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Regarding the stock or default settings for the Pima heavy OCBD, is it possible on the website to make the collar points a smidge longer for a bit more roll?

thanks
 

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Regarding the stock or default settings for the Pima heavy OCBD, is it possible on the website to make the collar points a smidge longer for a bit more roll?

thanks
We're not doing fabric specific adjustments to collar styles - and I don't see us adding anything like that since it would get complicated fast. But if you want longer collar points for more roll, there is probably an alternative collar style you could switch to that is slightly larger. I'm not sure what you're starting from, but perhaps one of the Roma collars is what you're after.
 

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Not a flannel guy, but this is awfully tempting.



Love the colours and I feel cozy just looking at it.
 

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My Lafayette Slate Brushed Cotton Jacket just arrived and, while, not cheap, is a great choice.
Really nice shade and great matte finish to the cotton twill that suit the dull nickel snaps. Lined and comfortable for a walk in 40 degree weather. Large size is long enough in arms and body for my 6'2" frame and collar is generous enough to frame the face when flipped up.. Smart fabric, and cut mean that I can see a scale of formality of use from white tee and jeans, to chinos, OCBD, and knit tie.
 

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Hi everyone! After a few remakes, I finally dialed in a decent size in a linen fabric. I then moved on to a twill fabric and even increased some of the dimensions. I just got the twill shirt and it's much tighter despite this. Borderline unweraable. Is this a known issue when going from linen to twill? Thanks.
 

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Hi everyone! After a few remakes, I finally dialed in a decent size in a linen fabric. I then moved on to a twill fabric and even increased some of the dimensions. I just got the twill shirt and it's much tighter despite this. Borderline unweraable. Is this a known issue when going from linen to twill? Thanks.
I’ve never seen a case that extreme—although I did have a linen shirt I ended up sending back because it didn’t shrink the expected amount and stayed too big for me. Customer service went above and beyond, and offered me a remake in a different fabric. Give them a shout.
 

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Proper Cloth Beacon Flannel coming in HOT!



Just got it in today. I think I dialed down the casual fit. Made the sleeve width 1/4" in smaller and the length of the shirt shorter by 2".

This is with this fabric is that it is thinner than I anticipated but I think it's a great layering piece and it's versatile and SUPER soft.
 

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Proper Cloth Beacon Flannel coming in HOT!



Just got it in today. I think I dialed down the casual fit. Made the sleeve width 1/4" in smaller and the length of the shirt shorter by 2".

This is with this fabric is that it is thinner than I anticipated but I think it's a great layering piece and it's versatile and SUPER soft.
It looks so comfy. I’m waiting for a flannel shirt with those flap pockets, too. It’s a great look.
 

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The Japanese low-twist fabrics are great. I got the blue & green one posted above last year, and am considering others this year. Gitman regularly uses these fabrics, & I've seen them in a few other places (and everybody annoying claims that its an "exclusive' fabric), but the Proper Cloth price is about 60% of what the Gitman will set you back.
 

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@Seph Kudos on your last few features. You won me over back in 2013 with Here Is New York and Soft Collars and Coffee. After that your products kept getting better but I wasn't feeling the stories you were telling. Which didn't stop me from only ever wearing PC shirts even now. But these last couple cinematic features blew my mind. I almost wept watching Jackson. And Cedar Lake is like Hitchcock directing Ozark.

Anyway. Thanks.
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