The Official Temple of Jawnz Thread

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  1. ryannn

    ryannn Senior member

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    I was wondering are you still making another run of Varsities, and do you think there is Maroon melton?

    yes and yes

    He said that on the 30th, so I guess it was almost a week ago.
     


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    Thanks a lot!
    This thread is moving as fast as the one on SuFu [​IMG] . I come here for my TOJ fix cause the one over there is too much for me to follow.
     


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    The shirts look great. Is it possible to pick them up in person?

    Also, do you have a seperate prices in won for pick ups?

    Thanks.
     


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    The shirts look great. Is it possible to pick them up in person?

    Also, do you have a seperate prices in won for pick ups?

    Thanks.


    yes and yes, they'll be ready in a week so hit me up then.

    First run: black oxford
    Second run: ?
    Third run: ?

    choose some colors, we have a bunch. Red oxford will happen but we are not sure when, that black oxford in the sample comes from a great series of heavy oxfords that has a really dark rich blood red oxford that doesn't look so weak that it could be mistaken for pink, while remaining oxford. Not sure where red will come in the order though, I like white and white-based striped oxfords a lot too....
     


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    so first run will be black not grey?
     


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    white and light navy. how high are the armholes? the first pic doesn't work for me
     


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    so first run will be black not grey?

    the prototype is a black oxford. I want a blue oxford for sure
     


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    that black oxford in the sample comes from a great series of heavy oxfords that has a really dark rich blood red oxford that doesn't look so weak that it could be mistaken for pink, while remaining oxford.
    This sounds great, any chance of a swatch pic? I think you should do the basics for the first few runs: black, white, blue, red [​IMG]
    so first run will be black not grey?
    Heh. I have a feeling this is going to come up again and again, so much so that I tried to preempt it on the unofficial product page. Anyway: Oxford cloth is usually made up of a colored warp and white weft interwoven together, which produces an intermediate shade. So "black oxford" looks gray (black+white), "red oxford" looks pink (red+white), etc. This also means regular oxfords will never be darker in shade than about the gray seen in the sample pic, since it always involves some amount of white. Overdyed oxfords on the other hand have their warp and weft threads dyed to the same color, and so can be pretty much any color you want (including solid black). [​IMG]
     


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    btw Biscotti and wmmk; sorry to air out pm's, but I'm not interested in taking custom orders for shirting using your fabrics; I just don't have the time and I'm trying to tighten my output to 'my' stuff, so apologies for that.
     


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    Burgundy and navy shirts asap please. Altho maybe burgundy would look better as an overdye.

    Also, would it be possible to get a shirt without the pocket, or would that need MTM? The placket detail is nice and I love the cuffs, but I prefer my shirts without a pocket.
     


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    it'd have to be MTM, but that might be the limit of my MTM options as well. Not gonna change fabrics or change design details like the combo placket for individual MTMs, it's just gonna chug along, extra stuff (even just deletion mods) slows down everything tremendously. You could also take a seam ripper to the pocket on a new shirt, wash and press it (should get rid of the holes, since oxford is a loose woven fabric inherently), and have a pocketless shirt that way.
     


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    BTW, a lot of TOJ samples and stuff coming up very soon, I need to clean my closet out, its getting ridiculous and I'm sitting on all that lost money that I'd like to free up, maybe get another run of shirts paid for, partly at least.
     


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    Disregard that.
     


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