Launched just last year, Taylor Stitch focuses on getting men into shirts that fit both in the cut and in the wallet. Both which we appreciate. Starting with made to measure shirts, Taylor Stitch uses 14 measurements to build their custom shirts. That 44mm watch that never fits under your cuff? Put it in the measurements, Taylor Stitch will take it into account.
With a newly updated website and an “off-the-shelf” shirt line that actually fits with none of the dreaded flying squirrel look, it’s worth taking a look. If not for anything than the limited edition 4th of July Shirt ($165). Like all Taylor Stitch shirts its single-needle stitched stateside in San Francisco from Japanese milled yarn dyed seersucker. Patterned here in Independence Day red, white, and blue gingham. The shirt also utilizes environmentally sustainable corozo buttons from the Tagua Nut (FYI: Corozo is commonly called “vegetable ivory”…high praise). Taylor Stitch has made only 25 of these shirts, and when they’re gone, that’s it. Just like our declaration of independence from the kingdom.
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