I haven't ordered anything since like March, so I'm kinda out of the loop. Can anyone explain how the sizing works for the cut-to-order shirting? Is it really using the chart linked for the "Italian overdye oxfords" that's linked on the individual pages? Does anyone have clear instructions for how to measure ourselves up for these, or do we just measure our shirts (and how? is it just using this video?)?
Lastly, are these shipped on a per-shirt basis, or are they done in batches (e.g., am I actually just waiting 4-6 weeks for production, or am I waiting for a batch of shirts to be ordered, and then potentially waiting longer?)
Thanks, and Merry Christmas y'all
Yeah, my understanding is the size chart for the Italian Overdye Oxfords are now the standard sizings, and then the rewards memberships allows for +/- on sleeve and length. I would say those videos are the best way to get measurements that you can compare to the size chart.
From what I've seen, pre-order for shirts allows you to give Mauro your requested size along with the +/- on sleeves and body length if you have the rewards membership and the shirts will be made in 4-6 weeks time once pre-order closes. Then it seems like if you miss the pre-order, Mauro might be able to put in another order if you get a group in (aka batch orders). Also, there is a made-to-measure program that I have never done, but it sounds like you give all your measurements to Mauro via email at email@example.com and he can give you details on shipping or help on measurements.
No. Best bet is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for Mauro to respond to. I forgot what the options are.
Also, girlfriend got me a burgundy bamboo-sorona t-shirt for Christmas. I love the t-shirts. Mauro was also correct on GFs wanting to steal some for themselves.