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The English aristocracy favoured dressing their servants slightly incorrectly, in order for them not to be taken for a gentlemen guest, consequently for instance a Butlers informal day attire (in certain periods of time), would consist of a stroller and wing collared shirt with a (long) black tie.The formal day uniform would be morning suit/wing collar and also long black tie!
It's wool, forgot which book, the tie is Cashmere
Do you mean red haired? - then the answer is no, it's brown/white - if you mean red faced, that's part of being an old fart! That is an art installation in the park of the Odrupgaard Art Museum where the Van Gogh/Gaugain/Bernard exhibition is presently showing.
NSM SB, T & A shirt with Budd collar, J. Lobb nubucks
NSM SB, T & A shirt with Budd collar, J. Lobb nubucks
NSM SB, T & A shirt with Budd collar, J. Lobb nubucks
Thanks very much! - I'll be interested in what is it you don't like about my collars - they are detachable, heavy starched and polished at Barkers in Bournemouth, designed by yours truly and cut by Budd of Piccadilly?P.S. I often wear belts - depending on the ensemble
Sorry no time right now - The runner up should do it!
Sorry, thought I already mentioned that I can't do it - so Pingson, please carry on!
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