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post #241 of 1715
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Originally Posted by CPaul View Post

My first and only order from Gustin was their chambray shirt. Quality was not what I expected to say the least.

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post #242 of 1715
Don't have any sorry. The stitching was terrible. Really inconsistent and crooked. You could tell the shirt was rushed.
post #243 of 1715

I recently received my Japan Blue OCBD (from the 2nd campaign in August), and I think its quality is excellent. I love the feel of the fabric; it is much more substantial than my other shirts, and it feels like it should last forever. Stitching and other details are perfect.

 

My best fitting shirts are Banana Republic tailored slim fit, Brooks Brothers extra slim fit, and J Crew slim fit. Gustin's shirt is closest to J Crew; when I lay one on top of the other, the cuts are nearly identical.

 

My only complaint about Gustin's shirt is the small neck size. It is 1/4" smaller than J Crew, and 1/2" smaller than BR and BB (all of these shirts are size Medium). That is just small enough to cause some pulling around my upper chest. So I don't think I'll be ordering more shirts unless the cut changes.


Edited by BernieIsMyCat - 11/16/13 at 5:23pm
post #244 of 1715
Jade straight cut

post #245 of 1715
That whole outfit looks great Frank!!!

The odd thing is that your straight cuts look like the same cut as my slim fits...hhhmmm
post #246 of 1715
Thanks. I definitely wouldn't call mine a slim fit. The top block fits snugly, but the legs are roomy, particularly below the knee. Suits my taste. Not being contrary of course :-) Just saying. Post a pic of your slim fits.
post #247 of 1715
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

That whole outfit looks great Frank!!!

The odd thing is that your straight cuts look like the same cut as my slim fits...hhhmmm
+1, lookin good Frank.
What boots are those?
post #248 of 1715
Thanks Ozzy. They are Alden tankers (NSTs) from Leffot.
post #249 of 1715
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

That whole outfit looks great Frank!!!

The odd thing is that your straight cuts look like the same cut as my slim fits...hhhmmm

Really?

 

You can definitely see the difference between his straight cut and my slim cuts.

 

On mine, there is a lot less fabric below the knee because of the taper.

post #250 of 1715
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by CPaul View Post

Don't have any sorry. The stitching was terrible. Really inconsistent and crooked. You could tell the shirt was rushed.

We only top quality product going out so if you'd like us to check your shirt out we're happy to do it. Just send me a PM and we can arrange it.

 

Thanks.

post #251 of 1715
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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post

We only top quality product going out so if you'd like us to check your shirt out we're happy to do it. Just send me a PM and we can arrange it.

Thanks.
Have to disagree with this Josh. Unless the back collar button being off centre by at least half an inch and there being loose stitching all over the place is top quality. Jeans, so far, great. Shirts, not so much
post #252 of 1715
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Originally Posted by BernieIsMyCat View Post
 

My best fitting shirts are Banana Republic tailored slim fit, Brooks Brothers extra slim fit, and J Crew slim fit. Gustin's shirt is closest to J Crew; when I lay one on top of the other, the cuts are nearly identical.

Surprised to hear this; I would've thought Gustin's shirts were wider/larger. J.Crew's slim fit is the only cut I've been able to find that fits me OTR, so maybe I'll have to give Gustin a shot if it's that similar...

post #253 of 1715
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post


Have to disagree with this Josh. Unless the back collar button being off centre by at least half an inch and there being loose stitching all over the place is top quality. Jeans, so far, great. Shirts, not so much

Not sure exactly what you're disagreeing with? Our goal is to put out great product. If you see something you don't like we want to know about it and will make it right. Shoot me PM and I'm happy to check your shirt out.

 

Thanks.

post #254 of 1715
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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post
 

Not sure exactly what you're disagreeing with? Our goal is to put out great product. If you see something you don't like we want to know about it and will make it right. Shoot me PM and I'm happy to check your shirt out.

 

Thanks.

 

Josh,

 

Hi.

 

I think he was referring to my previous post.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/365731/gustin-official-affiliate-thread/225#post_6732794

 

But I have an email in to you guys and just figured you'd get back to me Monday.

post #255 of 1715
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Originally Posted by joshgustin View Post

Not sure exactly what you're disagreeing with? Our goal is to put out great product. If you see something you don't like we want to know about it and will make it right. Shoot me PM and I'm happy to check your shirt out.

Thanks.

I believe that's your goal but the bottom line is i m not gonna go thru the hassle of sending a shirt back 7000 miles from the UK because a button is off centre so emailing you regarding it is kinda pointless. I only posted about it on here as someone else asked if anyone else had experienced the issue.
In my experience the quality of construction on the shirt was poor and I wouldn't buy another one given the additional costs of shipping and tax. If I lived in the US I might think differently
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