Michael J Krell - affiliate thread (www.michaeljkrell.com)

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  1. TyCooN

    TyCooN Senior member

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    you also have a lot more wide range of clothing retailers to purchase from too. theres not many clothing retailers who make xs slim cut things. if mjk was a lot more known it would have sold out a lot more quickly. i don't think its known past sf and sufu.

    a lot of people everywhere ask me where i got my mjk hoodie or mjk shawl all the time. i go to them its michael j krell. their first expression is who the heck?

    thank god for BoO still.

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    you'll get new customers like me with the new fit to make up for the lost customers who can only wear XS or smaller. i can't fathom grown men being that little.

    Agree.... I'm one of the new customers. Just ordered the gray/navy chambray today! Can't wait to get it.
     


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    Maybe you could make an extra extra small for us little people to size down to...
     


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    MJK, congrats on your continuing success!

    Have you ever considered including more of a taper (or "drop") on your pieces? It seems that in many pics I see, MJK tops fit guys well in the shoulders and chest, and then blouse out at the waist or hips. (I remember multiple guys selling their heavy winter jackets because of flare at the hips.) I wonder whether a more athletic fit would help to satisfy both the small guys who liked your old XS and the larger guys who couldn't fit into your old stuff. Unless someone has a large gut -- and it doesn't seem many of your customers do -- the zero-taper look doesn't tend to be the most flattering.
     


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    You could charge more for the smaller cuts! (I'd pay it)
     


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    MJK, congrats on your continuing success!

    Have you ever considered including more of a taper (or "drop") on your pieces? It seems that in many pics I see, MJK tops fit guys well in the shoulders and chest, and then blouse out at the waist or hips. (I remember multiple guys selling their heavy winter jackets because of flare at the hips.) I wonder whether a more athletic fit would help to satisfy both the small guys who liked your old XS and the larger guys who couldn't fit into your old stuff. Unless someone has a large gut -- and it doesn't seem many of your customers do -- the zero-taper look doesn't tend to be the most flattering.


    I experience this problem with my bunnyhug which has made me hesitant of this new fit that appears to be even more parachutey.
     


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    Do you have any button-downs in slim extra-small left?
     


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    I experience this problem with my bunnyhug which has made me hesitant of this new fit that appears to be even more parachutey.

    It will actually be more natural this time around. Everything fits slightly looser on top, so you could size down the garment would still fit on top and not be too wide on the bottom. It is more proportional.

    Do you have any button-downs in slim extra-small left?

    No, we are all out.
     


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    Now I don't mean to be annoying since I think I've asked at least once in this thread before, but when are you going to have a full selection of the asymmetrical hoodies available? Awhile back you said around November. [​IMG] Will these have the same cut as the old asymmetrical hoodies?
     


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    Everything fits slightly looser on top, so you could size down the garment would still fit on top and not be too wide on the bottom. It is more proportional.
    That sounds nice. For some reason I thought the new fit was going to be less "athletic" than the old.
     


  13. michaeljkrell

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    Now I don't mean to be annoying since I think I've asked at least once in this thread before, but when are you going to have a full selection of the asymmetrical hoodies available? Awhile back you said around November. [​IMG] Will these have the same cut as the old asymmetrical hoodies?

    We just got the buttons that have been on back order for the last 2 months. I honestly don't know if Colby adjusted the pattern. I don't think so though.

    http://michaeljkrell.com/chambrayws.html

    I checked and you still got this left, true??


    Yes, what size were you looking to get.

    Michael
     


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    Yes, what size were you looking to get.

    Michael


    You mean you don't have all of our sizes memorized?
     


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    I'm getting there :)
     


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