Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by spiermackay, Mar 14, 2014.
Out of the factory on it's way to us. Flip to you ASAP.
Those are nice! Want to confirm the tweaks we made to the 5 shirts I have coming work out for me first.
If so I think I'll add a nice thin stripe with a full spread
I'm planning to get a couple of shirts for work and will use the measurement when from Indochino. I was wondering if there is any alteration credit in case my MTM need some alteration.
If you come in store and are measured by us, it's on us to get you a well fitting shirt. If the fit is unwearable or just looks bad, we'll remake it at no charge.
Online orders, for first time customers, we don't offer alteration credits, but we do offer a one time first shirt remake for 50% Off the price you originally paid. Mind you, our bundled prices brings custom down as low as $59 CAD, so a remake can be as little as $30. If you need any help you can email customer service or send me a DM.
How far can that offer extend back Rick? I actually don't find myself wearing my first shirt that much. Got the blue flannel and made some changes to my following shirts. Would love to get that one remade but never really thought about it.
Was planning to get a bundle of Thomas Mason Goldline 140s. I will wait until there's downtown location then as Mississauga is too far for me to travel there.
Rick, please offer more full spread collars in OTR shirts! And in more staple colors - the full spreads you offer mostly aren't appropriate for conservative business attire.
With our new line of Madras shirts set to roll out in early May, I just wanted to take a moment to reiterate the inherent value that we offer.
We will be selling our Madras OTR for $48 CAD (approx. $38 USD). We just found the same shirt at Sid Mashburn, very reputable menswear store in Atlanta, for $145 USD. http://www.sidmashburn.com/shop/spo...ras-sid-mashburn-button-down-sport-shirt.html
I say the same, because there are only a handful of Madras cotton fabric producers left in India. All work together as a small "cottage industry" producing the same/similar cloth. So with very high degree of certainty, we can say it's the same cloth. Not to mention, all the details and quality remains. The only real difference we can spot it the buttons are 0.5 mm thicker.
Done. I'll plan for a group in the next refresh. What colours are you looking for?
Solid white and light blue to start, maybe some light blue with stripes, white tattersal or windowpane. You already have similar styles but with semi spread collar.
That is a fantastic looking shirt!
Will the Madras fabrics be making it to the MTM program? I really would love a few but OTR doesn't quite work for me. (well maybe, but I still need to try the slim 16, shoulder will probably be too wide though)
Yes they will. The cloth will be up next week. 6 designs.
@spiermackay Rick, i'm looking at your summer cotton chinos, and wondering if there are any pictures of them being worn anywhere? I'm looking for a cotton pant that I can wear to work with partially unstructured sport coats. Do you think these would fit the bill, or would they be too casual?
Perfect! Will be finding 3 shirts to make for sure. I am guessing $79 and can be bundled based on the OTR price. Still also hoping for some summer color oxford cloths too, mint, pink, lavendar etc.
I posted about a possible remake of my first shirt yesterday, maybe I will PM you about it to see if that is something I can do too.
Will the new madras shirts also have the same collar as the new OCBD?
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