Gitman Brothers Vintage

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  1. Max_Yeah_True

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    ^ what size? you can add darts to it no? take it to a tailor to see what your options are.
     


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    Max_Yeah_True Senior member

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    medium, =\ i dont know about darts.. should i return? are gitman oxfords just not for me...?
     


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    ^yeah, for some it just doesn't work out. the back looks pillowy or the bottom flares out a bit... if you can size down to a small, i'd try something else...
     


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    any tailor can slim the shirt down, either with darts or full body slimming along the side seam.
     


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    i can wear an M in gitman, but is a bit big on me. in our legacy i can wear an M, body fits OK but neck too tight...in spellbound i wear a Large, i have not tried BoO, and am an M in LVC
    feel like i'm out of options for trying brands of button downs and casual shirts..may try to get some made up with spread collar rather then button down as i have not seen any bespoke shirts in button downs that look particularly good
     


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    Hi guys! I was thinking of ordering the polka dot corduroy, but it seems the sizing differs from other gitman shirts. Has anybody here recomandations as to stick to regular size or size down? Looks as it's marked 23" pit to pit and the oxfords are 22 ".
     


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    Anyone have any experience or tried on the all expedition green shirt? Wanting to purchase but I'm wondering if it runs small....
     


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    Gitman's site has a restock of overdyes as well as a lot of their patterned shirts (flag, dragonfly, etc)
     


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    Umm Epaulet for the win in fit, price, fabrics, patterns, etc,
     


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    i have yet to try epaulet, how do they fit in terms of length?
    i suppose i best fit for casual OTR shirts for me so far is spellbound - they are cut a bit shorter then gitman or our legacy. however, they oxfords come wrinkled up, i suppose this is the look but its impossible to iron them for work as they just return to being creased and not really passable for my office
     


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    Measurements are on their website. I usually have to get the arms shortened but it is worth it.
     


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