
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Originally Posted by raginberriodoom View Post
Is anyone else thinking that this market is getting very oversaturated...

I guess it's good for the consumers - more to choose from!

Yeah, I just saw this and that was my first thought too; "So, that's that then... where do we go next?"
post #235 of 3527
I ordered a few of the Vintage Fleece Crew sweatshirts last week and they finally arrived today. They're pretty nice...
post #236 of 3527
Yeah, I picked up one of those crewneck sweatshirts at the downtown Madison store last weekend, great sweatshirt for the price I think and the fit was decent for me. It will assuage my desire for one of the Buzz Rickson ones for a little while anyway.
post #237 of 3527
Those basic sweatshirts are really popular this season at various brands. What differentiates these from the old grade school PE sweatshirts (aside from the LE ones being fleeced).
post #238 of 3527
Picked up the LE canvas wayfarer sunglasses to be my 3rd pair of sunglasses, and picked up two of the pocket squares (navy and light blue gingham).

Also got some regular LE stuff - one slim fit non-iron sized 15.5x36 shirt (my neck is closer to 16 than 15.5, but going down takes about 2 inches off the chest and waist and I almost never wear a tie) and trim fit LE polos (not really that trim, more like athletic). (I forget if LE uses trim or tailored as their identifier). I also put in another order of the custom shirts - went for the navy gingham paintbrush fabric, double-button buttondown collar (i think that's what it is called - it's a normal buttondown collar with a higher collar stance and two buttons in the tie space region), and double button cuffs. This time I took another inch out of the body, since I have been losing weight.

One thing I would like to compare is the fits of the mainline trim fit polos and the LE Canvas polos....
post #239 of 3527
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Originally Posted by NoVaguy View Post
Picked up the LE canvas wayfarer sunglasses to be my 3rd pair of sunglasses, and picked up two of the pocket squares (navy and light blue gingham). Also got some regular LE stuff - one slim fit non-iron sized 15.5x36 shirt (my neck is closer to 16 than 15.5, but going down takes about 2 inches off the chest and waist and I almost never wear a tie) and trim fit LE polos (not really that trim, more like athletic). (I forget if LE uses trim or tailored as their identifier). I also put in another order of the custom shirts - went for the navy gingham paintbrush fabric, double-button buttondown collar (i think that's what it is called - it's a normal buttondown collar with a higher collar stance and two buttons in the tie space region), and double button cuffs. This time I took another inch out of the body, since I have been losing weight. One thing I would like to compare is the fits of the mainline trim fit polos and the LE Canvas polos....
Any opinions on those items, esp the sunglasses? I have a couple items coming from LE as well... Waiting on the LE Canvas scarf in true navy gingham. I assume it's going to be similar to the material and pattern on the pocket squares and poplin shirts. I have a Canvas poplin shirt in that light blue gingham which I like a lot. It's a nice spr/sum color. Also have tailored fit navy polo from regular LE coming. I had tried the new polos in the regular fit, sized down, and it actually fit pretty nicely. The tailored fit I'm hoping will be even better. I get the feeling that their polo shirts are going to shrink which will actually be good if it does. The tailored fit Legacy chinos from the Heritage Collection (LE, not LE Canvas) is really nice yr-round weight. I was going to pick up a pair of the Heritage Chinos from LE Canvas but chose these instead because of the custom hemming. And yes, confusing labels. I actually mentioned this to them. LE Canvas has items labeled Heritage. LE has Heritage Collection with items labeled Legacy.
post #240 of 3527
I had actually ordered some mainline tailored polos from LE and found them to be too big on me. Far too much room in the back of the shirts. I chatted with someone from LE Canvas, and I could be wrong but I recall her saying the LE Canvas polo is 1 inch shorter, .5 inch shorter in the sleeve, and 1 inch smaller in the chest. Also, I tried on the Peacoat and the Harrington. Liked the peacoat but its sleeves were too long and I didn't think it was slim enough. The Harrington's body was a little too short for my liking, I understand that's the style, but almost any shirt I own would stick out under it unless I tucked it in.
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