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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Deo Veritas, Dec 22, 2016.
Thank you kindly!
Let us know if we can be of any assistance in your quest for promising stuff
A selection of some of our latest fabrics. Have a browse and let us know what you like or if you have any questions.
good to see another MtM shirt option
edit: also I really like your interface, especially on the sizing part, maybe I'll give it a try some time, certainly competitively priced
Glad you like the shirt designer interface. We're always tweaking where we can to improve the user experience.
Let us know if we can be of any assistance.
I have a possible suggestion. It might be just me, but sometimes the fabrics shown can be a little hard to translate to real life. Like I have some trouble picturing what the pattern will truly look like on the full shirt. I can stare at swatches all day but it becomes a little difficult to picture the shirt. My first and only order was with a few safe shirts (white, blue) and a casual shirt that I believe I could see the whole shirt pattern on the website. I know it is difficult to take a full shot of the fabric, but it might help some of us picture the pattern. Maybe a side by side with a closeup of the detailed pattern and a distance shot as well? I think this is my only complaint (if you can call it that) so far. Otherwise, top notch experience!
Why do I need to login/create an account on step #3, sizing? I get it—you probably want to know my email, but this freaking UX anti-pattern is killing the web; please make it stop Is it not possible to create a site w/o trackers? (Goes for Styleforum, too!)
Even with the items above, you probably have one of the best sites for custom shirtmaking. Good luck!
@jcman311 Appreciate the feed back. We hear you on the fabric photos. We've made a contentious effort to update our entire library with professionally shot hi-res images before the end of the year. We're getting there. If you look at our new fabrics, you'll see that they're all professionally shot with multiple angles and depths. Right now about 40% of our fabrics are updated with the new photography.... couple examples you can see below.
Additionally, we're working to include a zoom feature (soon) on our shirt customizer so you can see a more detailed rendering of your designed shirt. Stay tuned.
La Palma Lux Grid
100% Egyptian Cotton by Soktas
2 ply / 100s
@papa kot We get your concern... here's the reasoning behind asking for login info at the measurements page. Prior to the way we have it setup currently, many customers were inputting measurements then hitting save (without having registered) which prompted the login page ... thereafter, the measurements were in many cases lost. The session info can many times get lost -- depending on browser -- if you're not logged in... This infuriated many of our users, hence the login / registration prompt. It's honestly not meant to be used as a means of capturing email but preserving measurement info.
Thanks for the compliment on the site ... it's definitely been a journey to get it where it is today.
Simply awesome. So much easier to see the detail. That depth helps a lot. Thank you so much for listening to the customers.
Great to see Deo Veritas on the forum. I've ordered a couple of shirts before and they came out great!
Thanks! Appreciate the warm welcome and glad you like the shirts.
Nothing beats a crisp white shirt, a classic wardrobe staple.
Customize your version using our shirt designer.
Any questions or comments, drop us a line.
Deo Veritas offers the Cocktail Cuff (known on our site as the Flowback) as one of 6 cuff options available when designing a custom dress shirt.
To learn more about Cocktail Cuffs, visit our Shirt Designer and select Cuffs.
Have a great weekend!
Our friend Aleks JJ showing off his style at Pitti Uomo last week, including a custom dress shirt from Deo Veritas.
Our fabric feature this week is the Wessex Chestnut Flannel, a quintessential fall/winter fabric to customize a shirt from.
Melange Flannel by Soktas
50/1 + 50/1 Melange
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