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Proper Cloth : GQ's "Favorite Online Custom Shirtmaker"

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hellodocks, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. Daniel Belzil

    Daniel Belzil Member

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    I just bought my first test shirt with Proper Cloth. It bunched up around the neck slightly. I took it in to get re-measured, now it's aces. I think I will definitely buy more. Good selection of fabrics from all over. Endless possibilities . . .

    Here is my referral link in case anyone else wants to give them a try: http://propercloth.com/i/c5uhcy
    I think it gives a $30 discount, but don't quote me on that.

    Best
     
  2. crinklecut

    crinklecut Well-Known Member

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    They need better, less expensive staples. They don't even have a light blue broadcloth, for example. And there's no way I'm paying $150 for oxford cloth, I don't care who made it.
     
  3. gopherblue

    gopherblue Well-Known Member

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    Am I missing something? I don't see the value proposition of this compared to Geneva or CEGO.
     
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  4. Daniel Belzil

    Daniel Belzil Member

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    I would agree with you, only both of those are in NYC.
     

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