You can. Had great help on Monday getting some adjustments made.
I believe Jason was the staff member that helped me out.
I have successfully shrunk SM shirts in the dryer to fit a bit better for me. I used to MTM until my wife (dryer nazi) cooked a few too small.
I now dryclean all my proper shirts.
I also second @Burzan suggestions. What makes those shirts look better is the buttons. If you could source some horn, urea, or horn looking buttons for the casual pieces I would very much like it.
Could use them on the flannels for fall, chambray, denim (if you get any), linens, etc... Light and dark brown
I'll try to get that up tomorrow.
We can sell the Hangars if needed. We don't have a whole tonne of extras kicking around, but we have a few. Email customer service and they will get you the details.
I bought a brushed Oxford in November (specifically RY-905 4C3KF5) and as a one-unbuttoned person, I am not a fan of the change in button placement. This shirt is now relegated only to wearing with a tie or under a sweater, which is a shame because I like it.
I don't mean to be dragging up a debate again, but I'd just like confirmation if A) this is now the default for all oxfords (I believe it is) and B) if this is now true of all dress shirts (I'm hoping it isn't).
The new oxfords have the "old" button stance. The button down collar prevents the collar from opening too much when unbuttoned, so we were able to shift if back. The dress shirts are at the new raised stance. As explained, this allows to wear the shirt with the collar and first button unbuttoned without showing too much chest. This is how a good majority of European brands stance their buttons. Eton and Turnbull & Asser are two that come to mind right off the bat.
Well noted on expanding the variety. This program is in its infancy and we have room to do a lot of great things.
The new oxford fabric was tested and has a shrinkage of only 1.5%.
Rick, I understand your reasoning for placing the button where you do, but it doesn't work for me (so I guess the other shirt makers would not work either). Two undone buttons shows more chest than I want. The higher 2nd button placement means that 1 undone is way too high and tight.
This means I can't see myself buying any more off the rack dress shirts. I'm assuming the button placement can be modified in custom.
They are close to the airport, so not really all that far out of the city. Probably 25 minute drive on a Saturday morning.
There's a reason there isn't a 'Ultimate Mississauga thread'
In all seriousness, I haven't been either, because it's a long way to go specifically, and I've never been in the area on a day/time they're open.