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post #31 of 257
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Originally Posted by SF96136 View Post

I have five PC shirts and wanted to mention that Brittany was awesome at helping me dial-in my fit for the first shirt.  Now they just need to expand to MTM trousers. satisfied.gif  

I agree with the trousers. Have you guys thought of doing MTM trousers or even done a "beta test" of this?
post #32 of 257
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Hi Carrig,
We cover the duty fees and ship directly to our Canadian costumers, so rest assured there are no additional mark ups.

Absolutely correct. I've received 3 orders with no problems or extra charges.

post #33 of 257
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Originally Posted by 4frnt View Post

I agree with the trousers. Have you guys thought of doing MTM trousers or even done a "beta test" of this?

We haven't tested trousers yet. Right now our focus is on being the best custom shirtmaker out there, but we're always interested in new product categories. We'll keep you guys posted if we ever start testing the custom trouser market...

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Absolutely correct. I've received 3 orders with no problems or extra charges.

We'll also be launching a new $15 shipping service to the EU in about a month's time so that everyone there can get the same 2 week delivery--free of customs charges--that our US/Canada customers enjoy! Hoping to add Australia this Spring/Summer, as well.
post #34 of 257
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Originally Posted by ccallis View Post


JackFlash, Vorhees, and louloufafa--thanks for the feedback. Looks like some affordable cotton/linen options passed our testing so we should be rolling those out in a month or two. We'll be testing some great cotton/linen and pure linen options from Canclini very soon.

 

I would be very, VERY happy to see some pure linen options! I've got 4 Proper Cloth shirts that I'm very happy with, but I don't as yet have any properly fitting linen shirts. And linen is pretty much all I want to wear in hot weather. 

post #35 of 257
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Originally Posted by ccallis View Post

We haven't tested trousers yet. Right now our focus is on being the best custom shirtmaker out there, but we're always interested in new product categories. We'll keep you guys posted if we ever start testing the custom trouser market...
We'll also be launching a new $15 shipping service to the EU in about a month's time so that everyone there can get the same 2 week delivery--free of customs charges--that our US/Canada customers enjoy! Hoping to add Australia this Spring/Summer, as well.
You now have my full attention! biggrin.gif
post #36 of 257

I just mailed in a shirt today to get sizes made for me. i am very excited to try a few shirts!

post #37 of 257
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Originally Posted by OzzyJones View Post

You now have my full attention! biggrin.gif
Great! I'll be sure to update Styleforum when the shipping is ready to go!
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Originally Posted by Marc Voorhees View Post

I just mailed in a shirt today to get sizes made for me. i am very excited to try a few shirts!
Awesome, let us know how it turns out!
post #38 of 257

How often do fabrics get restocked?


Edited by zinc2162 - 3/10/14 at 8:50am
post #39 of 257
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Originally Posted by zinc2162 View Post

How often do fabrics get restocked?

We try to add new fabrics every 2-3 weeks. Typically, we try to restock existing fabrics so that they don't ever go out of stock. In the case that a fabric is out of stock, we're usually pretty good about getting it back online in less than a month's time.
post #40 of 257
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Originally Posted by ccallis View Post


Hi Carrig,
We cover the duty fees and ship directly to our Canadian costumers, so rest assured there are no additional mark ups.

 

 

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Originally Posted by JKKJ View Post
 

Absolutely correct. I've received 3 orders with no problems or extra charges.

 

I appreciate the responses.  I ordered a shirt on Sunday; looking forward to trying it on in a few weeks.  The site is very easy to use.  I appreciated the option to increase the dimension of the left cuff as my watch is very thick.

 

Is "wrinkle resistant" the rough equivalent of the "no iron" Brooks Brothers shirts I have?


Edited by carrig - 3/11/14 at 11:25am
post #41 of 257
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Originally Posted by ccallis View Post

Great! I'll be sure to update Styleforum when the shipping is ready to go!

Awesome, let us know how it turns out!

I'll put in my order as soon as the shipping goes live.
post #42 of 257
Hey guys,
Every 6 weeks or so, we shoot an editorial featuring some of our new fabrics and favorite styles. Last week we launched our Chambers & Worth collection, which was inspired by the architecture of the New York Municipal Building and surrounding courthouses.







We dressed up some of our plaid broadcloths from Portugal with our new Spring '14 neckwear collection along with some luxurious 140s 2-ply business stripes. Soft Ivy Button-Downs, Soft Milano Collars, and President Spread Collars continued to be our go-to collars.

You can check out the full collection at http://propercloth.com/collections/chambers-worth
post #43 of 257
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Originally Posted by ccallis View Post

Hey guys,
Every 6 weeks or so, we shoot an editorial featuring some of our new fabrics and favorite styles. Last week we launched our Chambers & Worth collection, which was inspired by the architecture of the New York Municipal Building and surrounding courthouses. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







We dressed up some of our plaid broadcloths from Portugal with our new Spring '14 neckwear collection along with some luxurious 140s 2-ply business stripes. Soft Ivy Button-Downs, Soft Milano Collars, and President Spread Collars continued to be our go-to collars.

You can check out the full collection at http://propercloth.com/collections/chambers-worth

I have been eyeing the Wythe Steel Blue Oxford from this collection and seems like it has restocked. Looks like a great fabric for a casual shirt.

post #44 of 257

Does anybody have experience (or pics!) with the Soft Ivy collar? Hard to really judge it without seeing it in the wild.

post #45 of 257

I think that is going to be one of my first three shirts ordered... I am really excited about that collar

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