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post #496 of 1471
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Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

Thanks for asking. We will not be restocking the dearborn overshirt - it was a one time collaboration. We do however hope to collaborate with them again in the new year on another project.

a shame as I missed that particular project. look forward to seeing what you do with them again!
post #497 of 1471
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Originally Posted by mcdecker1 View Post

I'd love to see either a more substantial patch on your denim, or see you remove the patch. I have two pairs and was really disappointed with the quality of the patch (flimsy, fell apart after ONE, even though I didn't put in dryer).
The "black" denim that fades indigo was a very cool concept but the result just looked dirty, since it only really faded in the crotch area. I was pretty disappointed with that.
Two shirts had to be repaired because the buttons broke within a couple of weeks.
Those incidents aside, I like the product overall - the price point is fair and construction is usually solid. The shop itself is also very cool, and I appreciate the constant interaction with users/customers.
I would love to see you guys venture into more leather goods!

We changed up the leather patch on our most recent denims to a 12 oz natural veggie tan patch that we treated with a water sealant to keep it from soaking up and we also sewed it on all 4 sides.

I'm sorry the overdye didn't work for you. I'll try and post some pictures of some others soon. We had a couple we saw that came out awesome.

We are definitely working on some more leather goods with a manufacturer here in the states. A small line of leather goods will launch this spring at some point. We will probably introduce them one by one as they become perfected. Starting with a belt.

Thanks for all the input! We definitely have a lot more awesome stuff in the works this year.
post #498 of 1471
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Originally Posted by meso View Post

The one thing I would like to see more of is different styles/cuts. Your house shirt is awesome. But there are only so many shirts I can buy, and the overshirt-styled shirts you make are pretty slim to function as overshirts, unless you're really skinny or wear a t-shirt. It would be great to see jackets a la rogue territory.

Definitely adding more styles this year. There is a deconstructed blazer in the works as we speak. The project jacket we launched has a lower armhole and a bit more room through the chest so it fits more like a jacket than our other overshirts.
post #499 of 1471
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Originally Posted by Broark View Post

I'd like to see more basics, like the tshirts and sweaters. Similar to the indigo ones you guys released just in a wider variety of colors.

Lots of this stuff in the works as well. We have been developing some pretty awesome knit fabrics for polos, tees, crewnecks, sweatpants...
post #500 of 1471
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Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

Happy New Year to all at Style Forum! We were blown away by your interest and participation in the thread last year. As many of you know, it was the first thread we have ever participated in. Most importantly, we want to improve the thread this year based on your feedback.
What would you like to see more of in the thread?
What can we do better?
What projects did you like?
What are some of your other favorite threads.
Again, we can't thank you all enough for your time and intelligence.
The TS fellas

 

I started out with the Mechanics shirt and now TS is the bulk of my shirt wardrobe! nod[1].gif

 

My favorites so far are the Japanese prints (really nice and unique fabrics) and the indigo oxfords (interesting but subtle).

 

I'd really love to see some of the dressier fabrics (gingham, etc) done up in the buttondown/Jack pattern.  Something that could be dressed up without a tie - the spread collar just doesn't look right to me with the top button undone and tieless.

post #501 of 1471
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Originally Posted by nathanl View Post

I started out with the Mechanics shirt and now TS is the bulk of my shirt wardrobe! nod%5B1%5D.gif

My favorites so far are the Japanese prints (really nice and unique fabrics) and the indigo oxfords (interesting but subtle).

I'd really love to see some of the dressier fabrics (gingham, etc) done up in the buttondown/Jack pattern.  Something that could be dressed up without a tie - the spread collar just doesn't look right to me with the top button undone and tieless.

Ive wanted a Navy mechanic shirt so hopefully this is reissued some time this year.

Also interested in the deconstructed jacket...do we have a price point yet? Only reason I ask is Jcrew has something that looks like it might work but would much rather buy from you guys if the price was any where near the same give or take 50-100 bucks for wiggle room.
post #502 of 1471
Deconstructed blazer sounds great, if it's not too dressy.
post #503 of 1471
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Deconstructed blazer definitely won't be too dressy. We will be running it in different fabrics throughout the year. It will be much more functional in most men's everyday wardrobe.

Price point will depend on fabrics but we are really shooting to get it in the $195 - $225 range as best we can!

We want it to be an easy buy so they can be paired well with many of our shirts.
post #504 of 1471
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Originally Posted by taylorstitch View Post

Deconstructed blazer definitely won't be too dressy. We will be running it in different fabrics throughout the year. It will be much more functional in most men's everyday wardrobe.
Price point will depend on fabrics but we are really shooting to get it in the $195 - $225 range as best we can!
We want it to be an easy buy so they can be paired well with many of our shirts.

Thats what I like to hear. Looking forward to this.
post #505 of 1471

That price range for the blazer sounds perfect. I'm looking for one in a late spring/summer/early fall weight.

 

As for product ideas, I would love to see some more of the patterned dress shirts (gingham, tattersall, checks, etc.).

 

Happy New Year, fellas!

post #506 of 1471
any chance we can get a release schedule for the coming months like we were lucky enough to receive at the end or 2012? biggrin.gif
post #507 of 1471
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Originally Posted by cantfade_me View Post

any chance we can get a release schedule for the coming months like we were lucky enough to receive at the end or 2012? biggrin.gif

Things are shifting around a bit right now. Once we get a better grasp on them we will let you guys know!
post #508 of 1471
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Tomorrow is a double release gents. We thought we would put together some great alternatives to straight up dress shoes and shirts. Four awesome collaborations with Rancourt & Co. as well as four brushed cotton dress shirts. We just stepped things up as well and are now putting pearl buttons on the English style shirts for a touch more class. We figured you guys deserved it.

Use the code STAYSHARP for 10% off the new collection of products this evening and tomorrow only.
post #509 of 1471

A deconstructed blazer in a nice linen could be awesome for summer.  Just my two cents.

post #510 of 1471
How heavy is the material of the brushed cotton shirts?
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