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Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread

taylorstitch

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Hey Guys - It's fabric voting time again. We want to hit up our community and bring you guys to table to let us know what you think of our products coming down the pike!

Here's a couple surveys regarding all our Q1 '20 products.

Shirts >> https://go.makersights.com/Nh2eoXD6
Outerwear, Footwear and Bottoms >> https://go.makersights.com/72tKIG2O

Feel free to start some banter here as well and let us know what you think about the upcoming product.
 

NorthCoast

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Thanks man. Grabbed a shirt.
 

BDKA

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Hey Guys - It's fabric voting time again. We want to hit up our community and bring you guys to table to let us know what you think of our products coming down the pike!

Here's a couple surveys regarding all our Q1 '20 products.

Shirts >> https://go.makersights.com/Nh2eoXD6
Outerwear, Footwear and Bottoms >> https://go.makersights.com/72tKIG2O

Feel free to start some banter here as well and let us know what you think about the upcoming product.
Thanks as ever for being so communicative with your customers.

My honest assessment; I’m very excited about half of what I saw, and meh about the rest. The meh is for what I’d call the ‘fallback position’ items, mainly slight tweaks on solid but uninspiring standards in greys & blues. I don’t feel I ever need any more of these.

What I loved was the playfulness of some of the materials. The gorgeous imperfections of some of those shirts, slubs & hemps etc, that make them unique & characterful. This is a strong suit of yours, the sourcing of interesting fabrics. The sateen pants, yes. The Herringbone Ojai, my god... take my money already! I

I also really liked The California in Caramel Plaid - occasionally you veer into LL Bean territory, and it can get a bit meh, but this appears to be just right. Corridor did a few like this last season I really liked, classic outdoorsy but with a modern cut & with the autumnal tones that are really in rn, and I think you’ve done it well here.

Anyway I hope this is taken in the spirit it was intended, appreciative but honest. Can’t wait to see what you out out, and no-doubt i’ll be buying a whole lot of it.
 

NorthCoast

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Whats the brown shirt in the Fall 19? I want that.

I'd like to see more non button down collars.
 

TheGivingSpoon

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@taylorstitch The gunclub shirt is the standout for me - I'm not huge on your collars but that fabric could swing it for me.

A lot of the outerwear has awesome base material - but what are in my humble opinion, incoherent details, throw it off for me. Navy cord jacket is an example - the waxed trim seems out of place, disrupts the theme/character of the rest of the jacket. It's possible studio lighting makes it brighter than reality, so take my comment with a grain of salt. Striped hoodie was a similar story - off white leather reinforcements would have fit better, to my eye.

Odd details have been a feature of your outerwear collections for a while - it's kept me away but it might be a huge selling point for you with most of your customers. I'm not sure which opinion is a larger market - but that may not be what matters to you!
 

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Of the new looks I'm a big fan of the cotton/linen blended jackets and pants but would love them in more tans if they're only being done in neutral colors -- have so much navies and olives in my wardrobe.

Also curious: I love the Ojai jacket, a tan/khaki colored waxed cotton version would be an instant buy, grail jacket for me. Any chance it could be make in the future? Also I'm rather tall but it seems like y'all don't make any tall sizes do you?
 

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Are y'all have shipping issues? I ordered items on Sept 1 and still haven't received them.
 

UrbanComposition

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I honestly only found this thread because of @FrankCowperwood recommending it and your Labor Day Wear article
Their chamois shirts (the Yosemite shirts in solid colors) are incredibly underrated. Super soft brushed twill, so fairly abrasion resistant but crazy soft. Also their Ojai jacket is kinda shop jacket-y and wearable with everything, and the olive one in wool is incredibly comfy.
 

FrankCowperwood

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I honestly only found this thread because of @FrankCowperwood recommending it and your Labor Day Wear article
Their chamois shirts (the Yosemite shirts in solid colors) are incredibly underrated. Super soft brushed twill, so fairly abrasion resistant but crazy soft. Also their Ojai jacket is kinda shop jacket-y and wearable with everything, and the olive one in wool is incredibly comfy.
I have worn and enjoyed those Yosemite shirts. Took me back to the LL Bean days! :-D
 

TheloniusDrunk

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Their chamois shirts (the Yosemite shirts in solid colors) are incredibly underrated. Super soft brushed twill, so fairly abrasion resistant but crazy soft. Also their Ojai jacket is kinda shop jacket-y and wearable with everything, and the olive one in wool is incredibly comfy.
The Ojai jacket in a long cut and a nice camel color in waxed cotton is a grail item for me. Unfortunately it doesn't seem like they make long cuts, nor a waxed cotton version
 

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