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Fairfax Hoodies are Live

Hey guys,

Our pullover hoodie lives! By popular demand, we made the top three colors of Indigo, Olive Drab, and Vintage Black. And it honestly came out perfectly. I wrote a bunch of copy in the items themselves, so here's the TLDR

1) The base is of medium-heavyweight cotton fleece that's plush and strong. I think it cuts the perfect balance. It's way thicker and more durable than the average Hanes or whatever, but a lot softer and easier to layer than things like Supreme or Reigning Champ. It drapes nicely due to the sturdy weight, but you can still layer it under a jacket.

2) Our dyehouse is the best. Same people that do the Sashiko, so the tones are vibrant and colorfast. Our old hoodies were kind of wonky with colors, but these are perfect iterations of the three colors IMO.

3) The garment is all white and then run thru a bath after makeup, so there's some cool and very subtle fading effects around the seams. It's all made in South Central LA.

4) Sizing is right were it should be. If you wear an Epaulet Medium or 38, then get a Medium in this. If you take a Large or a 40, then get a Large. It's super easy.

5) This initial run has 20 units per color, sizes M, L, and XL. Use the code fairfax15 to save 15% until Saturday. It makes the price $80.75, which is really unbeatable for this garment.

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FAIRFAX HOODED SWEATSHIRT IN INDIGO

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FAIRFAX HOODED SWEATSHIRT IN VINTAGE BLACK

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FAIRFAX HOODED SWEATSHIRT IN OLIVE DRAB
 

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Fairfax Hoodies are Live

Hey guys,

Our pullover hoodie lives! By popular demand, we made the top three colors of Indigo, Olive Drab, and Vintage Black. And it honestly came out perfectly. I wrote a bunch of copy in the items themselves, so here's the TLDR

1) The base is of medium-heavyweight cotton fleece that's plush and strong. I think it cuts the perfect balance. It's way thicker and more durable than the average Hanes or whatever, but a lot softer and easier to layer than things like Supreme or Reigning Champ. It drapes nicely due to the sturdy weight, but you can still layer it under a jacket.

2) Our dyehouse is the best. Same people that do the Sashiko, so the tones are vibrant and colorfast. Our old hoodies were kind of wonky with colors, but these are perfect iterations of the three colors IMO.

3) The garment is all white and then run thru a bath after makeup, so there's some cool and very subtle fading effects around the seams. It's all made in South Central LA.

4) Sizing is right were it should be. If you wear an Epaulet Medium or 38, then get a Medium in this. If you take a Large or a 40, then get a Large. It's super easy.

5) This initial run has 20 units per color, sizes M, L, and XL. Use the code fairfax15 to save 15% until Saturday. It makes the price $80.75, which is really unbeatable for this garment.

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FAIRFAX HOODED SWEATSHIRT IN INDIGO

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FAIRFAX HOODED SWEATSHIRT IN VINTAGE BLACK

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FAIRFAX HOODED SWEATSHIRT IN OLIVE DRAB
Hey Eva, I'm between sizes here — typically better XXL is better for me in chainstitch than XL. But I comfortably take a 44 in the Doyle. Do you think XL would fit?
 

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Hey Eva, I'm between sizes here — typically better XXL is better for me in chainstitch than XL. But I comfortably take a 44 in the Doyle. Do you think XL would fit?
Yup, absolutely.. the XL is going to be a great fit on you. I'd confidently say that any XXL shirt customer here (or jacket 44) could wear the XL. You're going to love it!
 

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Sweet Epaulet watches!

Btw Eva your daughter is absurdly adorable, what I wouldn't give to be even a quarter as photogenic
Haha, yeah I wish that our Epaulet watches looked just like the Oysterquartz. It's still the single greatest Rolex value IMO. Easily my favorite watch out there.

And thank you for the kind words on Josie... I appreciate it! She's definitely hamming it up these days. Last night she took the karaoke machine into our driveway and shouted out all of "Mr. Vain" and "Dangerzone" for the whole neighborhood. She picks up these songs from Netflix, and it's pretty hilarious.
 

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Deadline to Order Custom LA Clothing in Stripes, Denim, Chambray, Canvas, Twill, and Ripstop

Whew, that title is a mouthful. Just a heads-up that custom orders for over 50+ casual fabrics will close tonight for Doyle, Sinclair, Rivet Chinos, and Wilhelm Chinos. We're looking at an early September delivery, so get your orders in today if you want these pieces for the very start of Fall. We'll offer them again in the future, but the next delivery will probably be close to Thanksgiving.

There's four links to order from. Two overall fabric categories are each available in Jackets and Pants....

MADE TO ORDER DOYLE & SINCLAIR JACKET IN CANVAS, TWILL, AND DENIM

MADE TO ORDER RIVET & WILHELM CHINO IN CANVAS, TWILL, AND DENIM

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MADE TO ORDER DOYLE & SINCLAIR JACKET IN PRINTS, STRIPES, RIPSTOP, CHAMBRAY

MADE TO ORDER RIVET & WILHELM CHINO IN PRINTS, STRIPES, RIPSTOP, CHAMBRAY

And, since everyone loves macro fabric pics, check the textures on these...

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Rivet Field Grey Ripstop.jpg
Rivet Variegated Stripe Cuff.jpg
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Rivet Triple Weave Cuff.jpg
 

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Can you do a cuff on the finished inseam and do we need to account for shrinkage when we designate an inseam length?
 

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