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post #241 of 321
I see, thanks. That would explain it, and I guess it was a coincidence which I thought was an error.
post #242 of 321
Stopped by yesterday, was told I missed the sale by one day, but I was happy to finally visit. I will definitely be back!!!!!!!!
post #243 of 321
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Originally Posted by carsonstreet View Post
 

I understand the benefit of listing sizing information. 100%, I do. It is just an incredible undertaking for a short staff. We are looking into streamlining it somehow, but it's just a bit overwhelming at the moment. But that's why I'm here, to help you guys out. In any event, size 38R:

 

Shoulder: 17.5"

Chest: 20.5"

Length: 29.5"

 

.brian


I will bet you dollars to donuts that, for the price of lunch and drinks, you could get a couple of NY area SF members to take all those measurements for you. :satisfied:

post #244 of 321
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Stopped by yesterday, was told I missed the sale by one day, but I was happy to finally visit. I will definitely be back!!!!!!!!


You and me both, though from out of state on my part.

 

I did visit the store when I was in town a few weeks ago, and although there was 10 minutes to closing, got some help well after closing in trying on some of their branded trousers, linen dress ones (which I suspect are Hertling produced...just a guess). Took measurements, a few pics. Nice slim fit though I did not end up picking up a pair...was sorely tempted. Heck, since we're talking about measurements, the 32R fit my waist which is 33.5, with a 7.75 cuff measurement. Medium rise.

 

I rue not looking more carefully at the Eidos selection though at that point, felt bad I was holding up the staff member helping me on a Friday night. Definitely worth a look if you are in town. The store has a nice feel to it.

post #245 of 321
I have a few of their trouser-linen and wool, I love them. I was also able to pick up a few of their CSC SCs too.
post #246 of 321

I regret now not picking up a pair, as the sale ended on 8/1. Here's a pic of the linen dress pants, kindly taken by a staff member there. What gave me pause was the slight break in the line under the seat and the fact that these were dry clean only (though I suspect you could wash cold and hang dry).

 

post #247 of 321

I should take this picture down, because every time I look at the trousers, I ask myself why I didn't pick them up.

 

No trouser fit is perfect, but these are pretty good. The fabric was light weight, italian linen, crisp, though you have to be able to live with wrinkles.

post #248 of 321
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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post

I should take this picture down, because every time I look at the trousers, I ask myself why I didn't pick them up.

No trouser fit is perfect, but these are pretty good. The fabric was light weight, italian linen, crisp, though you have to be able to live with wrinkles.

Kop first, figure out details later. Unless the fit is really off and can't be fixed easily by a tailor -- e.g., a sweater/jacket with baggy armholes or monkey arms.
post #249 of 321
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Originally Posted by rohde88 View Post

same/similar issue.

Just placed about $500 of sale items, click through credit payment. Only to be emailed a day after about items out of stock. Sent an email to them this morning, will see the response time.

UPDATE: received my order, decent shipping time.

Handwritten note that my Out of stock were not included, but my card was charged! Rec'd refund a few days later.
post #250 of 321
I think I spoke to almost every person over at CSC the past week, and they could not have been more pleasant and patient, despite me being another PIA SFer.

Ordered my Eidos check jacket yesterday, arrived today. Love so hard.

Thanks again to Brian and the SCS crew, you guys are awesome.

I encourage everyone to throw some dollah bills the CSC way.
post #251 of 321
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

I think I spoke to almost every person over at CSC the past week, and they could not have been more pleasant and patient, despite me being another PIA SFer.

Ordered my Eidos check jacket yesterday, arrived today. Love so hard.

Thanks again to Brian and the SCS crew, you guys are awesome.

I encourage everyone to throw some dollah bills the CSC way.


Dood, pics man!

post #252 of 321
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Dood, pics man!

Fone dead. Will do when I get to my car. smile.gif
post #253 of 321
As requested ....

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post #254 of 321
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

I think I spoke to almost every person over at CSC the past week, and they could not have been more pleasant and patient, despite me being another PIA SFer.

Ordered my Eidos check jacket yesterday, arrived today. Love so hard.

Thanks again to Brian and the SCS crew, you guys are awesome.

I encourage everyone to throw some dollah bills the CSC way.

Thanks for the kind words, man!

 

We've figured out (FINALLY) that the horrible response time via email was a combination of our CONTACT US form being broken on the website and that e-mails were being routed to the SPAM folder. That being said, my apologies, 100x over, again to anyone who experienced sub-par customer service via email.

 

The SPAM issue is ongoing, and my e-commerce team will regularly check that folder from now on. BUT I still encourage anyone from SF with questions to contact me directly on this thread. I mean, that is the whole reason I'm here anyways, right?

 

Again, much love to all of you. 

 

.brian

post #255 of 321
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

As requested ....

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:facepalm:

For missing the sale. Looks lovely.

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