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post #751 of 877
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

EG shirt sizing has been a consistent source of frustration for me season to season. Less so with things like outerwear and trousers.

Me too.  I don't know what to do about this.

 

I read the measurements carefully and decide on a Medium (usual size).  Some medium EGs come up baggy like 19th century farmstead wear.  Is it intentional?

Its too much hassle to return.

 

 

 

TBB are brilliant Tobias.  You shouldnt have any customs issues.  They've only ever been brilliant when I use them.

post #752 of 877
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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post

Has anyone in the US ordered from TBB this season? If so, were you charged any additional customs fees? 

Ordered two jackets during s 25% off sale. No fees at all.
post #753 of 877
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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post

Has anyone in the US ordered from TBB this season? If so, were you charged any additional customs fees? 

Love TBB Tobias. No fees. Super-fast ship to west coast US too.
post #754 of 877
Anybody pick these up from SS16?

Do they fit TTS? How about sleeve length.?

I am 16-34 in button down shirts is size L usually.

post #755 of 877
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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post

Has anyone in the US ordered from TBB this season? If so, were you charged any additional customs fees? 

you don't/shouldn't get charged import fees for MUSA goods.
post #756 of 877
Kind of a long shot, but I was wondering if anyone could identify the t shirt the model is wearing in this photo. It seems like he's wearing this shirt in just about every photo they post and it is exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks.

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post #757 of 877

It looks like its this shirt: http://www.secondstage2008.jp/L-NEPENTHES-PURPLELABEL-16S-NEMBPOCKETTEE.html

 

You can see the pocket peaking through on the pic you posted... probably just stretched out the collar. 

post #758 of 877

Anyone have this season's banded collar shirt in white paisley lawn? Mine just arrived, and the hem seems uneven/slanted at the front—the left side is longer than the right. I'm wondering if they're all cut that way, or if it's just my shirt.

 

Edit: Looking at some store photos it appears they all may be cut like that? What do you think?

 

 

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Edited by tobiasfunke - 6/6/16 at 6:22pm
post #759 of 877
Sounds like it rolled off the line with some extra wabi sabi. Enjoy.
post #760 of 877
Anyone got or tried this seasons fatigue shorts ? As usual the measurements are all over the place between different stores so i can't decide to go with small or medium to fit my 32" waist ?
post #761 of 877
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Originally Posted by modual View Post

Anyone got or tried this seasons fatigue shorts ? As usual the measurements are all over the place between different stores so i can't decide to go with small or medium to fit my 32" waist ?

If this helps, I just SS16 navy twill ghurka shorts in size M. I have 32" waist as well and the fit is spot on.
post #762 of 877
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post


If this helps, I just SS16 navy twill ghurka shorts in size M. I have 32" waist as well and the fit is spot on.

Just to add some confusion, I'm also a 32" waist and wear a small in this season's Ghurka. I would definitely need to tie the drawstring to wear a medium. I am a small in the SS15 Fatigue shorts.

 

I also just tried on some size 32 Cambridge shorts, and they were skin tight on me.

post #763 of 877

It really depends on how you like to wear them. If you want a more relaxed, bunched up fit go for the medium. Also if your thighs are big / how tall you are - the Fatigue short is noticeably shorter this season, so I'd definitely not recommend them to someone who likes their shorts to reach their knees. If you want something a bit slimmer that doesn't need a drawstring to stay up, go for the Small.

post #764 of 877
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Originally Posted by modual View Post

Anyone got or tried this seasons fatigue shorts ? As usual the measurements are all over the place between different stores so i can't decide to go with small or medium to fit my 32" waist ?

 

I got the corduroy fatigue shorts and they actually fit very similar to the regular fatigues (if that helps). I felt this year's were a bit bigger than the corresponding size from last spring.

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