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post #2086 of 2325
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PSA: check out the new early offerings (only a brief taste)...some really sexy pieces to be had icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

Beat me to it....new Fall ties up at www.yellowhookshop.com.

Enjoy!
post #2087 of 2325
Jump on these new offerings fellas, they're gorgeous.

Extra shout out for Olive Plaid Tweed. Its burgundy bro is one of my favorite YHs
post #2088 of 2325
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Jump on these new offerings fellas, they're gorgeous.

Extra shout out for Olive Plaid Tweed. Its burgundy bro is one of my favorite YHs

You're fast man!
post #2089 of 2325
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You're fast man!

Did a pre-bed check, and saw the goods! Is the Olive Tweed a 6-fold, like the burgundy?

post #2090 of 2325
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Did a pre-bed check, and saw the goods! Is the Olive Tweed a 6-fold, like the burgundy?

Yessir it is! You'll dig it man.

We're working really hard to get our Made in Brooklyn Denim Work Shirts online by the end of the week. Here's a quick glimpse at our photo shoot for it:










Jeans are from Shockoe Atelier down in Richmond, boots are Alden.

post #2091 of 2325
That shirt looks great Rob!

Are the buttons metal? Great use of the Yellowhook yellow though out. smile.gif
Edited by FrankCowperwood - 8/30/16 at 6:42am
post #2092 of 2325
Yup, all of our denim shirts will have metal buttons...we're going all in!
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Rob, are the denims shirts that can really take a beating? They look pretty heavy duty. 

post #2094 of 2325
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Rob, are the denims shirts that can really take a beating? They look pretty heavy duty. 

Big time. There's one (a brighter Navy with a white stitching) thats a bit more like a heavy chambray, but the rest are balls to the wall, beat em to death work shirts. Think of them like a CPO jacket made of denim.
post #2095 of 2325
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Big time. There's one (a brighter Navy with a white stitching) thats a bit more like a heavy chambray, but the rest are balls to the wall, beat em to death work shirts. Think of them like a CPO jacket made of denim.


The first thing I thought when I saw the photos above is that it looked like a denim CPO shirt, which is pretty cool.

post #2096 of 2325
Got the email about these shirts. Looking forward to the drop. Some interesting pockets.
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Just a reminder, we'll be showcasing all of our Fall Gear, including some new neckwear, our Beefy British Oxfords and all of our Made in Brooklyn Rescued Denim Workshirts at the boston American Field event. Come by and say hello!
post #2098 of 2325
In the meantime check this new shirt that will be live next week.

Yellow Hook Italian Denim Sport Shirt:











Similar pattern as our Heirloom Button Downs.
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Well, we figured Labor Day would be as good a time as any to debut our Made in Brooklyn Rescued Denim Work Shirts. Sizing is similar to our other shirts with the exception of a more generous sleeve and a shorter length. Think of them as a denim CPO jacket, and enjoy!
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Well, we figured Labor Day would be as good a time as any to debut our Made in Brooklyn Rescued Denim Work Shirts. Sizing is similar to our other shirts with the exception of a more generous sleeve and a shorter length. Think of them as a denim CPO jacket, and enjoy!
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Rob: That Tony Polo stripe denim shirt. I see it's only available in size 4. Are you wearing the size 4 in the product photo? Think it will work for me as an Epaulet XL? Or be too big?

All the shirts look great.
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