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I believe there are parts of the US where one can wear an ivory DJ, but not the northeast. I think it's okay below the Mason-Dixon Line after Memorial Day.
What is a peak collar? It looks like you have a wide spread collar. You want to re-cut it to a cutaway? Where will you put the collar stays? You'd be much better off just buying some shirts with cutaway collars.
Quote: Originally Posted by needshoehelp Forward pleats are okay, but they are less flattering and flare out more. When they don't fit well, flared forward pleats look worse than flared reverse pleats. When they a properly fitted, I find that forward pleats are more flattering and more effective. But that's just my experience.
Quote: Originally Posted by Contango Does anyone except public servants wear plain white shirts without French cuffs? A white button cuff shirt is the most recommended shirt for interviews in America.
Quote: Originally Posted by mafoofan Where the heck are all you people finding trousers with single forward pleats? I can hardly even fathom what that would look like. I have some from Turnbull & Asser and Hackett. They can be found from other English shops.
Quote: Originally Posted by GoldenTribe I generally dislike pleats, but now you've got me curious what the difference is between all of these things. What's a "scissor pleat"? Can we have a photo guide? All the styles are here: http://www.mytailor.com/BrowseSlacks.aspx Pleats turned out are reverse pleats. Pleats turned in are forward pleats.
Just in case anyone is confused, forward pleats open toward the fly and reverse pleats open away. Reverse pleats are the standard type of pleat in America and Italy, and have become more common in Britain as well.
A solid white french cuff shirt is something that every man needs.
Quote: Originally Posted by MetroStyles Who is Vahram? He runs Mr. Ned.
Quote: Originally Posted by sartorialexecutive What should I be selecting? I see no options for selection. Poll is up now.
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