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Noted. I will certainly give the trial pant some consideration.


Send them a pair that fits you well, and make minor adjustments +/- 1/4" here and there if at all. Be very literal with any adjustments as well.

 

DL-

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@luv2b... Thanks. It was as fashionable as I could get hopping from tree to tree.
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You need to buy light grey tshirts. Your white wifebeater looks sub-optimal. By which I mean terrible.

Where do you recommend to find economical grey v-necks? I've looked previously but came up empty each time so continue to settle on traditional white v-necks.
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First linen day of the year :



Borrowing your picture, if you don't mind.

It always bother me when my shirts "buckle" just below the collar when worn without a tie. I assume it's related to the collar fusing. Any recommendation to combat this? I can sometimes starch that specific location enough to keep it rigid throughout the day.
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Where do you recommend to find economical grey v-necks?

Uniqlo.
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For inexpensive v necks try H&M; Banana Republic, Old Navy, Target

I also found a really nice Michael Kors on sale
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Borrowing your picture, if you don't mind.

It always bother me when my shirts "buckle" just below the collar when worn without a tie. I assume it's related to the collar fusing. Any recommendation to combat this? I can sometimes starch that specific location enough to keep it rigid throughout the day.

 

I believe what you are referring to is called 'collar roll' and is actually desirable by the majority of SF members afaik.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/165024/the-ocbd-collar-roll-thread

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Originally Posted by luv2breformed View Post

I believe what you are referring to is called 'collar roll' and is actually desirable by the majority of SF members afaik.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/165024/the-ocbd-collar-roll-thread

Sorry, poor explanation my part. Definitely not talk the infamous collar roll. On mobile so cannot photoshop it. On the buttonhole side, you see how the fabric "collapses" directly below the neckband and top button. The button side usually has the clean, straight line to the neckband.
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post


Sorry, poor explanation my part. Definitely not talk the infamous collar roll. On mobile so cannot photoshop it. On the buttonhole side, you see how the fabric "collapses" directly below the neckband and top button. The button side usually has the clean, straight line to the neckband.

 

Oh, I see what you are talking about. Yea, not sure about that one.

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A casual Sunday:

 

 

Eidos Napoli Knit, Brooks Brothers Black Fleece long sleeve polo, Orslow jeans, Common Projects sneakers

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Borrowing your picture, if you don't mind.

It always bother me when my shirts "buckle" just below the collar when worn without a tie. I assume it's related to the collar fusing. Any recommendation to combat this? I can sometimes starch that specific location enough to keep it rigid throughout the day.

When I iron the placket I also slightly fold the collar area over the iron, rather than just flattening everything in one motion. It's like a new shirt where the topmost collar button is almost at a 90 degree angle to the placket. Borrowing somebody else's picture to show the collar and placket with the fold.

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Super chill fit @Gerry Nelson wish sweater was a bit baggier but just me, super chilly today too.
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Super chill fit @Gerry Nelson wish sweater was a bit baggier but just me, super chilly today too.

Thanks! I went with this size because the size above was just too baggy for my liking. This is a little baggier than I'm used to but I'm growing to like the fit.
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post


Borrowing your picture, if you don't mind.

It always bother me when my shirts "buckle" just below the collar when worn without a tie. I assume it's related to the collar fusing. Any recommendation to combat this? I can sometimes starch that specific location enough to keep it rigid throughout the day.


It's less visible in reality, than in pictures and in my opinion, since BD collar are for casual attire, that is not shoking for me.

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