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Original Stitch has launched its online platform, so now customers can order bespoke shirts from home or their mobile device. The SF-based startup offers 200 high-quality fabric options, 14 different collar and cuffs patterns, 10 button selections, and multiple monogram styles making for a grand total of 176 trillion possible combinations.
All shirts are made in Japan, and the site's community of users and helpers include stylists that recommend styles and consult on fit once the product arrives. Shirts begins at $75, and, in honor of the launch, the brand is offering $20 off and free worldwide shipping for first-time purchases. Every shirt is made to order, so start now if you want to receive it in time for Father's Day.
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