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post #391 of 12111
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What do you guys want to see for spring/summer? I'm thinking cotton/linen mix, maybe a light chambray?

Blue end-on-end cotton
Watermelon/pink oxford cloth or chambray
White linen cotton mix

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post #392 of 12111
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

Blue end-on-end cotton
White linen cotton mix

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post #393 of 12111
ladies in bikinis. thats what i want to see in the summer. wait, maybe im in the wrong thread.

in that case, i have a really nice, kind of gauzy, very breathable, 100% cotton shirt from borrelli. i would love to see fabrics like that.
post #394 of 12111
linen cotton shirts that are work appropriate would be great
post #395 of 12111

End on end linens, some lightweight open knits. Also not sure if you plan on carrying pants or not in the future but that would be a huge plus.

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Simonnot-Godard? foo.gif

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post #397 of 12111
Thread Starter 
Good suggestions - thanks guys

Shirting fabrics will likely stay within the Alumo, Grandi & Rubinelli, Albini/Thomas Mason family
post #398 of 12111
I like the linen-cotton idea.

End-on-end is never wrong.

Some Bengal stripes in blue - white . (I believe your examples are butcher or maybe I'm just butchering the terminology but in any event slightly larger than the example shirts.)
post #399 of 12111
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and humble too.

I meant to suggest that fit is the most important thing (for me) in a shirt not that my incredible physique is the best of my myriad charming qualities.
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Thread Starter 
Do you post selfies in Body & Health ? lookaround.gif
post #401 of 12111
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

I meant to suggest that fit is the most important thing (for me) in a shirt not that my incredible physique is the best of my myriad charming qualities.

Surely your quiet anf soft-spoken demeanor is your most charming quality.
post #402 of 12111

That pub jacket is just beautiful.  :nodding:

post #403 of 12111
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Thanks for the kind words blush.gif
Give or take... a short month. I've been thinking about sponsoring the "No Purchase Club - September edition"... biggrin.gif
Unfortunately no shorts or long for the first group of suits. What is your typical jacket size / chest measurement? I can tell you the measurements and you can see if length may work for you.

Argh! Congratulations you've joined the ranks of Howard Yount and Epaulet of catering exclusively to the 5'8"-6'0" crowd. No hate, I wish you all the best. It's just frustrating to see so much cool stuff targeted just outside of my reach.

BTW, what is this (hope you don't mind me "borrowing" images from you're Tumblr)?:



and this:



and this (though if I had to guess I'd say it was Buttero):

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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

That pub jacket... drool.gif

 

   yes sir

post #405 of 12111
Thread Starter 
That's not completely fair - I'm 6'2" and 200 lbs myself and we carry stuff that is too large for me across the product range. But I understand the frustration - we're starting from scratch and the investment in inventory is heavy so it was hard to push the size runs too far either way, especially at this price point. We do have 56 size suits and sport coats. And if there's demand, we'll start carrying longs and shorts as early as next season.
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