Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by taylorstitch, Jun 7, 2012.

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    You should see no/minimal shrinkage. We prewash and dry all of our fabric then put it back on the roll before we cut it so to reduce this as much as we possibly can. That being said we recommend tumble drying it on low heat or hang drying and washing cold. Best practice for any garment though.
     


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    What shirt did you get Spencer? Every once in a while something will slip by QC. Happy to replace it or cover your laundering cost. Please just let us know!
     


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    No need to dry clean if you don't want. Machine wash cold and hang dry or tumble dry low are perfectly fine.
     


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    They are a bit shorter on the railroad stripes and down to normal sleeve length on the black denim. They were both done in different cuts and we saw samples at different times.
     


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    Very tempted on the flatout triple needle. If I take a 42 in the casual shirts and would like to wear the flatout over a tshirt, should I size up to the 44 or stay at the 42?
     


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    Cool. Confusing because the black denim still has the old pics, which look long of course.

    Are you making a blue denim version of the utility shirt with regular arm lengths??
     


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    Personally I found the 44 in the utility shirt to be way too big and stayed with the 42.
     


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    I've never been able to purchase a TS shirt that I wanted, even when attempting to jump on it the day it's released. I get the whole limited runs thing but it's still kind of frustrating.

    (And yes, I'm on the email list).
     
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    cheers meso, thanks for the advice.
    TS + Alden + Whites (looking in the sig) = some good steez [​IMG]
     


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    I personally would stay at the 42. I'm a true 40 and I go 40 all the way through.
     


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    If we find more of some lighter weight denim we like. Perpetually on the hunt. Cone doesn't run stuff that light stock. We do have an 7-8 ounce mid blue chambray coming down the pipe.
     


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    Understood. We are trying to make more and more of the styles. We had purchased this fabric a long time ago and have been waiting to use it. Clearly didn't buy enough of it. I think these shirts will be coming back again so please stay tuned.
     


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    Made my first TS purchase, and one for the wife as well. Will thank you all in advance for your return policy as I did buy a 40 and 42 of the black utility shirt with the idea of finding the right size. Appreciate that you make shopping by mail easy for me.
     


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    Thanks so much for the kind words. I hope that one fits like a glove.
     


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    No worries man, I am sure the stain will come out. FWIW, it was a French Blue Chambray in 40.
     
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