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Love that one!
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Here's the size 3 Tony Polo:
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I like shirt jackets. I have a small collection from Niche and Stephen Schneider. These photos convinced me to get one of these workshirts (Galliano navy stretch) for the same purpose.
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Taking my little buddy for a pony ride to close out the farmers market season this year. Love the shirt and can't wait to see what else is coming this fall! This will get tons of wear for sure.

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Pony rides are the best!
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On Sunday I had a chance to meet up with Rob in Brooklyn. We ended up having a great conversation - it was a pleasure to meet him after having seen his fits on the forum for so long and having been a big fan and tracking the work of Yellow Hook from day one.

The purpose of our meeting was for me to pick up a buttondown shirt. For sizing reference, he and I are pretty much the exact same size across the Board. If it's useful to anyone else, I'm a 15x33 in BB ESF shirts, a Thom Browne 2, a BBBF 1, and an Epaulet Medium, and I ended up going with a YH1 which fits great.

Rob also isn't lying about the hand - the fabric is incredibly soft and I can tell already it's going to be wearable pretty much year-round weighwise.

A few quick and dirty/grainy photos - apologies in advance as my iphone camera isn't the greatest and I was in a hurry so forgot to take one without the jacket. I'm sure there will be more to follow as this shirt will absolutely feature prominently in my rotation going forward.


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On Sunday I had a chance to meet up with Rob in Brooklyn. We ended up having a great conversation - it was a pleasure to meet him after having seen his fits on the forum for so long and having been a big fan and tracking the work of Yellow Hook from day one.

The purpose of our meeting was for me to pick up a buttondown shirt. For sizing reference, he and I are pretty much the exact same size across the Board. If it's useful to anyone else, I'm a 15x33 in BB ESF shirts, a Thom Browne 2, a BBBF 1, and an Epaulet Medium, and I ended up going with a YH1 which fits great.

Rob also isn't lying about the hand - the fabric is incredibly soft and I can tell already it's going to be wearable pretty much year-round weighwise.

A few quick and dirty/grainy photos - apologies in advance as my iphone camera isn't the greatest and I was in a hurry so forgot to take one without the jacket. I'm sure there will be more to follow as this shirt will absolutely feature prominently in my rotation going forward.


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Love it! Looks great, and was great meeting you as well. Thanks for making the hike to Bay Ridge! Guess you had a meeting today?
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Love it! Looks great, and was great meeting you as well. Thanks for making the hike to Bay Ridge! Guess you had a meeting today?

Rob, do you off the top of your head know the length of the shirts collar points?

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On Sunday I had a chance to meet up with Rob in Brooklyn. We ended up having a great conversation - it was a pleasure to meet him after having seen his fits on the forum for so long and having been a big fan and tracking the work of Yellow Hook from day one.

The purpose of our meeting was for me to pick up a buttondown shirt. For sizing reference, he and I are pretty much the exact same size across the Board. If it's useful to anyone else, I'm a 15x33 in BB ESF shirts, a Thom Browne 2, a BBBF 1, and an Epaulet Medium, and I ended up going with a YH1 which fits great.

Rob also isn't lying about the hand - the fabric is incredibly soft and I can tell already it's going to be wearable pretty much year-round weighwise.

A few quick and dirty/grainy photos - apologies in advance as my iphone camera isn't the greatest and I was in a hurry so forgot to take one without the jacket. I'm sure there will be more to follow as this shirt will absolutely feature prominently in my rotation going forward.


 

 

Looks great! The Japanese sun washed chambray should be waiting for me when I get home...

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Rob, do you off the top of your head know the length of the shirts collar points?

Yessir, 3.5 inches.
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Catching up with a few recent looks. Shirting in all of these are YH.

A few recent looks:


















Some sample chore shirts we're working on are included as well as a vintage loom Japanese Raw Selvedge Denim Work Shirt. We also just got in some terrific vintage loom chambray from Huston Textiles out in California. Can't wait to get these bad boys in the shop and out to you, the stuff is freaking ridiculously fantastic. If you don't know about them, check out their site:

http://www.hustontextile.com/

We have a Navy Chambray and a Vintage Chambray in the works.
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I picked up a denim work shirt at American Field in Boston and absolutely love it.  I went a size up (YH4) to wear it as a shirt jacket and plan to put it to good use over the next few months. It's going to age beautifully.  Excellent work Rob!

 

 

 

Yellow Hook Work Shirt Accessory (Click to show)
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@LoKey Fit looks great on that shirt. Brown weft denim is nice.

@NewYorkIslander Love those four pocket chore shirts. And the Huston Textile hook up sounds perfected. Seen their stuff in IM and would love to have a YH piece in their fabric.
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Brick Red Linen.

 

 

 

 

 

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Received the Gerritsen plaid yesterday, and it is spectacular! The fabric is cozy and mesmerizing all at the same time.  I'm surprised it's not sold out yet, so if you're on the fence, I say go for it.  

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