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post #196 of 255
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Originally Posted by Arnold Grape View Post

Not sure if it's already elsewhere here, but will there be a different white oxford shirt for FW 13 or is it the same as the one from the summer? Additionally, do the oxfords have the same cut as shirts from last year? (I own the grey flannel, which has to be my best fitting shirt by far)

All of the Oxford shirts are carry-over styles from season to season, so same fabrics, same everything. And all of our shirts have the same cut, so while there might be some slight differences from shirt to shirt depending on the material and how it hangs on you...the patterns are identical.
post #197 of 255
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Originally Posted by Gavin View Post


All of the Oxford shirts are carry-over styles from season to season, so same fabrics, same everything. And all of our shirts have the same cut, so while there might be some slight differences from shirt to shirt depending on the material and how it hangs on you...the patterns are identical.

Awesome. All of which is very good news for me. I like the tailoring on the shirts, specifically: they seem to fit at the shoulders for me, and are somewhat tapered through the body, while also being slim-fit and tapered through the length of the arms. The collar is also somehow just right. Great job.  

post #198 of 255
United Stock Dry Goods "French Terry" Hooded Sweatshirts


New from United Stock Dry Goods....French Terry hoodies! United's French Terry hoodies are 100% produced in Canada, knit in Toronto from local spun yarn. The fabric is soft and will become softer with wear, the construction is impeccable, and the fit is slim through arms and body giving a clean modern silhouette. It is a solid basic in great color and fit!

United Stock Dry Goods "French Terry" Hooded Sweatshirt in Indigo
* Uses real indigo and will fade with wear developing unique characteristics and fade patterns.
* YKK Zipper
* 100% cotton
* Made in Canada


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7340000

United Stock Dry Goods "French Terry" Hooded Sweatshirt in Red
* Tiger stripe design along cuffs and bottom
* YKK Zipper
* 100% cotton
* Made in Canada


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7340001

United Stock Dry Goods "French Terry" Hooded Sweatshirt in Gray
* Tiger stripe design along cuffs and bottom
* YKK Zipper
* 100% cotton
* Made in Canada


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7340002

Further details can be seen our latest blogpost - http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/08/united-stock-dry-goods-french-terry.html
post #199 of 255

How much will the Indigo dobby chore coat retail for?

post #200 of 255
I've got a question about the shirt sizing. Everyone is comparing the slim-ness to Band of Outsiders, but when I tried on the USDG shirts in S, they were big all over on me, and I'd wear a 0 or 1 in BoO (which fits very well). Do the shirts come in XS as well, or am I missing something here?

I also figured I'd throw in my 2c about the denim. I bought the 14oz grey tonal stitch in the Narrow fit a few months ago, and they are really great. They're very sturdy and cleanly-constructed, and the fit is the best I've ever worn. I especially like the felled inseams. They're much cleaner and more comfortable than the overlocked inseams that most brands use, especially on a slimmer jean. The pocket bag material also has a proportional feel to the denim in terms of weightiness, which is good. One of my pet peeves is when the pocket bag material is significantly lighter/heavier than the pant fabric, which can make them feel funny, but that's not the case here. The pockets are pretty shallow, but I actually like that -- they're just deep enough that a phone won't fall out, but not so deep that you need to dig with your hands (also great considering the jeans' slim-ness). One thing that did surprise me is that I didn't really get much stretch at all in the thighs and waist, and they were fairly snug there. Maybe the 12.5oz have more give there. But overall, a lot of focus on wearability in the design, and a sharp fit. I'd recommend them over N&F in a heartbeat for basic jeans, especially when the price point is so similar.
post #201 of 255

So who's got fade pics on United denim? Seems like there isn't much out there. I've got a pair of narrow indigos that I've been working on for the past few weeks, but nothing to show off just yet. Anyone have some denim they've been working on for a while?

post #202 of 255
The French Terry Shawl looks fantastic. Anywhere in NYC I can buy said item?
post #203 of 255
Hi,

Where can I find that blue and red check shirt that the gent is wearing in the first page of the FW13 lookbook--preferably one with online ordering, since without that it doesn't help me much? I can't find it anywhere, and I have looked at many sites.
post #204 of 255
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post #205 of 255

Where can one find measurements for your shirt sizes? I know blueowl has some, but they lack the very important neck size.

post #206 of 255
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Originally Posted by Matthieu View Post

Where can one find measurements for your shirt sizes? I know blueowl has some, but they lack the very important neck size.

Neck sizes on S/M/L/XL are 14.75"/15.25"/15.75"/16.25"
post #207 of 255

Much appreciated, it seems an XL will fit me just fine then: I have a 45'' chest and, at that size, shirts generally have a 17 to 18'' neck, while mine is 16-¼''. It was beginning to think I would be forced to go custom for all my shirts. :)

post #208 of 255
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Originally Posted by Mehmet Korkmaz View Post

I've got a question about the shirt sizing. Everyone is comparing the slim-ness to Band of Outsiders, but when I tried on the USDG shirts in S, they were big all over on me, and I'd wear a 0 or 1 in BoO (which fits very well). Do the shirts come in XS as well, or am I missing something here?

I also figured I'd throw in my 2c about the denim. I bought the 14oz grey tonal stitch in the Narrow fit a few months ago, and they are really great. They're very sturdy and cleanly-constructed, and the fit is the best I've ever worn. I especially like the felled inseams. They're much cleaner and more comfortable than the overlocked inseams that most brands use, especially on a slimmer jean. The pocket bag material also has a proportional feel to the denim in terms of weightiness, which is good. One of my pet peeves is when the pocket bag material is significantly lighter/heavier than the pant fabric, which can make them feel funny, but that's not the case here. The pockets are pretty shallow, but I actually like that -- they're just deep enough that a phone won't fall out, but not so deep that you need to dig with your hands (also great considering the jeans' slim-ness). One thing that did surprise me is that I didn't really get much stretch at all in the thighs and waist, and they were fairly snug there. Maybe the 12.5oz have more give there. But overall, a lot of focus on wearability in the design, and a sharp fit. I'd recommend them over N&F in a heartbeat for basic jeans, especially when the price point is so similar.

Weird. I wear size 1 boo shirts and size small in USDG fits much smaller everywhere, but especially arms. I can't roll my sleeves up past my forearms at all with my USDG shirts
post #209 of 255

Recently purchased the Narrow Fit Indigo/Indigo/Selvedge and kept TTS. Should have sized down as the waist is getting really loose and am in need of a belt now. But overall the quality and construction is top class. 

post #210 of 255
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Originally Posted by kahkian View Post
 

Recently purchased the Narrow Fit Indigo/Indigo/Selvedge and kept TTS. Should have sized down as the waist is getting really loose and am in need of a belt now. But overall the quality and construction is top class. 

 

These are great jeans that don't get enough love or recognition. The more brands I try, the more I realize how nice the fabric is on the USDG Navy Selvedge jeans. I've played around with a fair share of USDG, N&F, Momotaro, Gustin, Samurai, etc. (All over the map). I keep coming back to my USDG navys. The denim is ridiculously soft, the Narrow cut is one of the best around for "normal" guys, and the construction is solid. Highly recommended. 

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