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My shirt was shipped on Saturday, About how long should I anticipate for delivery to the Midwest?
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I would grab the Second tie. A navy tie is the most versatile of the three and looks killer with White Button up shirts!
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My shirt was shipped on Saturday, About how long should I anticipate for delivery to the Midwest?

Approximately 7 business days for me here in Michigan.
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Approximately 7 business days for me here in Michigan.

Thanks - getting antsy to see it in person. I'm second guessing my fabric choice based on the picture that was emailed to me, but will have to see/feel it in person before passing any judgement.
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Thanks - getting antsy to see it in person. I'm second guessing my fabric choice based on the picture that was emailed to me, but will have to see/feel it in person before passing any judgement.

Definitely the largest drawback from MT. Wish they included much more fabric information. And with so many to choose, I'm still not sure what I'm buying.
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I'm looking at trying my first shirt from MT, any free shipping or discount coupons floating around?
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Do you have to get one of these three? My vote is for none of these.

They aren't bad ties and free is the best price.
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I recently purchased a grey and a navy from Winston Tailors in NY. Very nice man. However, they dont have brown so I stumbled upon moderntailor.com. Can anyone let me know if these are grenadine ties? http://moderntailor.com/pub/pd.do?ac...=&id=2237&all= http://moderntailor.com/pub/pd.do?ac...=&id=2227&all= Cheers
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I recently purchased a grey and a navy from Winston Tailors in NY. Very nice man. However, they dont have brown so I stumbled upon moderntailor.com.

Can anyone let me know if these are grenadine ties?
http://moderntailor.com/pub/pd.do?ac...=&id=2237&all=

http://moderntailor.com/pub/pd.do?ac...=&id=2227&all=

Cheers

I am 100% sure those are not grenadine ties.
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Latest shirt from MT. The fabric is wrinkly, but thick and looks like of good quality.

Overall the only thing I don't like is that the sleeves are a bit too big, mostly on the forearm. It sucks that there is no option to give forearm measurement. My bicep fits on spot but the forearm is not as thick and the sleeve should be tapered towards the end.

What do you think guys?

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^^^^^

A little too tapered in the waist/hips perhaps? There's a bit of pulling in the middle.
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^^^^^

A little too tapered in the waist/hips perhaps? There's a bit of pulling in the middle.

Yes. I would also take in the yoke slightly and lengthen the sleeves to compensate. Maybe slim the bicep measurement slightly as well. I would make those changes and then re-evaluate once you get your next shirt.
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It sucks that there is no option to give forearm measurement.

Maybe relevant; don't know modern tailor's interface/procedures, but at TailorStore the fit of the forearm/sleeve is determined by whether their body-measurement "slim fit" option has been selected. According to their site, this also applies when ordering a shirt by giving shirt-measurements.

Anyway, IIRC from this thread, modern tailor can be reasoned with. Just make the request.
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I am 100% sure those are not grenadine ties.

Thank you, deve! Btw, where in so cal are you at? I'm in Santa Monica.

Cheers
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Yes. I would also take in the yoke slightly and lengthen the sleeves to compensate. Maybe slim the bicep measurement slightly as well. I would make those changes and then re-evaluate once you get your next shirt.

Why take in yoke? They already seem quite narrow. Any more and he'll look like he has giant hulk arms.
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