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post #211 of 309
No I don't partake in that stuff, sorry. Is that a requirement of the thread?
post #212 of 309
The thing that always bothers me with the collar roll with tie is that the knot doesn't cover up the space. You always see the part that wraps around your neck going up into those cavernous rolls.
post #213 of 309
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I did not know this thread existed...

This is one of the best threads! Is that a custom shirt, gdl?

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Originally Posted by bigbucky View Post
The thing that always bothers me with the collar roll with tie is that the knot doesn't cover up the space. You always see the part that wraps around your neck going up into those cavernous rolls.

I actually like it when this happens. I like showing a little of the tie band around the knot.
post #214 of 309
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This is one of the best threads! Is that a custom shirt, gdl?
Carl's work
post #215 of 309
BB NOS OCBD
The fot of the shirt is pretty awful. But the cloth is nice.
post #216 of 309
I wasn't sure what OCBD stood for exactly so I looked it up. Now that I know it stands for Obsessive Compulsive Behavioral Disorder this thread makes more sense.
post #217 of 309
^
post #218 of 309

Navy OCBD. Unlined collar. Not a very pronounced roll but liked it overall.

 

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post #219 of 309

I opt for longer points on my BDs and wear them unbuttoned:

 

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post #220 of 309
Wow. A rare photo.

Looks swell.
post #221 of 309

Ha, thanks. A colleague randomly snapped that the other day to test out his new smartphone camera.

post #222 of 309
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Ha, thanks. A colleague randomly snapped that the other day to test out his new smartphone camera.

I like everything about it.

I often wear a casual DB with an undone polo collar as well.
post #223 of 309
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Wow. A rare photo.
Looks swell.

+1 to both
post #224 of 309
Looks fantastic, ET - can I inquire as to the maker of both the shirt and jacket?
post #225 of 309

Thanks guys.

 

-  The shirt is a 100s Monti made by Geneva of NY.

 

-  The coat is a 4x2 DB odd jacket (11oz. Harrisons linen) made by Mina Adamo / NSM.

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