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Any chance for new Benjamin tie releases upcoming?

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To piggyback off the above, when can we expect more Benjamin Sartorial suits? The navy were sold out before I had the chance to get one.

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Originally Posted by Enox View Post
 

Just received my benjamin sartorial shirt, size 15.5 in white broadcloth. Just so others can see the fit/collar, untucked so the length is visible. My measurements: 5'11", ~168 lbs, 18" shoulders, 25" arms, ~40" chest. 

 

 

I think it fits pretty damn great--I can't really see anywhere tailoring would help. Anyone else's thoughts?

Great shirt, but I will say the only thing I'm a little disappointed with is the thinness of the fabric. Feel is amazing, smoothest and silky but definitely wish the broadcloth was thick enough so I could go undershirt-less (I live in the south so undershirts + dress shirts + suit = absolute murder). 

Is that shirt unwashed?

post #3394 of 3404
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Originally Posted by Enox View Post

Just received my benjamin sartorial shirt, size 15.5 in white broadcloth. Just so others can see the fit/collar, untucked so the length is visible. My measurements: 5'11", ~168 lbs, 18" shoulders, 25" arms, ~40" chest. 
 


I think it fits pretty damn great--I can't really see anywhere tailoring would help. Anyone else's thoughts?


Great shirt, but I will say the only thing I'm a little disappointed with is the thinness of the fabric. Feel is amazing, smoothest and silky but definitely wish the broadcloth was thick enough so I could go undershirt-less (I live in the south so undershirts + dress shirts + suit = absolute murder). 

Shirt looks like a great fit - I've been really pleased with the shirts as we use the same factory that Zegna contracts with for some of their shirts made in Romania (although the shirt company headquarters is actually in Italy). I bought thousands of meters from Canclini and so the fabrics, for the most part, are amazing.

The shirt you have is indeed a thinner/finer broadcloth that is extremely soft, and indeed best to wear an undershirt with it. We have the same fabric in solid light pink - the cotton is amazingly soft and fine.
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Originally Posted by pmestrad View Post

Any chance for new Benjamin tie releases upcoming?

Probably not... we're a little heavy on ties atm. What kind of ties were you looking for? We've got hundreds to choose from as it is...
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It is not. Pulled it straight out of the box due to my excitement. Washing it at the moment and will try it on a again to check for fit after shrinkage. 

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Originally Posted by eHaberdasher View Post


Shirt looks like a great fit - I've been really pleased with the shirts as we use the same factory that Zegna contracts with for some of their shirts made in Romania (although the shirt company headquarters is actually in Italy). I bought thousands of meters from Canclini and so the fabrics, for the most part, are amazing.

The shirt you have is indeed a thinner/finer broadcloth that is extremely soft, and indeed best to wear an undershirt with it. We have the same fabric in solid light pink - the cotton is amazingly soft and fine.

Do you have any recommendations for shirt fabrics that I can go undershirt-less with? I'm guessing most of your twills? 

 

How are the thicknesses on the dobbys, and other patterned shirts?

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Originally Posted by jamesmullen View Post

To piggyback off the above, when can we expect more Benjamin Sartorial suits? The navy were sold out before I had the chance to get one.

We should be getting more navy in the next few weeks.
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Do you have any recommendations for shirt fabrics that I can go undershirt-less with? I'm guessing most of your twills? 

How are the thicknesses on the dobbys, and other patterned shirts?

The solid white you have and the solid pink are the only ones that are best with an undershirt. All the other shirts can be worn without any undershirt.
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Thank you all for those who weighed in on your fabric preferences for the fall. We will be offering most of them, and are just waiting for confirmation of our fabric order!

In addition, for those waiting on the pending MTO Bella Spalla they are supposedly arriving tomorrow if they clear customs early enough in the day tomorrow! Yes, trousers are coming too! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Is there any chance we could get a less skinny suit trouser option? The 34" waist is the biggest I could possibly go and still be able to take it in, but 25" in the thighs is still a bit constricting. 

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Yes, trousers are coming too! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Nice!  Can you confirm if there is 1.5" in the waist to let out for the Bella Spalla trousers?  

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The solid white you have and the solid pink are the only ones that are best with an undershirt. All the other shirts can be worn without any undershirt.

 

Can you provide a list of your top 5-10 best selling Benjamin dress shirts? Or maybe your top 5 essentials/favorites? Had to donate all my old dress shirts on account of them being too large, need to rebuild my wardrobe. 

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Originally Posted by jamesmullen View Post

Is there any chance we could get a less skinny suit trouser option? The 34" waist is the biggest I could possibly go and still be able to take it in, but 25" in the thighs is still a bit constricting. 

@eHaberdasher what is the thigh on a Classico II trouser and where do you measure for the thigh measurement.
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