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So, thoughts on the three workshirts released today? Love the new fabrics. Love the design and details, especially the selvedge gussets and chainstitch runoff. The only detail I'm not crazy about is the slanted front pockets on the hickory stripe shirt; I queried this on IG & they confirmed that all striped shirts would have slanted fabric on the pockets. To me it is distracting and impacts the overall look.

I understand there is more labour involved in making a shirt than jeans, but feel the price is slightly high when compared to the price of the oxford/button-down shirts (though I do acknowledge they are using a US shop that specialises in workshirt techniques).

Finally, a comment on the new slim fit. The shoulder measurements appear the same as the classic fit, is this a typo? Also, is it correct that the slim fit will have less side scoop? If so, I'm glad I ordered classic fit as I like a high side scoop on workshirts.

Overall I'm very happy with the new line of workshirts & hope we see some great selvedge fabrics come through.

B.

The shoulders on our classic fit are already pretty trim so we didn't want to take that measurement down. We have been asked a lot to slim the body down, which is where we focused. Side scoops are a totally different shape on the workshirt and lower on both fits as compared to our standard button down. Thanks.

post #2972 of 4109
Someone want to throw up images of those organic hemps would be sweet and showing the hand signature details. 
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@dcg It's built for the more waify Parisians apparently.

I ended up backing a Large Slim because I needed the length in the arms, and it had the same chest/similar waist as the medium (which is my normal shirt size). Just not sure if it's going to end up with baggy arms/shoulders.
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Any plans to bring back an indigoxindigo or indigoxblack, especially in a heavier (15 oz +) fabric? It seems like that would be a killer fall jean, especially with a cool selvedge ID (I dream of a white selvedge with a blue line...)...
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Now that the Skinny is out, any change for a tapered, none_slim version of the straight cut? Something like N&F Weird Guy. 

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^ I've been asking for this for quite a while now unfortunately
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First Gustin - the Cone BluexBlack. One day of wear. Very saturated to begin with and the tonal stitching makes it a more formal option IMO. Comfortable out of the box, light but still stiff at first. Looking forward to how it plays out..

photo gustinblueblack.jpg
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Any plans to bring back an indigoxindigo or indigoxblack, especially in a heavier (15 oz +) fabric? It seems like that would be a killer fall jean, especially with a cool selvedge ID (I dream of a white selvedge with a blue line...)...
YES.
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YES.

We actually just got in some really nice stuff from Italy, including an indigoxindigo. Your wish may be granted.

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First Gustin - the Cone BluexBlack. One day of wear. Very saturated to begin with and the tonal stitching makes it a more formal option IMO. Comfortable out of the box, light but still stiff at first. Looking forward to how it plays out..

photo gustinblueblack.jpg

Looking good. Casey here wears those a lot and they age quite nicely as the white starts coming out.

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Now that the Skinny is out, any change for a tapered, none_slim version of the straight cut? Something like N&F Weird Guy. 

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if we're all making requests then plz add a 28 waist size! im a skinny bitch

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That's so cool! Thanks!
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Got my Black Plaid shirt (link below) in the mail today and it's a hell of a shirt. I loved the look of the pattern that they showed on the website, but in person it looks twice as good. I would definitely say it's my favourite shirt I own as far as patterns are concerned. Material feels excellent, light a breezy, but not paper thin. Will be staple with Spring just around the corner.

The fit in the chest, shoulders and arms are spot on for me but I do, however, empathise with those who have an issue with the high scoop. Whilst it fits really well on on me I think it's the difference between me giving the shirt a 9/10 rather than a 10/10, the scoop is really big.

If this becomes available again, I'll definitely think about picking one up in a Small (I got an XS) for a more relaxed fit and also an insurance policy for if I put on any weight (fat or muscle!) because now that I own it; I can't not have this pattern in my collection of shirts.

https://www.weargustin.com/store/797
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Josh, any plans for bringing back some standards like Cone 13.5oz?
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