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I've seen three fits amongst the shirts. The 1940s shirt is a bit more relaxed. Generation shirt is pretty slim throughout the body. The 1950s shirt is somewhere in between the Generation Shirt and the 1940s Shirt.

-Saager

 



What about the first shirt fit? Looking at the floral camo

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I haven't tried on the first shirt and we have not stocked it yet but from what I remember it was slightly shorter than most OL shirts.
 

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What about the first shirt fit? Looking at the floral camo


 

post #228 of 562
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I haven't tried on the first shirt and we have not stocked it yet but from what I remember it was slightly shorter than most OL shirts.

 



Thanks, looking at fits it seems pretty short which is perfect for me, just haven't tried one on before
post #229 of 562
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I received my jean jacket last week. Color is great, the same color as pictured on TBS. As far as the quality, the fabric is very light and quite thin. I think this is due to the linen. The fabric resembles more of a denim shirt, but it still looks like a jacket. Great for layering and those hot spring/summer days. Fit is a little boxy, which a jean jacket should be anyways. I like it and have already layered it a few days out of the week, as it is still cold in San Francisco this time of year.

hey is yours size S?

I tried emailing our legacy but they respond to emails like never.

I would like to know what the length is like on these jean jackets, sigh...
post #230 of 562
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hey is yours size S?
I tried emailing our legacy but they respond to emails like never.
I would like to know what the length is like on these jean jackets, sigh...

Mine is sz XS. The length on this is 24.75 inches excluding the collar.
post #231 of 562
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Mine is sz XS. The length on this is 24.75 inches excluding the collar.

thanks. Are the sleeves also slim (taking into consideration its a light jacket of course)? Really like the slim sleeves of 1940's shirts.

God the more I'm looking at detailed shots the more shit I want to buy. Never knew the unstructured blazer in constellation navy had specks on it. Now I want that one too sigh ... has anyone got that one?
post #232 of 562
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Originally Posted by 89andy View Post

hey is yours size S?
I tried emailing our legacy but they respond to emails like never.
I would like to know what the length is like on these jean jackets, sigh...

They take a few days to respond.

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post #233 of 562
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thanks. Are the sleeves also slim (taking into consideration its a light jacket of course)? Really like the slim sleeves of 1940's shirts.
God the more I'm looking at detailed shots the more shit I want to buy. Never knew the unstructured blazer in constellation navy had specks on it. Now I want that one too sigh ... has anyone got that one?

I got that blazer coming some time next week. Hopefully it works out, then I'll have gotten my 3 blue summer blazers out of the way.
post #234 of 562
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I got that blazer coming some time next week. Hopefully it works out, then I'll have gotten my 3 blue summer blazers out of the way.

post some updates when you get it.

Just copped the irregular jean jacket off TBS with coupon code of course. Can't wait!
post #235 of 562
Anybody able to comment on the fit of this blazer from FW11
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Anybody able to comment on the fit of this blazer from FW11

 

It's very boxy, didn't fit me very well I'm afraid. I'm very tall and pretty skinny. Looks amazing though.

post #237 of 562
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thanks. Are the sleeves also slim (taking into consideration its a light jacket of course)? Really like the slim sleeves of 1940's shirts.
God the more I'm looking at detailed shots the more shit I want to buy. Never knew the unstructured blazer in constellation navy had specks on it. Now I want that one too sigh ... has anyone got that one?

I actually just ordered the Constellation blazer this morning. I'll post some impressions and some pictures next week.
post #238 of 562
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It's very boxy, didn't fit me very well I'm afraid. I'm very tall and pretty skinny. Looks amazing though.

Thanks, what size did you get / do you remember the measurements?
post #239 of 562
Got the constellation blazer today. Only got to unbox it before I had to head back into work. Initial impressions was that it's very thin/lightweight, so it would be perfect in the hot, humid, dog days of summer.
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Got the constellation blazer today. Only got to unbox it before I had to head back into work. Initial impressions was that it's very thin/lightweight, so it would be perfect in the hot, humid, dog days of summer.

Is that the really really unconstructed one they have that is almost like a shirt?
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