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For whatever reason, I can't find a way to subscribe without replying on mobile. Just here to lurk for now. Carry on Gents!
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L L Bean 60% cotton 40% polyester maroon and white University stripe OCBD.


Brooks Brothers jacket and tie, Thomas Pink pocket square.

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Gant Rugger selvage madras (lined, unfused)

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Hardly any roll at all, Van Heusen PPBD tattersall shirt I got around twenty years ago.

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Thrifted this Lands End OCBD that has some possibilities. I'm gonna put a saved search for it on the bay. It is a LE "Direct Merchants" "Trim fit" that is made in Hong Kong. Collar points are 3.25" Don't have a protractor so I'm not gonna do the angle thing. It has an unlined collar, but has lined sleeve cuffs. I care more about the collar than the sleeves, lol. Fabric is 100% cotton and this one feels nice and soft.

Don't know how old this is b/c the LE ones I've checked out at Sears have seriously short collar points. Could be wrong, but the Sears ones are all non-iron. I'm partial to slim fits. Carry on.


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Kamakura
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... dangerously close to Mr. B Collar territory, especially in the first photo.

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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

... dangerously close to Mr. B Collar territory, especially in the first photo.

these collar stays were used to keep the Mr b collar up. A thin piece of metal wrapped in a thin fabric. Bendable
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