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post #46 of 3515
The 25% off also gives you free shipping...an oxford comes out to only $23.50 shipped!
post #47 of 3515
At 42.5" for SMALL OCBD? Seriously? That'd be a full 10" of extra fabric around my chest. How do people wear this stuff ???
post #48 of 3515
That can't be right.
post #49 of 3515
Not sure if Sears LE is carrying them yet but you can return to almost any Sears. Makes the online option a bit more risk free.
post #50 of 3515
Just got a rugby shirt. 25% off with the code and free shipping.
post #51 of 3515
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post
That can't be right.

Could be... It does seem rather odd that they'd measure that huge when them and the GQ article talk about the stuff as "fitted."
post #52 of 3515
wow, great coupon thanks for sharing that. I'm glad I held off ordering.

Now, to decide if I wan't the MacNeils or not. $243.75 is a pretty good price but I know the black is corrected grain leather...not sure about the new brown ones though. I saw the new brown color at the outlet store a few weeks ago and it looked pretty good but I didn't look too closely as they didn't have my size.
post #53 of 3515
i got a small chambray
post #54 of 3515
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
At 42.5" for SMALL OCBD? Seriously?

That'd be a full 10" of extra fabric around my chest. How do people wear this stuff ???

If you have a 32" chest, I'm not surprised that to learn you'd swim in an Adult small.
post #55 of 3515
I pulled the trigger on a size M Chambray....curious to see how it fits compared to their traditional line of sport shirts.
post #56 of 3515
the items only look marginally good on the models, which most likely means it will look like shit on us.
post #57 of 3515
I emailed cs and asked about the sizing and leg opening measurements: "The Heritage Chino leg opening varies but runs between 17" - 18" depending on the waist size of the pant. If you would like to contact us again with your waist size we could get a more specific measurement for you. As for your shirt size, the Size Small should work well for you." I told them I had a 38 inch chest
post #58 of 3515
Ordered a few shirts, trying small mainly, but tossed in one medium(in case they are actually slim fitting). Hopefully this is more successfull than my recent american eagle cheapo shoe buy, which resulted in returning all items.
post #59 of 3515
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Originally Posted by Dewey View Post
If you have a 32" chest, I'm not surprised that to learn you'd swim in an Adult small.
Sure, but isn't ~39" chest standard for slim/fitted/tailored/buzzword smalls? Not that i can wear that either, just voicing my shock.
post #60 of 3515
For Jcrew my 39" chest fits their S fine. Generally a trim cut is considered about 2" to 4" of allowance. So a 42.5" chest on slim S sounds about right. A bit on more allowance but definitely not tent-like. 32" chest is ridiculously small considering most slim people have chest measurements close to or a few inches larger than shoulders. A 32" chest implies you'd be wearing a 30 suit??
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