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post #46 of 68
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@FrankCowperwood

Thanks for posting that! And duly noted on the corduroy! We're kicking around some ideas at the moment and I'm going to throw that in the ring!

We found an incredible crunch Italian navy pique cotton while in NYC and Some Shetland tweeds as well. I've also been thinking of a mid-weight moleskin for it...

I've got a ton of awesome photos to show you guys from the trip! Hopefully I can get to post some stuff up today!
post #47 of 68
Great! Sounds like some good fabric choices you've got there.



H Stockton summer broadcloth shirt today.
post #48 of 68
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Man, between finishing up SS17 and working on getting a bunch of early Fall deliveries online, I've been neglecting you guys and updates. I'm sorry about that!

 

We found a lot of killer garments and accessories for Spring (and some things for a holiday delivery as well). I'm going to highlight some of my favorites.

 

Inis Meain

 

First up is this incredibly indigo dyed heavy linen overshirt. I really don't think I've seen a linen like this before, it's certainly weighted more like denim. 

 

 

 

Along with that we're bringing in the Pub Jacket in this beautiful navy linen-blend and their standard crewneck in a blackberry marl linen-blend. This type of fabric works great for even a Fall/Winter sweater in Georgia, hence the holiday delivery. 

 

 

Exley

 

I've been on the hunt for an anorak/parka for us to carry and I think this will fit the bill nicely. Exley is a technical outerwear company based and manufactured in New Bedford, MA. Most of their fabrics are sourced from Italy and Japan, I believe, and their garments are made for wearing in the elements (taped seams, robust construction, etc). 

 

 

 

E. Formicola

 

Fall is our first season working with E. Formicola. We'll have a slew of handmade dress and sport shirts, 7-fold ties and tailored clothing, all made in Naples. Virtually unknown outside of Japan, we're thrilled to be one of the few North American retailers carrying their products. 

 

Below are our three fabric selections for Spring.

 

 

 

 

Universal Works

 

Another new brand that we picked up, I was really digging their collection. The fabrics, styles and vibe of the brand all seems to play off of each element, resulting in casual and comfortable garments that can take a beating.

 

The Town Jacket

 

 

With a matching fatigue pant, for a great casual suit (the fabric pictured is not the same cloth, but what we ordered will be)

 

 

And this insanely cool Guayabera-inspired shirt.

 

 

That's about all I've got time to do today, but I'll continue the preview sometime this week and should also have some FW goods to show!

post #49 of 68
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Saw this on the H Stockton Instagram:



Would love to see this in a heavyweight corduroy. Would have a very old school hunting coat feel to it.

Self quote!

Any eta on this? Seems to fit into your Genuine Goods, right?

Some nice new fall shirts on the site too. Flannel and that denim BD looks nice.
post #50 of 68
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Self quote!

Any eta on this? Seems to fit into your Genuine Goods, right?

Some nice new fall shirts on the site too. Flannel and that denim BD looks nice.

 

I'm sorry I missed this/have been neglecting the thread. We've had some personnel changes, so I've been trying to wear a bunch of different hats and haven't had much time to devote to the thread. The good news is that I'm no longer on the retail sales floor, so I'll have exponentially more time to devote to the thread and our site. Keep an eye out for big things!

 

Unfortunately this piece is going to be put on the backburner for Fall. There wasn't enough time to really nail down what we could do with it. That said, we're looking at some options for Spring at the moment. I really hope it comes to fruition!

 

We've gotten in a lot of great garments so far this season, with quite a bit left to land. This week we'll have our L/S Italian-made polos, our delivery from Merz B Schwanen, two Alden makeups and our clothing/neckwear/shirting from E. Formicola launching this week!

 

Some of my favorite things we've launched so far:

 

 

 

We really expanded our selections from Ring Jacket this season. We're featuring two Balloon wool sportcoats (the brown donegal is easily my favorite of this season), two suits in their Calm Twist fabric, two fabrics in the A-1 Blouson model as well as two knit full-placket spread collar shirts (those are launching very soon!). It's really incredible how well our long-time clients have been responding to Ring Jacket and I think the momentum is going to keep building.

 

  

 

Another really exciting collection for me this season is our knitwear, but most importantly these crewneck Shetland sweaters. Crafted in Scotland and retailing at $145, it's an incredible value. They're made the same way they were made when we opened up shop in '63, pretty damn cool.

