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post #256 of 294
Fans of JtG may also be interested in these two:

http://www.adamoflondon.com/aol_shop/index.php

http://www.britac.net/shop/

Aertex sells online, but is less slim that their JtG offerings:

http://www.aertex.com/shop/
post #257 of 294
I bought a breton jumper and a shirt recently. The jumper is perfect and the shirt is ok but i'm still going to keep looking for a better fitting OTR shirt. I'm probably going to have to let out the backpleat as the shirt is slightly too slim on me. Oh well, I definitely recommend them, they deliver super fast to the other side of the world.
post #258 of 294
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Fans of JtG may also be interested in these two:

http://www.adamoflondon.com/aol_shop/index.php

http://www.britac.net/shop/

Aertex sells online, but is less slim that their JtG offerings:

http://www.aertex.com/shop/


Adam has good gear and JtG sells some of his gear. He also has his own store off Portobello Road markets

Britac is very affordable now that the euro has tanked. Mine took a while to finally arrive via regular spanish post. The fit isnt very slim, definitely nowhere near as trim as a JtG shirt. They have an insane amount of fabric options tho

Aertex is good too, I bought one shirt a while back and had to have it taken in the body. Then I bought 2 more last Xmas in London in the same size and these were more fitted and didnt need any tailoring, so not sure if there are 2 different fits or if they changed their pattern.

the other brand worth checking out is Mikkel Rude. You can get his shirts at Oi Polloi or direct from his site. He ships very fast and I've never been hit with an additional shipping charge even to USA, so on top of a good exchange rate it makes his products that much cheaper. Shirts are typical poly/cotton blend, but they've quickly become some of my faves, primarily due to some great old school style checks, and I like not having to iron my shirts after a wash since I'm lazy. Good collars too.
post #259 of 294
I just got a JtG short sleeve shirt. Same great slim fit as the LS but with a higher hem and a final button down near the bottom to make it look very smart untucked. I like the collar and torso fit and length much better than Brutus, though the sleeves are a fraction longer and roomier than a Trimfit. I will definitely be getting some more short sleeve JtG's to ass to my summer workwear.
post #260 of 294
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Adam has good gear and JtG sells some of his gear. He also has his own store off Portobello Road markets

Britac is very affordable now that the euro has tanked. Mine took a while to finally arrive via regular spanish post. The fit isnt very slim, definitely nowhere near as trim as a JtG shirt. They have an insane amount of fabric options tho

Aertex is good too, I bought one shirt a while back and had to have it taken in the body. Then I bought 2 more last Xmas in London in the same size and these were more fitted and didnt need any tailoring, so not sure if there are 2 different fits or if they changed their pattern.

the other brand worth checking out is Mikkel Rude. You can get his shirts at Oi Polloi or direct from his site. He ships very fast and I've never been hit with an additional shipping charge even to USA, so on top of a good exchange rate it makes his products that much cheaper. Shirts are typical poly/cotton blend, but they've quickly become some of my faves, primarily due to some great old school style checks, and I like not having to iron my shirts after a wash since I'm lazy. Good collars too.

I'm glad someone mentions Mikkel Rude, he is a Dane, just as I am. I don't like his shirts, due to the poly/cotton blend, and the style isn't up my alley. The cardigan he made was quite good though.

I do however think that it is great that a Dane is collaborating with Solovair.
post #261 of 294
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post #262 of 294
Monkeyboots and Beige Sta-Prest trousers finally back in stock!
post #263 of 294
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Monkeyboots and Beige Sta-Prest trousers finally back in stock!

Will visit the store later today and buy a pair of beige Sta Prests.
post #264 of 294
Does this site include VAT, if so do they offer VAT refunds?
post #265 of 294
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no VAT refunds
post #266 of 294
Can anyone who has a breton jumper from JtG tell me what brand they are?
post #267 of 294
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Can anyone who has a breton jumper from JtG tell me what brand they are?
Royal Mer I am actually on the fence whether to keep mine or sell it in B&S here. It is thick, well made and WARM ... just not sure it is really me.
post #268 of 294
Best fitting Breton jumper we have ever found. Narrow arms and body, wash really well and yes they are warm. We love them in the winter here in Brighton.
post #269 of 294
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Best fitting Breton jumper we have ever found. Narrow arms and body, wash really well and yes they are warm. We love them in the winter here in Brighton.

Have you guys thought about doing a nice fitted cricket jumper?
post #270 of 294
sorry, Cricket jumper is not on our list at the moment. Knitwear is a difficult one to get made well. Nice thought all the same.
Just made some great silk scarves though, in eight pattern[IMG][/IMG]s!
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