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Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread

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

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  1. taylorstitch

    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    It's on the lighter side and insanely soft.
     
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    Is it easy for a tailor to alter the waist? I'm in between a 31 and 32.
     
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    Just ordered the summer chinos in Navy. Can't wait to get em!
     
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    I picked up a pair of the olive green corduroy pants at the Valencia St. Store on Monday and wore them for the first time today. I've got to say that I love them - they're now one of the best fitting pairs of pants I own; fitted, but not tight. The long inseam is great for the nice chunky cuffs that I like on corduroy pants.

    I may get a second pair of the olive green, and If you ever make them in dark brown, navy, or black I'd be all over that.
     
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    I'm interested in picking up a pair of the Rancourt ranger mocs MTO for Taylor Stitch any advise on sizing? I see what they say on the site, but I'm also interested in the width as I'm sure they will stretch.
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Yep. Very easy for the tailor.
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    We will definitely be coming out with more cords in some different colors come Autumn. Glad you are loving them and stay tuned!
     
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    I picked up the last flannel lined denim project jacket and it is glorious. I had to call the store because the website wasn't working and the customer service was great. Shout out to Steven for taking the time to see if they had one left in the store.
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Gents,

    It's that time of the week again. A slew of new products and some restocked indigo knits.

    Use the code ALLGOODTHINGS from now until the end of the day tomorrow to get yourself stocked up.

    As always, let us know if we can help out with anything at all.

    Take good care,
    The fellas @ TS
     
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    I will be out in SF in two weeks and can't wait to come by the store. I look forward to checking it out and hopefully getting measured for some custom shirts.
     
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    If I am around a 39-40 inch around the fullest part of my chest, should I go for the medium or large in the Indigo Polo and Tee? I'm about 6'1" and 185lbs and short of 18 inch shoulders.
     
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    Wearing my sun bleached sweatshirt today and decided to pick up a polo to match, looking forward to it!
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    At 185, I would say go for the 42. You can always order a 40 and 42 and return one, but I still say a 42 would do you solid. Thanks for asking!
     
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    I weigh about 180lbs, 40" chest and the Medium Taylor Stitch shirts fit me well.
     
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    Thanks for the help. Looking forward to receiving them both.
     
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    lets talk about women wear
     
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    This weeks release looks very promising.
     
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    Unstructured suit in Italian Denim: I can't believe this is happening.
     
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    taylorstitch Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Go with the 40 I'd say.
     
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    Anticipating my name being called for this weeks give away...
     

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