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post #16 of 25
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did you guys do all those measurements they ask or just measure your fave shirt? i'm considering it, but there's just a ton of crap to measure. also, i see at the bottom where you select fabric, there's apparently only one selection, i.e. you have to fill all that out over and over if you ordered more than 1 shirt?
post #17 of 25
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did you guys do all those measurements they ask or just measure your fave shirt?  i'm considering it, but there's just a ton of crap to measure.  also, i see at the bottom where you select fabric, there's apparently only one selection, i.e. you have to fill all that out over and over if you ordered more than 1 shirt?
Stu, I simply measured my favorite shirt for the first order, and told Ricky that I wanted the shirt to be exactly like the measurements I sent him. That was for my first order which I ordered only 1 shirt. After it came back to me, I tweaked the sizing just a tad, and then sent an order for 4 more shirts. I did this in a regular email with all the specs for the shirts, but the size was the same. So my email was only the style changes I want. Ricky still had my credit card info with him, so I didn't have to email him that. I've followed this procedure three times since then with no problems.
post #18 of 25
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You just need to specify the length of the cuff from your wrist to the end of the cuff as it would be once cuffed (boy, that sounded confusing). If he already has your measurements, then you don't need to do anything special with the arm length measurements.
I assume you mean once the cuff is folded and ready for the cuff link right? So there really is no difference in ordering a button or french cuff. What about wrist measurement? Stays the same as well?
post #19 of 25
For ordering multiple shirts, I always worry about the language barrier, so I don't just fill out one form and then say, "I'd also like . . . " Instead, I have the numbers that I want written down, and after I submit one order, I just hit the back button my browser, which takes me directly back to the order form I just filled out. This leaves me the option of changing all or nothing at all -- but the great thing is all the things you previously submitted are still filled out. Thus, I don't have to re-fill out my measuremets, but if I want to (for example) change from a barrell cuff to a french cuff, or from a spread to a medium spread collar, I can do that no problem. I'd recommend doing it this way.
post #20 of 25
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i'd love to see a photo of that shop. maybe someone local could snap a quick pic?
http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....33;st=0 koji
post #21 of 25
ah. thanks, i didn't know someone had already done it, and i neglected to search either. great pictures. (wow, that night shot of the city on the water...spectacular.) /andrew
post #22 of 25
I am thinking of e-mailing Ricky a Word file outlining a number of changes I have requested lately and including a couple of pictures illustrating problems I am looking to fix. Does anyone know if he uses Microsoft Word? I am having very little success e-mailing him (never returned) and I tried to call once but found the language barrier very difficult. Thus, I figure maybe a Word file would be a good way to encapsulate everything.
post #23 of 25
Yes, he does use Word. I sent him 5 pages of instruction with bits and pieces of pictures, which is probably why my order took quite long to fill.
post #24 of 25
you could always print a Word file as a PDF file, that way the fonts, formatting, etc. don't get screwed up.
post #25 of 25
just received word that my first shirt arrived today. i ordered it seven weeks ago to the day.
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