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Steven Alan, Hidden Button - Gingham XS

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This is a a great Steven Alan Hidden Button Shirt. Pattern is tight purple gingham checks. Worn once.

Size, XS (Though, SA shirts run pretty big so this fits like a s/m)
Price, $60 (PM me for Google/Paypal invoice)

This shirt is great if you have a job and want clients to think, "Holy crap. This guy has a pretty nice shirt". Note: this is not a "Reverse Seam" Steven Alan shirt with the fucked-up placket and french tail or whatever... Just a classy button-up that gives girls girl-boners (and dudes too if you fancy that).

Sleave (shoulder to cuff) 25.5"
Shoulder 17.5"
Armpit to Arpit 20"
Length (bottom of collar to hem) 29"




post #2 of 13
Measurements?
post #3 of 13
Thread Starter 
Sleave (shoulder to cuff) 25.5" Shoulder 17.5" Armpit to Arpit 20" Length (bottom of collar to hem) 29"
post #4 of 13
Um, is this like an IQ test? I like the shirt but I'm confused what you mean by hidden buttons... this sounds retarded I know, but where are they exactly?
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
Um, is this like an IQ test? I like the shirt but I'm confused what you mean by hidden buttons... this sounds retarded I know, but where are they exactly?

I think he means that it's like a button down, except the buttons attach to the underside of the collar, so you don't see them.
post #6 of 13
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
Um, is this like an IQ test? I like the shirt but I'm confused what you mean by hidden buttons... this sounds retarded I know, but where are they exactly?
Right, "hidden button" refers to the buttons under the collar which are fastened with a small fabric tab. Sorry, I didn't invent the name, Steven Alan did.
post #7 of 13
Ah... cool. The fabric and styling looks casual, do you think this could work with suit and tie? or more jeans style... thanks
post #8 of 13
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
Ah... cool. The fabric and styling looks casual, do you think this could work with suit and tie? or more jeans style... thanks
It's pretty versatile. The collar will look great with a solid color tie (this is how I wore it the one time I did) or you can get loose like the dude in the sample I posted above. Steven Alan style epitomizes casual, relaxed yet clean. This is the dressiest Steven Alan cut. Here's an example of a more dressy getup:
post #9 of 13
Ha, ^^^ that's exactly what I was going to replicate, but I wasn't sure if his shirt is a more crispy formal shirt and yours is more a rumpled jeans/casual style... Plus, free bump for being so quick and thorough
post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
Ha, ^^^ that's exactly what I was going to replicate, but I wasn't sure if his shirt is a more crispy formal shirt and yours is more a rumpled jeans/casual style...
Plus, free bump for being so quick and thorough

Yeah, I have to say the material is neither crispy nor overly relaxed. Like I said, SA is all about the relaxed look but this is sort of a dressier verity for Steven Alan so the short answer would be it's a perfect cross between casual and dress, which I expect was the goal with the design. Hope that helps.
post #11 of 13
PM sent
post #12 of 13
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Everyone blow yr loot over the weekend er somethin?
post #13 of 13
I just sent you a PM.
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