Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by taylorstitch, Jun 7, 2012.
Hey, what is the price range on your custom shirts?
Shit, just checked the online store and this stuff looks promising. In particular, I'm interested in the black 13 oz kurabos; can anyone comment on the feel and quality of it (stiff?)? Also, I know there was a code last week but there any chance for another code anytime soon
Any more information about the unconstructed blazers? I'm really looking forward to those.
I have the 13 oz black Kurabos and they are actually quite soft after being broken in. Very comfortable denim.
Nice, thanks for the input. Does Taylor stitch offer any hemming services with their jeans? I haven't found any info on their website.
I believe they do in store
I wouldn't worry about it too much. Raw denim will stretch in the waist a lot no matter how much you size down. I suggest wearing a belt if you don't want it to stretch. And washing it will usually return it back to the original waist. Most important in my opinion is getting the thighs right since they won't stretch a lot.
I usually wear 33 waist pants and got the 31 nisshimbo (32.5" waist) and they fit great.
Custom shirts are on average $150 to $250. We do have a book of fabrics from Testa that are $350 as well. All handmade by L. Gambert Shirtmakers out of NJ.
The black Kurabo fabric is on the softer side of a raw denim. Not really starchy at all. If you like things to soften even more give em a soak before you start wearing them.
They will be released on Wednesday. Speckled Japanese heavy cotton fabric in a light grey and navy blue. Stay tuned...
We have finally got our unstructured blazer together. If you want to take a run at winning one we are running a facebook giveaway from now until tomorrow evening at 6 PM PST. A good place to get more information about the brand and we really wanted to just show you guys a peak at what it is.
Hope you enjoy it.
The Fellas at TS
Article on rawrdenim.com about Taylor Stitch:
Great looking denim guys!
Dark charcoal on left looks sick.
The Telegraph Jacket is up.
Code to get 10% off now through the end of the day tomorrow is TELEGRAPHHILL.
As always, let us know if we can help with anything at all.
For the jacket, do you recommend ordering in your normal shirt size or going up one size?
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