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post #2941 of 4103

Why not offer slim fits on regular shirts as well?

 

Size S fits me just right at the shoulders but are too roomy around the chest and I have to bring every one of them to the tailor. Reckon the slim fit would solve this.

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Originally Posted by FatCatPhil View Post
 

Why not offer slim fits on regular shirts as well?

 

Size S fits me just right at the shoulders but are too roomy around the chest and I have to bring every one of them to the tailor. Reckon the slim fit would solve this.

 

They have suggested "slim" is coming to the oxford. 

post #2943 of 4103
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Originally Posted by FatCatPhil View Post

Why not offer slim fits on regular shirts as well?

Size S fits me just right at the shoulders but are too roomy around the chest and I have to bring every one of them to the tailor. Reckon the slim fit would solve this.

Seriously? If you need a shirt to fit perfectly off the rack, then buy MTM. They have to produce for the masses, or they wouldn't sell very many. They just implemented this cut, and it just so happens that the work shirts were released right when they released the new cut. Be patient, or start working that chest out at the gym.

post #2944 of 4103
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Originally Posted by FatCatPhil View Post
 

Why not offer slim fits on regular shirts as well?

 

Size S fits me just right at the shoulders but are too roomy around the chest and I have to bring every one of them to the tailor. Reckon the slim fit would solve this.

We will definitely be adding the slim fit in our standard button downs soon. Should definitely be there in September. Thanks.

post #2945 of 4103

I guess I need to loose some weight...the standard button down already seems pretty slim to me

post #2946 of 4103
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post
 

I guess I need to loose some weight...the standard button down already seems pretty slim to me

+1

I'm not a big guy and their standard fit is pretty slim on me. It isn't far off from my Jcrew slim fit shirts. No disrespect to people looking for a slimmer fit, but you guys must be down right petite 

post #2947 of 4103
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Originally Posted by avsmusic1 View Post
 

+1

I'm not a big guy and their standard fit is pretty slim on me. It isn't far off from my Jcrew slim fit shirts. No disrespect to people looking for a slimmer fit, but you guys must be down right petite 

 Heh, I'm 5'11 150 and wear J Crew slim in medium and I have to take them to be altered, usually darts. I wear Gustin in medium...also have to take them to be altered. 

post #2948 of 4103

I just look like someone who lifts more books than dumb bells, and eats more vegetables than fries.

No disrepect to people looking slim whilst wearing regular fits, but you guys must be down right fat.

post #2949 of 4103

Thanks for replies on tailoring costs. Echoing others on slim fit in a shirt, damn. As said, I'm pretty slim and these shirts fit perfectly (i.e., very slim). Was worried about length as there was discusssion of a long fit in future. And again, that waxed canvas in their coats is simply stellar. 

post #2950 of 4103

I endorse a slimmer shirt. The current model is fairly slim, but would prefer something slimmer. 

post #2951 of 4103
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Originally Posted by BolognaFingers View Post

IMO, the chainstitch runoff is stupid, faux-authentic stuff. No one actually doing actual physical work is going to spend 130 bucks on a workshirt with fake frayed stitching.

Haha, that's so true, but you could apply that to all unnecessary detailing.
post #2952 of 4103
Not a lot of love for the Dopp kit?



I was excited and I haven't even gotten my duffle yet.
post #2953 of 4103

As handsome as it is, I want my dopp kitt lined. I'm not too keen putting toiletry stuff in sections that can't be easily cleaned out.

post #2954 of 4103
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Originally Posted by Ironist View Post

Not a lot of love for the Dopp kit?



I was excited and I haven't even gotten my duffle yet.

It's a private campaign for duffle owners and not open to the public so less people likely know about it. I wish I could have my choice of color for the Dopp kit. Like I have a green duffle so may prefer a navy waxed Dopp kit for a bit of contrast rather than completely matched
post #2955 of 4103
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Originally Posted by DarkDestiny View Post

As handsome as it is, I want my dopp kitt lined. I'm not too keen putting toiletry stuff in sections that can't be easily cleaned out.

Good point, makes me more hesitant.
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

It's a private campaign for duffle owners and not open to the public so less people likely know about it. I wish I could have my choice of color for the Dopp kit. Like I have a green duffle so may prefer a navy waxed Dopp kit for a bit of contrast rather than completely matched

It started as one but it's on the site now. Maybe if they release it in their newsletter it will get more attention I guess. If it's hard for this one to get funded I think it would be even harder for the navy though unfortunately.
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