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Pigment-dyed v-neck t-shirts delayed a couple weeks :(

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My Desert Duck canvas chinos just shipped.
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Originally Posted by jiajia77 View Post

yesterday, i got gustin slim XS pink oxford shirt, it is too small for me , and i measure it , i think it is smaller than the website size guide.

do all style gustin shirts have same fit ?  

OR

only this pink oxford shirt run smaller?

There is going to be some variance in all of their products, but it should be minimal. How off are the measurements? If they are within about an inch I think that's acceptable.
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I've got a white low top sneakers in size 9 that is too tight for me. Let me know if anyone wants it cheap.

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Hey Josh, how about a Gustin polo? Something like Sunspel but US made and cheaper.
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Anyone see an update come through on the Albiate oxford shirts? 

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Then why are you purchasing raw denim? There are lots of brands that make nice jeans that don't crock. The dye will get on your shoes. That is just a fact you need to accept. 


But this really depends on the material of the shoes. Suede or canvas are going to take on dye, as will the laces of shoes. I've never had a problem with raw denim staining leather.

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Is anyone waiting on the Herringbone western to ship? I had the Herringbone work shirt and it was excellent but it was a slim xxl and very snug. I would call it Fisher stripe and Im hoping the western is the same fabric.
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But this really depends on the material of the shoes. Suede or canvas are going to take on dye, as will the laces of shoes. I've never had a problem with raw denim staining leather.



I haven't had a problem with staining. But in my experience the dye still gets on the boots. 

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Is Gustin Stock typically returns?  I typically buy from their stock store with no issue, but this latest pair (bought to experiment with skinny fit -- I need to size up for that) was obviously used.  There was some pretty set creases and crocking.

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But this really depends on the material of the shoes. Suede or canvas are going to take on dye, as will the laces of shoes. I've never had a problem with raw denim staining leather.



I haven't had a problem with staining. But in my experience the dye still gets on the boots. 


Crocking can still happen with leather. It's happened with my belt and boots. Many people experience this

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Crocking can still happen with leather. It's happened with my belt and boots. Many people experience this

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+1
I've had belts and light/medium brown shoes and books permanently pick up color. I think it's less likely on certain leathers that are heavily waxed/finished but it definitely happens.

To the OP, in my experience overdyed fabrics will bleed more more each fabric behaves differently. Definitely give them a solid soak and/ok wash right of the bat to try and mitigate this and good luck. Let us know how they work out
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i got the slim XS pink oxford shirt, i measure it , and it is 46cm in chest. and it too tight for me.      But, it said chest 48cm in the size guide chart.

So, next time, when i buy the shirt.  i should believe the size chart guide?   OR i should believe the pink shirt experience ( which mean shirt is smaller than the chart )

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Originally Posted by jiajia77 View Post
 

i got the slim XS pink oxford shirt, i measure it , and it is 46cm in chest. and it too tight for me.      But, it said chest 48cm in the size guide chart.

So, next time, when i buy the shirt.  i should believe the size chart guide?   OR i should believe the pink shirt experience ( which mean shirt is smaller than the chart )


Reach out to Gustin and tell them that it didn't match up to the size guide, they are usually good at taking returns if it's something defective. In my experience, the size guide is usually about right, but there is some variance here and there so it's always good to try on & measure if it doesn't feel right.

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