taylorstitch Now that you're all settled in with some egg nog and your presents we'd like to wish all you guys a great rest of your day from the west coast. 3d

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taylorstitch Happy California Christmas y'all! We put together a couple playlists to keep your day rockin'. Hit the link in our profile or head to bit.ly/coolyulesongs 3d

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taylorstitch Weekly Wordsmith: Anne Frank.
One of the most valuable gifts you can give this season is your time.
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taylorstitch We'll make sure we get it under the tree for ya. Just select the FREE 2 DAY SHIPPING option at checkout. 6d

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taylorstitch Don't worry guys. Still got a bit of time to get your last licks... 1w

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taylorstitch Last minute, easy paper presents from all of our friends just hit the site today. We are incredibly proud to see our friends creative endeavors come to life. Clockwise from top left we have @collectivequarterly, @facultydept by @justinchung and @publicsupply. Really great to see these out in the world. 1w

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taylorstitch Congrats to @chromeyellowtradingco for celebrating their one year anniversary down in ATL! Swing by their holiday pop up at 1100 Howell Mill Road to get some holiday goodies. 2w

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taylorstitch We called upon our ladies to scour the Internet to find some favorites. This should make your last minute life a bit easier, fellas. Link's in the profile or head to bit.ly/tsladygift 2w

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taylorstitch It's amazing how a storm can change the way the valley looks. Awesome shot from @kylefrost on a casual day trip to Yosemite last Sunday to hike Glacier Point. #theoutbound #skipthecrowds 2w

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taylorstitch We wish you a... and a happy first day of Chanukah! Use the code COZYXMAS for 10% off today only. Hit the link in the profile or head to bit.ly/cozyxmas to get heather grey and indigo softness for the holidays. 2w

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taylorstitch Weekly Wordsmith: Samuel Beckett 2w

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taylorstitch Standard issue belts and chinos are back in stock. 10% off today only using the code PANTSUP. Get to it. 2w

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taylorstitch We love some good ole fashioned patina. Here's the difference between our brand new natural veggie tanned belt and one that's seen over 2 years of daily wear. One of our awesome customers brought it by @westcoastcraft this past weekend. 3w

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taylorstitch We got in the holiday spirit with our flowery friends from @bloomthat this year and dressed up a succulent for the season. Send some love to someone by downloading there app and get them some #fastflowers. P.S. Succulents are really easy to take care of and will last forever with just a bit of water. 3w

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taylorstitch The Maritime Shirt Jacket in 16 Oz. Italian Melton Wool. We worked to develop a wool that is every bit as dense as it is soft. The result is this guy right here. Use the code LANDLUBBER for 10% off today only. Available in Navy and Ash at bit.ly/maritimeshirt or hit the link in our profile. 3w

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taylorstitch Paper To Product: The Maritime Shirt Jacket.
The 16 oz. Italian Melton Wool will cut the wind while being incredibly soft this winter and pretty much every one after this.
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  •   hanxor @dakfu dammmmmmmmmmmn. A must have. 3w
  •   jmhoracek I was excited until I found out it was made in Portugal. TS has been a stand-by for American made clothing; now I actually have to check to see if things are imported. Bummer. 3w
  •   taylorstitch Hey @jmhoracek. We totally understand your concern and dedication. We do make most of our products in America. It's really about quality though. Portugal is one of the best places to sew shirts in the world. We are using a small family owned factory that's been around for 50 years. We are incredibly transparent about it and are happier with the quality of certain shirts we are sewing there because they have the technology and skills to do so. Happy to answer any more of your concerns about why we chose to do this and we hope this dispels some of the myths about having things made with European craftsmanship. 3w
  •   jmhoracek Thanks for commenting back @taylorstitch...I'm sure the quality of the product is beyond reproach and I don't question the transparency, I'm just a big believer that the resurgence of American manufacturing, particularly as it's being done by small businesses and "makers" in the textile industry, could become a catalyst to once again make the "made in USA" concept fashionable, pun intended, thereby acting as a possible driver or model for a similar paradigm shift in other economic sectors. Obviously a long way to go, as most people are still content buying poorly made products produced in Asia or central and South America, and to be sure, there are plenty of American made products in the textile industry that are constructed of imported fabric, but I think the movement back to manufacturing in the states is gaining more and more traction. Bringing the concept of small businesses with domestic or local production who place an emphasis on quality into the mainstream could help revitalize the middle class in this country. But I'm not an economist and I could be completely wrong. 3w
  •   taylorstitch Here's the main issue @jmhoracek. In many cases just because it is MUSA doesn't necessarily mean it is of the highest quality. That's the hope and there are a lot of times it is true. We don't disagree with your thoughts and try to create as many jobs and products as possible here. When we see an opportunity to make a product that our end user is going to get a longer life out of and enjoy the way we intend for them to beat it up we don't want to compromise that. We hope this gives a bit of clarity to the situation and we do appreciate your candor and thoughtfulness. 3w
  •   jmhoracek Totally understand...all in all, it's a relatively minor quibble and it certainly won't stop me from supporting you and buying products from you. I can certainly appreciate the quest for quality of the utmost, @taylorstitch! 3w
  •   brettwhere @taylorstitch I'm extremely disappointed by the surge of imported goods you guys are now selling. I have to agree with @jmhoracek . Many would argue that Italian produced garments are higher quality than American made products. Should you, then, import everything from Italy. I would much rather support a company that is dedicated to American manufacturing, like I thought you as a company were. 3w
  •   brettwhere @taylorstitch @jmhoracek I also think that there are a lot of company's that, rather than assuming one producer is making this product better and then buying from, they'd stick to their values as a 'Made in USA' brand that would just instead strive to make the best quality product they themselves can produce. 3w

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taylorstitch Weekly Wordsmith: It's Monday, make the most of it! 3w

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taylorstitch Ole red on a gray morning. 3w

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taylorstitch Come join us got @westcoastcraft tomorrow and Sunday at the Herbst Pavilion from 10-6 both days. Lotsa awesome companies and you will be able to get all your holiday shopping done in one fell swoop! 3w

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taylorstitch Great shot from @oddsome packing up after a few nights in Big Sur. Don't worry. We will be restocking that Yosemite shirt he is wearing as soon as possible... 3w

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