 

   

 

 

 

Finally, I'm thrilled with our shirting so far this season. The chambray and forest green Bengal stripe are two of the most interesting dress shirts we've made in my time here and the sport shirt fabrics, like the heavy flannel buffalo plaid and this brushed Oxford cloth are both luxurious and insanely versatile.

post #51 of 68
That blouson is something else.
post #52 of 68
Hi ,
As A native Atl. I can vouche for the Stocton's service and integrity. I recently retired my bathrobe after 30yrs, and dad had things much older.
Cordially
George Sherrill
post #53 of 68
@leftofthedial Two questions about these moleskin trousers:

1. From where are they imported?

2. What's the leg opening measurement?


post #54 of 68
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That blouson is something else.

 

 

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@leftofthedial Two questions about these moleskin trousers:

1. From where are they imported?

2. What's the leg opening measurement?

  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Man, the blousons really are the bees knees.

 

And those trousers are made in Romania (as are most Hiltl). From what I remember you're around a 34-35 waist? The leg opening on a 34 is 16 1/2", the 35 is 17". That fabric is some of the raddest F/W cotton I've seen. It's got an incredibly soft hand, but is a nice mid-weight.

 

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Hi ,
As A native Atl. I can vouche for the Stocton's service and integrity. I recently retired my bathrobe after 30yrs, and dad had things much older.
Cordially
George Sherrill

 

Thank you for the endorsement! Next time you're in Atlanta we'd love to see you!

post #55 of 68
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Man, the blousons really are the bees knees.

And those trousers are made in Romania (as are most Hiltl). From what I remember you're around a 34-35 waist? The leg opening on a 34 is 16 1/2", the 35 is 17". That fabric is some of the raddest F/W cotton I've seen. It's got an incredibly soft hand, but is a nice mid-weight.


Thank you for the endorsement! Next time you're in Atlanta we'd love to see you!

There was some talk about those Ring Jacket blousons in the MC casual thread the other day. Bees knees is the consensus.

Will have to give the moleskin trousers a try. You do remember my trouser size correctly. I'll consider this a testament to your memory rather than the number of trousers I've ordered that you may have packed for shipping... smile.gif

Tempted to try the 35s in these since I'm angling for wider leg openings these days. Can the waist be taken in if needed?
post #56 of 68
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There was some talk about those Ring Jacket blousons in the MC casual thread the other day. Bees knees is the consensus.

Will have to give the moleskin trousers a try. You do remember my trouser size correctly. I'll consider this a testament to your memory rather than the number of trousers I've ordered that you may have packed for shipping... smile.gif

Tempted to try the 35s in these since I'm angling for wider leg openings these days. Can the waist be taken in if needed?

 

Man, the weight of those jackets is what really gets me. They're both super functional as outerwear, but not too heavy for a layer on top.

 

The waist is very easily alterable. The waistband construction is split, so it can be brought in or let out (though, as with any cotton, there will be faint stitchmarks letting out). 

 

And a heads up about a low-key promotion we're doing until the end of the month.

 

 

If you sign up for our email newsletter (we don't send out tons of them, but a few throughout the month), you'll receive a code for $50 off your purchase of $150 or more! The code is good only until October 31, so don't wait too long!

 

And, of course, if I can offer any assistance/measurements/etc to anyone, don't hesitate to let me know.

post #57 of 68
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Man, the weight of those jackets is what really gets me. They're both super functional as outerwear, but not too heavy for a layer on top.

 

The waist is very easily alterable. The waistband construction is split, so it can be brought in or let out (though, as with any cotton, there will be faint stitchmarks letting out). 

 

And a heads up about a low-key promotion we're doing until the end of the month.

 

 

If you sign up for our email newsletter (we don't send out tons of them, but a few throughout the month), you'll receive a code for $50 off your purchase of $150 or more! The code is good only until October 31, so don't wait too long!

 

And, of course, if I can offer any assistance/measurements/etc to anyone, don't hesitate to let me know.

Any chance the Inis Meain linen overshirt makes it online before 10/31? :cool:

post #58 of 68
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@Shouldaville

I wish! Really can't wait for Inis to hit. It should land right around Thanksgiving.
post #59 of 68
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@Shouldaville

I wish! Really can't wait for Inis to hit. It should land right around Thanksgiving.
Speaking of arrivals, will there be more fall tailoring (esp. sport coats) going up any time in the future? Thanks!
post #60 of 68
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Speaking of arrivals, will there be more fall tailoring (esp. sport coats) going up any time in the future? Thanks!

Yup!

I'm working on finishing our E. Formicola tailored clothing by tomorrow afternoon. We'll also launch this insane Shepherd-ish check coat, a new H. Stockton blazer and hopefully two more tweedy coats (provided the tweeds arrive this week).

While I don't think it's possible to have every piece in-store on the website, I want the selection to be more robust than it has been and I'm diligently working on it! You guys will see more and more rolling out.
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