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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. bigwhat62

    bigwhat62 Well-Known Member

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    im with you on this. their pants and other items are not consistent in sizing
     
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    Great stuff that y'all put out.

    A question on the shuttle loomed italian selvage denim...are they zip flies or button?
     
  3. Louys

    Louys Senior member

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    I'm surprised the indigo jack made it to sale, great shirt. Though I can't fault anyone for passing up TS's button down collar. It could stand to be a little bigger and have a little roll.
     
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    I dont have those ones...but I have 3 other pairs of jeans from TS and they are all button
     
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    Well either way, I just ordered a black pair for myself. So thoughtful, I know.
     
  6. OmniscientCause

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    Oh I have the black ones they are button fly.
     
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    Has anyone had a tailor take in a maritime shirt jacket? I love the new one but it's a bit large around the wait. I dodn't know if I should just keep it and get the sides taken in because the next size down is sold out. Plus, it fits perfectly in the shoulders.
     
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    Shouldn't be a big deal for any competent tailor.
     
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    Lovin my Pine Project Jacket. In a fit I ordered both the TS workshop jacket and a Gustin army chore coat. TS won by a long shot from fit to design and Gs was quickly sold. If I had to gripe, inside pockets please!
     
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    Agree 100%. If it's going to be button down, might as well have more character.
     
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    I've even had a tailor let out the waist on a 36 by undoing the overlapped side seams.
     
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    Good, thanks. This thing is so comfortable and warm I probably would keep it anyway.
     
  13. wyoming1

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    Has Workshop been killed? No mention on the TS website and a link to the Oxford Stripe campaign is dead.
     
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    They said it would start up again after the new year
     
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    so how far off are the measurement of the moleskin on the site? never bought a pair of ts pants before
     
  16. bigwhat62

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    i didnt compare it to the site. i just compared them to each other
     
  17. sacafotos

    sacafotos Senior member

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    Keep in mind that even Levi's, with all its manufacturing volume and mature operation, allows for up to 10% tolerance in trouser dimensions. That's huge, but the point is many manufactures allow for a tolerance.

    I always try on clothes when I can, even if the measurements are given, because sometimes the geometry can make one area feel tighter than the measurements would indicate.

    Their customer service team is pretty good and the guys are really understanding. Give them a heads up and state your concern.

    Cheers!
     
  18. bigwhat62

    bigwhat62 Well-Known Member

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    Im a long time customer of them and I will continue to buy from them. They do have great customer service and I do give them feedback when sizing seems off for me. Im not trying to bash them in anyway and if I came across that way I didnt mean to
     
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    Can anyone comment on the sizing of the current run of Yosemite shirts?
    Last time around they fit fairly slim with short arms.
    Looking to get like 26" from top arm seam to end of cuff, 23" p2p on a size 42 or 44.
     
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    My size 40 in red is 25.5 in the sleeve and 22.5 pit to pit. It seems slightly tighter in the gut and chest than my other TS shirts, but that may just be the thicker fabric. I also haven't washed it yet and wore it for the first time today.

    You should probably try a 42.
     
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