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I don't think it's down to quality of shirts at all. I stretch the collar straight and flat when I hang it up to dry and have been fine with all types of shirt.  If you're tumble-drying, well that's a different matter!
Now you're a person who has a pair of Church's as their everyday pair.  You therefore look like a serious player, as opposed to someone who saved up for months for them and has a small pedestal they put their shoes on every night before worshipping them.   I'm now going to go and do the same to mine.  Maybe we can nod knowingly if we pass each other in the street.   Lucan   PS. being slightly more serious, I'd just accept it as a bit of character, they really...
[[SPOILER]] Call Me Sebastian!   (Sorry, UK political satire for anyone wondering what the hell I'm on about)
[[SPOILER]]   This is one of my favourite looks I've seen, a single (albeit bold) piece of modernity on an otherwise very traditional outfit.  Are you going to wear it in court: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19595217
Thomas Pink make shirts in Ivory or Neutral: http://www.thomaspink.com/slimfit_shirts/mens/fcp-category/list#filters=MASTER_COLOUR!neutral&productsPerPage=20
Who is Kent Want? http://www.ebay.com/itm/MENSWEAR-ESSENTIAL-Navy-Blue-Grenadine-Garza-Grossa-Kent-Want-Silk-Tie-NR-STAPLE-/180968678950?pt=US_Mens_Ties&hash=item2a2292e626  
  Is that the standard spread, or a special for a customer?  If a special, is there a way to reference it on an order?
  Think this would look better with a suit: http://www.goldsmiths.co.uk/product/raymond-weil-tradition-gents-automatic-watch-2837stc00659   If I were you, I'd consider getting this watch to wear with a suit, and then buy cheaper watches for casual wear.  You can then maybe have a few cheaper watches which go with different colours and types of casual outfit, and be happy that this watch looks spot on with a suit, and you wouldn't have to wear your 'good' watch on any...
I prefer the look of black with grey suits personally, but will occasionally wear brown for a bit of variety. With dark blue suits, I prefer the look of brown, but will wear black for a bit of variety. This, however, is based on the fact I'm not in the city.  I work at a firm of consultants in a small town who mostly wear jeans and I just wear suits for pleasure, not because the rules say I must.   I voted Yes - but not CBD.  If you want to look smart, black will...
It was a public holiday here in the UK yesterday, so they may still be catching up.   That number's definitely not a Manchester number.  The correct number is 0161 736 4450, so drop the zero and add 44 at the front for the UK.  The company name is Sweeney's Outerwear, I just dialled and they answered. Cheers Edward
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