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post #31 of 34
I am on board if your shirts have an Italian spread collar and button cuffs......17/33
post #32 of 34
Chuck Good luck trying to make everyone on this forum happy. Why can't you make shirts to exact sleeve lenths in 8 collar styles and three different cuff styles. Years ago a friend had a company called Byron & Poole. He used to have the Factory cut bodies with a 37" sleeve length. Cuffs and collars were made but unattached. This way he would Attach collar and cuff style that the customer ordered and adjust the sleeve to the exact length. He would be left with extra collars and cuffs. He is out of business for a long time now. Carl
post #33 of 34
Shirtmaven, someone posted that you do not make your own shirts. I question the legitimacy of the "out- vs in-house" debate, which seems to have shifting parameters, definitions, and rules, but can you clarify this issue vis a vis your own product? For example, NYC tailors have come in for a beating for having tailors outside their physical shop, participate in the construction of suits, but Saville Row tailors and Jermin Street shoemakers almost entirely outsource, often to the same craftsmen.
post #34 of 34
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Why can't you make shirts to exact sleeve lenths in 8 collar styles and three different cuff styles.
You forgot with and without pockets :-) 8 collars times 6 sleeve lengths times 2 cuffs Times 4 fabrics... hmm.... Just under 400 SKUS and then ya gotta decide how many of each size (and guess right) ...The shirt business is blessedly simple, is it not Maven??? :-)
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