or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread - Page 3

post #31 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

i'm generally an xs, probably around a 36" chest, but why does the shirt measure 40" in the chest for an xs? someone halp.

Halp how? Why don't you halp yoursalf and try one on. If you buy one and need to size up or down you can always exchange.
post #32 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

I don't get the sizing chart...is that in inches? measurements seem huge.

As someone mentioned earlier the measurements are deceiving. These are slim fitting shirts with a tapered cut. Your best bet is to buy one marked in your chest size.

They also offer free returns and exchanges so you can always just try one to see if it works.
post #33 of 1347
Thread Starter 
the 36 measures 39.5" in the chest. it would be a spot on fit for you. I'd be willing to be it fits you better than a gitman xs. as always, free shipping nd free returns.
post #34 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

the 36 measures 39.5" in the chest. it would be a spot on fit for you. I'd be willing to be it fits you better than a gitman xs. as always, free shipping nd free returns.

 

I can guarantee it - I have both a TS 36 and a GV Small - TS very well and much better than the GV.

post #35 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dino19 View Post

I'm pretty concerned when I read "high armhole" plus no shoulder measurement.

 

The 36 chest measurement looks ok for me for a slim fit while the 38 looks big. I'm a S in Gitman for comparison. But, with the high armhole, it's pretty hard to judge without trying. 

 

You're definitely a 36 and it'll fit great.  I'm a S in Gitman too and the TS fits way better and the high armhole is great (just nice slim arms).

post #36 of 1347
Med BD in wvg, M in epaulet, S in jcrew... 38-39" chest = 38/40 in taylor stitch?
post #37 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by trig View Post

Med BD in wvg, M in epaulet, S in jcrew... 38-39" chest = 38/40 in taylor stitch?

 

38.  Based on the measurements, the TS 38 is just a touch larger in the chest than the Epaulet M (the 40 would be significantly larger than an Epaulet M).  The TS sleeves are shorter and neck smaller than the equivalent Epaulet, though.

post #38 of 1347
Fabrics, fit and price point look great, will definitely be giving one a try. Have to keep an eye on the site for updates. The denim looks cool too.
Edited by Klemins - 6/14/12 at 5:53pm
post #39 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by nathanl View Post

 

You're definitely a 36 and it'll fit great.  I'm a S in Gitman too and the TS fits way better and the high armhole is great (just nice slim arms).

Thanks Nathanl for the confidence. It'll be expensive for me to return as I'm not staying in the US. Thus, I must try to get it right at the first go.

post #40 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by nathanl View Post

neck smaller than the equivalent Epaulet

Taylor stitch made a good call here, IMHO. The 17" neck for Epaulet XL is too generous.
post #41 of 1347
Looks like a promising option for basics. One suggestion would be to go ahead and remove out of stock items or emboss a "sold out" tag over them so I don't click through 30 shirts trying to find something in my size.
post #42 of 1347

Tough to hunt around on the site and find what is left in my size. Can I search by size (give me every in stock 40), or another option I like is epaulet's approach - hover over the product image to see sizes available.

post #43 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

I will post some pictures of the shirts on the forum later this week.

You should post pics on this thread from the weekly wednesday releases of new shirts!
post #44 of 1347
Quote:
Originally Posted by herrmj View Post

Tough to hunt around on the site and find what is left in my size. Can I search by size (give me every in stock 40), or another option I like is epaulet's approach - hover over the product image to see sizes available.

 

I agree - a search by size would be nice.

post #45 of 1347
Received a midnight chambray shirt yesterday. I can confirm that the materal is say-holy-fuck-this-material-is-nice-outloud nice. (And I got a grey chambray shirt a couple months ago.)
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread