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Kudos to Greg and team for being so customer-driven wrt feedback. I had privately grumbled that, while Tie Your Tie has some particularly nice vintage-inspired patterns, I wasn’t seeing them at NMWA. Now the maroon silk foulard turns up, sold!
 

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How do I setup direct deposit to NMWA for my paycheck??
I was hoping to wait it out for other drops this year to be more discerning but ouch these are all tempting. The tss color block tees are spot on.
 

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I really keep going back and forth on the idea of a subscription service. Like those gimmicky box services but with actually great stuff in it and before everyone else. Keep what you like, send back what you don't.
 

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@gdl203 do you know if the Chamula cowichan will stretch in the pit and chest area overtime wearing it?
 

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@gdl203 do you know if the Chamula cowichan will stretch in the pit and chest area overtime wearing it?
yeah it loosens up a bit with wear but if it feels any more than a size too small I’d say go up one
 

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I really keep going back and forth on the idea of a subscription service. Like those gimmicky box services but with actually great stuff in it and before everyone else. Keep what you like, send back what you don't.
It could work, especially if you ship an outfit!
 

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On the other hand, and just speaking for myself, part of the fun is surfing from maker page to maker page and putting together different combos that I think might look good, then annoying this forum with questions about whether it will actually look good / if anyone else has done it.
 

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Speaking of outfit, it would be nice, if possible, to see a “pair with this” section on product pages. Linking to pants, jackets when viewing a shirt for example. I’m sure that adds a ton of tedious work for each product though.
 

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yeah it loosens up a bit with wear but if it feels any more than a size too small I’d say go up one
I got the large and I normally get a size 3 or medium in brands typically. It just fits a little tight under the pit area...
 

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I really keep going back and forth on the idea of a subscription service. Like those gimmicky box services but with actually great stuff in it and before everyone else. Keep what you like, send back what you don't.
It could work, especially if you ship an outfit!
Second this. Sometimes I buy things because it looked awesome on one of the mannequins or on one of you in a Friday IG live. I’m also sure this would help with the problem where you buy something for the shop because it’s a strong fabric but it sits because it looks more basic.

Getting stuff before everyone else is appealing too, even though I’m sure I don’t spend near as much as others. Like a box when you get some of your more popular stuff like Kaptain Sunshine and throw in some of your favorites that have been sitting would def work for me.
 

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You ever consider carrying Yuketen stuff? Already got Monitaly and Chamula, and I feel like with Yuketen’s stylistic range you could do some cool stuff.
 

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@gdl203, for the moroccan slippers, same size as Castaner loafadrille? I normally wear US9.5 dress shoe and 43 Castaner.
 

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