old dover trad: I happen to like rounded cuffs with double buttons, as it looks a hell of a lot less boring than the typical single button. Shirtmaven: My "cleaners" are my washing machine's delicate setting and myself.
Honestly, I don't think it's worth my time or money to have someone else do something I'm perfectly fine at. Then again, I don't buy expensive shirts either. I'm not a big fan of starch, personally. westside: If I ever see your collar buttons undone in person I'll kill you with my bare hands. I'm definitely no slave to tradition as most people here know but, come on, that just looks sloppy... AND NO STARCH! Back to you, old dover trad!: I'll consider it, but I don't necessarily agree with it. And if I get a button down, it will be be check. Something about those two paired together has a sort of casual elegance to me. You should consider trying to spell the person's name right of whom you're trying to give advice to, by the way.
LA Guy: Don't know if you caught on earlier in the thread (and maybe I didn't say much about it) but I'm getting this next shirt from Baron Boutique for $49. They already have my measurements, have done a great job before, and are an inexpensive way for me to go on my budget. jml90: I think you're right. Magnoli's repro of his turnback cuff shirt has this collar. westside again: That wasn't my favourite movie for Bond style at all. :-/ jml90 again: Um, have fun with that.