Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread

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

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  1. rustledjimmies

    rustledjimmies Senior member

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    annnd..already out of the white in my size..oh dear..
     
  2. FrankCowperwood

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    taylorstitch: Congratulations on the partnership with Rancourt. These really are fine shoes, and I feel they are a good value too. For those interested, there's a fairly lively SF Rancourt thread where we talk quite a bit about sizing among other things: http://www.styleforum.net/t/197413/rancourt-co-shoes-made-in-maine/.

    Question: I note that you are offering a full range of widths. Are you stocking these shoes for immediate delivery or are will these be MTO by Rancourt? Really like those green CXL camp mocs. Nice makeup.

    Now keeping my eyes peeled for the TS F/W releases. Once again, any details on what we can expect, however vague, would be read with great interest.
     
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  3. taylorstitch

    taylorstitch Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    Thanks for the kind words Frank. The Rancourt's are in fact MTO. We are now stocking a full size run of the penny loafer and the ranger moc at our store in D width if anyone needs to find their size.

    As for fall. The Yosemite shirt will return mid Oct. We will get khakis and cords out (500 pairs of khakis just burned at the dye house 2 weeks ago). Some amazing new denims and restocks of a couple favorites. We will be evening it out with some brushed cotton, ticking stripe over shirts, true indigo weft oxfords, etc...

    Those green CXL camp mocs are the cat's meow though. Such amazing highs and lows on that shade...

    If you guys are in San Francisco we have a full design your own Rancourt & Co shoes at our store with about 8 base styles to choose from. The main store is down at 383 Valencia Street (between 14th and 15th). If you haven't been I'd recommend stopping next door at Four Barrel for a cup and bringing it on over.
     
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    happy to see blue oxfords in stock and at 10% off....just placed my order and looking forward to trying one of your shirts for the first time.
     
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    We are already making more Rustled Jimmies. Things got a bit out of hand with these!!
     
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    Thanks for the preview. Haven't made my first purchase yet, but looking forward to doing so and it sounds like there will be plenty of opportunities. Are you going to do something similar to the Flatout denim shirt again?
     
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    Yessir. We have more denim shirts in the works soon. An 8 Oz chambray utility shirt. You are sure to see some more overshirt type stuff from us in single and triple needle all throughout the fall/winter.
     
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    I'm just going to put this out there--but the Yosemite shirt was the BEST shirt all fall and winter last year.
     
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    Fantastic. Looking forward to it. And a good chamois shirt is a wonderful thing.
     
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    What is everyones sizing like for these shirts? Bout to place an order for an oxford right now..

    I'm:

    - 38 chest
    - 33-34 sleeve
    - 15.5 neck

    Gonna be either an XS or a S.. any thoughts? I hate dealing with returns, trying to avoid it ;)
     
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    OmniscientCause Senior member

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    38...so small. I have pretty much the same measurements and it is the best fitting shirt I own.

    TS has great customer service...but you should be good first time around.
     
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    Legit. Looking forward to it. I still have not found that perfect fit shirt..
     
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    The best part about it is that i dont have to get it shortened...at 5'8-5'9 it is perfect length for untucked...yet if I do want to tuck it in it stays tucked. First shirt i have bought that is like this.
     
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    Just bought the white Oxford in M. Hoping it works, I wear a 3 in BoO which has a 20.5 chest. Think the M will work?
     

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