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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hrv123, Aug 14, 2013.
Antonio has posted the inspiration before, but it's still cool.
Some great deals on Eidos at Haberdash right now. Between 25-40% off the entire line
I have to imagine their field jacket is the exact same NMWA was selling, even though Haberdasher decided to make their full retail price $150 higher, which ends up being more like $235 higher with the NMWA discount code.
I can proxy SF Bloomingdales, pm me if you haven't figured something else out.
Too bad they inexplicably manually convert the brand numeric size labels to a tagged letter ( s,m,l, etc). Add my experience of no customer service email responses for clarification and unfortunately I move elsewhere.
I called yesterday to ask them about size and I was told that M = 40 and Large = 41. I was also told that they will include hangers. I included a note to that effect with my order today and I received an email saying the associate I spoke to was incorrect and they only include a hanger with jackets not shirts.
I can confirm that a button-down shirt labeled M on the website was sized 40/15.75.
I ordered two Large Eidos shirts from them in the past and they were both 42s.
My post above should have come with a caveat; the sizes they gave me were for the two shirts I ordered. I'm definitely not defending the conversion of the sizes to M or L. The website should list the actual size on the shirt.
Either way, the issues are not surprising. This is to be expected when stores manually convert for some unknown reason.
I am sure they convert thinking that people won't "get" numerical sizing, but that can be corrected by posting measurements for each size offered. I will never understand why some schlub selling J Crew Factory shirts for $8.99 on eBay can measure multiple garments but an online retailer can't...
Got this shirt from Gentry during the Memorial Day promo. The collar is awesome and the fabric is just short of amazing, but I'm unsure of the sizing. I went with a 39 and the shoulders feel good but it's overall a little smaller than I'm used to. Sorry that the sleeves are rolled up, but they were a little too long and I intend to almost always wear it with them rolled anyway. Any thoughts? should I try to exchange for the next size up?
Anyone has fit picture on the older models?
this one is bazar model per seller.
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