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Your unique physique may require the help of an experience custom shirtmaker to produce a shirt that address some of these issues. This is not to take anything away from Proper Cloth, as I have several shirts from them and have been quite happy with the results. However, an experienced custom shirtmaker may be able do things that a shirt production line - even one that takes custom measurements like Proper Cloth - cannot do, to deal with some of the fit idiosyncrasies that some customers have. Instead of spending a large chuck of change figuring out you might not be able to get the fit you want, it may be better to bite the bullet and go to someone who can deliver the perfect fit right off the bat.
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Originally Posted by bigsink View Post


Here you go http://i.imgur.com/fPQ5UEvh.jpg

Pic of the button behind the collar on the Colorado BD.

thank you!

 

is that a flannel?


Edited by shirtsnob - 2/10/16 at 10:05am
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Originally Posted by Mute View Post

Your unique physique may require the help of an experience custom shirtmaker to produce a shirt that address some of these issues. This is not to take anything away from Proper Cloth, as I have several shirts from them and have been quite happy with the results. However, an experienced custom shirtmaker may be able do things that a shirt production line - even one that takes custom measurements like Proper Cloth - cannot do, to deal with some of the fit idiosyncrasies that some customers have. Instead of spending a large chuck of change figuring out you might not be able to get the fit you want, it may be better to bite the bullet and go to someone who can deliver the perfect fit right off the bat.


very well said. PC is wonderful, but there will be times you may need a true old school shirtmaker.

 

You may have a unique build..it seems the shirt is big overall( to me)..yet it seems tight by your "love handles"....

 

 

take your time to tweak it......itll get better........

 

 

whether you are happy w/ it is another story.


Edited by shirtsnob - 2/10/16 at 10:04am
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Originally Posted by CaptainTohm View Post

Posted this in NGNA to no immediate avail. Anyone here have any opinions?

I got my newest fit and and have washed it twice. It fits perfect in the midsection when I'm standing, but I'm not sold when I sit down. What do you think, half an inch too tight, or just right for a very slim fit?
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That's me sitting up straight and sticking out my gut.
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That bulge at the bottom is what concerns me.
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And that's me slouching down while sticking my gut out.

Am I being paranoid? Or do I need to let it out a tad?

Here's a full standing fit pic.
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Sorry for all the pictures of me sticking my gut out as far as possible!

What shirt fabric is this if I may ask?
post #1115 of 1607
That's the heavy Oxford.
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Does anyone have any experience with the Proper Cloth polo shirts? I am interested in snagging one, and I want to know if sizing up is the correct way to go. How's the quality of the fabric? 

 

Maybe @ccallis can weigh in on this? 

 

Thanks, guys. 

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Proper Cloth: any plans to offer different sleeve lengths? One of my arms is .75" longer than the other, and the only thing keeping me from replacing my entire shirt inventory with Proper Cloth shirts is this. The other shirt makers I've been using all offer this. Please!!!
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Originally Posted by bigskydream View Post

Proper Cloth: any plans to offer different sleeve lengths? One of my arms is .75" longer than the other, and the only thing keeping me from replacing my entire shirt inventory with Proper Cloth shirts is this. The other shirt makers I've been using all offer this. Please!!!

I'm sure you could set this up over email.

post #1119 of 1607

I would say the one thing keeping me form replacing a majority of my shirts is the inability to do a stiff, unfused cuff to go with the stuff unfused collars. 

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Why is that such a big deal?
post #1121 of 1607
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Why is that such a big deal?


Just think the cuffs should match the collar. May have been a bit dramatic to say that's the ONE thing keeping me from doing that. 

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stiff ............and unfused?...

 

does that exist?...

post #1123 of 1607
Really thick/stiff interlining
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Originally Posted by shirtsnob View Post
 

stiff ............and unfused?...

 

does that exist?...


Yes, they have three stiff options with thick unfused interlinings.

post #1125 of 1607
At 5'7" will the Roma spread look silly on me? Thinking of the stiff Roma. Would prefer the collar points tuck under jacket lapels.

cc @Murlsquirl
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