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Hi Gents,

 

For those of you that graciously posted the deal on other platforms, can you please PM me the links to them. Then I can get you all the updated with the credit.

 

Best,

Rick

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Dappered posted a review today on the J Crew Factory Moleskin blazer, I think these types of blazers would be good for guys like me who rarely wear suits but still want to incorporate it into the wardrobe with chinos or denim. If you did something like that in the future I would be all over checking it out. Moleskin, tweed and even flannel (same fabrics as the trousers maybe) for the Fall/Winter. Cotton for the Spring.

 

https://factory.jcrew.com/mens-clothing/jackets_outerwear/blazers_sportcoats/PRDOVR~F7807/F7807.jsp?color_name=dark-olive

 

 

 

 

What is the ETA on denim shirts?

post #5778 of 6215

Hi there!

 

I was hoping to get in on this great deal of yours, but kept having trouble with my credit cards on your website. I then realized that you only take Visa and Mastercards. I was hoping to use another card (to avoid foreign transaction fees). Is there any way to do that?

 

Thank you in advance!

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hey rick,

 

approximately how many inches can your wool trousers be let out at the waist?

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hey rick,

approximately how many inches can your wool trousers be let out at the waist?

1 3/4".
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thx. if i wear a 35.5 inch sleeve length for dress shirts, will the sleeve length on a slim 36 jacket be long enough? too long is fine since i'd obv need this tailored anyway, i just have relatively long arms compared to my chest size which makes shopping difficult

post #5783 of 6215
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thx. if i wear a 35.5 inch sleeve length for dress shirts, will the sleeve length on a 36 jacket be long enough? too long is fine since i'd obv need this tailored anyway, i just have relatively long arms compared to my chest size which makes shopping difficult

 

You might have to have the sleeves lengthened. But it's simple because the button holes are false. You can lengthen the sleeve up to 7/8".

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fantastic!

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Originally Posted by jeam3130 View Post
 

thx. if i wear a 35.5 inch sleeve length for dress shirts, will the sleeve length on a slim 36 jacket be long enough? too long is fine since i'd obv need this tailored anyway, i just have relatively long arms compared to my chest size which makes shopping difficult

 

FYI - I take a 35"-35.5" shirt sleeve as well and have found that jackets in 38R had sleeves that were noticeably too short. I tried on a Slim 40R and they were acceptable. The suit jacket of a Contemporary 38L was good as well, but those are rare beasts at S&M.  

 

For reference I like at least 1/2" shirt cuff showing.

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FYI - I take a 35"-35.5" shirt sleeve as well and have found that jackets in 38R had sleeves that were noticeably too short. I tried on a Slim 40R and they were acceptable. The suit jacket of a Contemporary 38L was good as well, but those are rare beasts at S&M.  

 

For reference I like at least 1/2" shirt cuff showing.

 

my chest diameter is 36 inches. i think i would drown in those jackets

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1 3/4".


can we have pants custom made if we provide the measurements? if so, is there an extra cost and how much?

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I'm just say
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my chest diameter is 36 inches. i think i would drown in those jackets

I'm just saying that if you need a 35"+ inch shirt sleeve, a size 36 jacket will have sleeves that may be closer to your elbow than to your wrist. Ok, that's an exaggeration, but they will probably be much too short, even with tailoring.

Best thing is to refer to the size chart or ask for jacket sleeve measurements.
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I'm just say
I'm just saying that if you need a 35"+ inch shirt sleeve, a size 36 jacket will have sleeves that may be closer to your elbow than to your wrist. Ok, that's an exaggeration, but they will probably be much too short, even with tailoring.

Best thing is to refer to the size chart or ask for jacket sleeve measurements.

 

ya i def hear ya. i guess i don't really understand the sleeve measurements on the website. for a slim jacket, the sleeve length measurements listed vary between 24.25 and 25.875 for jacket sizes 36 and 44 respectively. that seems crazy to have such a small increase in sleeve length for such a drastic change in chest size. i must be missing something

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ya i def hear ya. i guess i don't really understand the sleeve measurements on the website. for a slim jacket, the sleeve length measurements listed vary between 24.25 and 25.875 for jacket sizes 36 and 44 respectively. that seems crazy to have such a small increase in sleeve length for such a drastic change in chest size. i must be missing something

My guess: jacket sleeve is shoulder to cuff. Shirt sleeve is neck to cuff.
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