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post #16 of 19
I realize typically "no tie space" is the rule with a spread collar, but personally I like a small space... say 1/8".
post #17 of 19
Here is quick question for you guys: In my last order to Jantzen I requested two buttons on the underband of a #16 collar (3" point, 1 3/4" height). Should I have requested a #16A (higher underband) collar? Will there be a problem adding two buttons to the underband of a #16? Are the buttons added in line vertically, or should I have specified that as well (rather than at an angle)?
post #18 of 19
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Here is quick question for you guys: In my last order to Jantzen I requested two buttons on the underband of a #16 collar (3" point, 1 3/4" height). Should I have requested a #16A (higher underband) collar? Will there be a problem adding two buttons to the underband of a #16? Are the buttons added in line vertically, or should I have specified that as well (rather than at an angle)?
Ricky usually adds them vertically. I've ordered double buttons with regular underband and they look fine. I'm not sure whether he used his discretion to increase the height of the underband, or perhaps the front part of it.
post #19 of 19
Thanks gregory, I was going to e-mail Ricky and mention changing to a Collar #16A, but I think I will just hold off and wait to see how these three shirts turn out.
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