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post #271 of 681
Looking to order some shirts soon. I would like to create one to wear more casually and untucked. What would be the best shirt bottom to select from the options of: round, straight, cut, straight cut - I was thinking "cut" as I'm not really a fan of the straight bottoms? Also what would be a good shirt length - shirt to end around the top of the rear pants pockets? Thanks.
post #272 of 681
On the cut buttom there is a small piece of fabric that joins the front and back of the shirt. You could have this made in a contrasting color to add a little flair.
post #273 of 681
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On the cut buttom there is a small piece of fabric that joins the front and back of the shirt. You could have this made in a contrasting color to add a little flair.

It's called a gusset.
post #274 of 681
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Originally Posted by moderntailoremma View Post
We're announcing several promotions soon
We're just waiting to finish the final inventory of all our fabrics. We added a bunch more... we're going up to 1000 fabrics... now with Sea Island... which is high quality.

Btw, our thick MOP buttons for dress shirts have arrived and we'll put them up on our website soon. These thick MOP buttons are unbranded.

Thanks.

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ModernTailor Dress Shirts

What line are the Thomas Mason fabrics from?
post #275 of 681
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What line are the Thomas Mason fabrics from?

We're coordinating with our supplier from UK re: Thomas Mason, I hope we get a response today.

Btw, We now have thick unbranded MOP buttons on our website. We just updated it.

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post #276 of 681
Awesome about the buttons.

If it is Thomas Mason Silverline, I don't understand the pricing. $169.99 + $5 for split yoke + $2 for MOP buttons + $10 for shipping = $186.99. Most Silverline at mytailor will end up being about $136 shipped. $50 more expensive? I'll pass.

On the other hand, I don't recognize much of it from any Silverline book I've seen. Will be interesting to see what they say.
post #277 of 681
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Awesome about the buttons.

If it is Thomas Mason Silverline, I don't understand the pricing. $169.99 + $5 for split yoke + $2 for MOP buttons + $10 for shipping = $186.99. Most Silverline at mytailor will end up being about $136 shipped. $50 more expensive? I'll pass.

On the other hand, I don't recognize much of it from any Silverline book I've seen. Will be interesting to see what they say.

This is probably because imports are cheaper in Hong Kong than elsewhere?
post #278 of 681
MT are based in China....
post #279 of 681
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MT are based in China....

He's talking about mt...
post #280 of 681
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Originally Posted by username79 View Post
Awesome about the buttons.

If it is Thomas Mason Silverline, I don't understand the pricing. $169.99 + $5 for split yoke + $2 for MOP buttons + $10 for shipping = $186.99. Most Silverline at mytailor will end up being about $136 shipped. $50 more expensive? I'll pass.

On the other hand, I don't recognize much of it from any Silverline book I've seen. Will be interesting to see what they say.

Our fabrics r goldline not silverline.

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post #281 of 681
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Originally Posted by username79 View Post
Awesome about the buttons.

If it is Thomas Mason Silverline, I don't understand the pricing. $169.99 + $5 for split yoke + $2 for MOP buttons + $10 for shipping = $186.99. Most Silverline at mytailor will end up being about $136 shipped. $50 more expensive? I'll pass.

On the other hand, I don't recognize much of it from any Silverline book I've seen. Will be interesting to see what they say.

Our fabrics r goldline not silverline.


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ModernTailor Dress Shirts
post #282 of 681
I found this online, FWIW:


Goldline Shirtings

The THOMAS MASON Goldline is a collection of 2/140 yarn, which is among the finest custom shirtings currently available.
These fabrics are made in the old English way, and quality is paramount. The Goldline range in 2/140 utilizes the finest of long staple Egyptian Giza cottons, which are spun in Switzerland. The closest controls at all levels, and the special finishing methods which have been developed for the qualities, all ensure a fabric which is quite unique in appearance, handle and performance.
The Goldline qualities variously explore the subtleties possible through 2/140 yarn, and the design direction encompasses the timeless elements of refined classicism.

Silverline Shirtings

The THOMAS MASON Silverline is a collection of 2/100s yarns with a heavier feel, but the same boldness you have become accustomed to with the Goldline.
post #283 of 681
Thomas Mason
Silver 100/2
Gold 120/2-140/2
post #284 of 681
I wish they also offered the silverline. I don't need the extravagance of a 140s fabric any more than I do a 100s.
post #285 of 681
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