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post #61 of 91
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Originally Posted by w.o.e.is.me. View Post

Try it! You'll like it!

I'm in Sweden ...
post #62 of 91
Onlines sales grow bigger by the year, though jacket fitting is a great obstacle for international deals.

w.o.e., your business might benefit from a detailed measurement info of every jacket model in every size, with pictures or videos on how the measurements are taken. Not the perfect solution, but you could raise the bar for all other webstores.
post #63 of 91
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Onlines sales grow bigger by the year, though jacket fitting is a great obstacle for international deals.

w.o.e., your business might benefit from a detailed measurement info of every jacket model in every size, with pictures or videos on how the measurements are taken. Not the perfect solution, but you could raise the bar for all other webstores.

this is good feedback that I will definitely take it into consideration moving forward.
Logistically, it can be difficult to strike the right balance between information for the customer and providing a unique/interesting web shopping experience.

As the business grows, I will make an effort to be fluid and attentive to public opinion.
the advantage of a small operation is that changes can be made without too much difficulty.
the flip side is that a small operation often does not have the capital or means to immediately implement every suggested change into its business model or website.

All in due time.
post #64 of 91
Wow beautiful stuff. Isn't 650USD extremely reasonable for a full-canvassed coat made in the US?
post #65 of 91
Very nice pocketsquares. Very very nice.
post #66 of 91
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Originally Posted by w.o.e.is.me. View Post


this is good feedback that I will definitely take it into consideration moving forward.
Logistically, it can be difficult to strike the right balance between information for the customer and providing a unique/interesting web shopping experience.

As the business grows, I will make an effort to be fluid and attentive to public opinion.
the advantage of a small operation is that changes can be made without too much difficulty.
the flip side is that a small operation often does not have the capital or means to immediately implement every suggested change into its business model or website.

All in due time.

 

Good luck and love the website. I always struggle to buy clothing online, for me it's hit or miss (apart from shoes & accessories) Getting the balance with the right kind of information, measurement and effective return policy for me is key...
post #67 of 91
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Wow beautiful stuff. Isn't 650USD extremely reasonable for a full-canvassed coat made in the US?

 

Anything to support the industry and local economy is win/win for me.
post #68 of 91
very cool stuff.

Best wishes for the venture.

The menswear world needs more passionate people like you
post #69 of 91
big-ups for the mention on Mr. Porter.........that's a big look homie!

All the best for your venture.......
post #70 of 91
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Wow beautiful stuff. Isn't 650USD extremely reasonable for a full-canvassed coat made in the US?

I believe so.
When I was a practicing attorney, I was fortunate to be able to afford relatively pricy items.
the vast majority of my friends, and most Americans, cannot.
To that end, It was my goal to make a $500 fully canvassed coat of respectable quality.
We aren't quite there yet, but I'm making every effort to provide well-made domestic goods at a decent rate.
post #71 of 91
Congrats, w.o.e.!
post #72 of 91

Jackets look awesome, sometimes I hate I'm in sunny south Florida...

 

 

then I realize I'm in sunny south Florida :)

post #73 of 91

Beautiful stuff dude! Best of luck!

post #74 of 91

My New Lagos pocket handkerchief arrived today! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

It's excellent. The design is so fresh and the colours are beautifully vivid. I'm going to get a lot of use out of it, I'm certain. What I like most - and this is not so evident in the photos - is that the fabric blend/weave is quite open (very similar to my Drakes squares in the same blend). This makes for a pleasing variegation when in use as the colour saturation varies a little depending on how densely folded/puffed the fabric is. It's a very engaging character trait.

 

Great stuff, Wale. cool.gif

post #75 of 91
This is maybe the best thread here in a long while. Great stuff, w.o.e.
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