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@NewYorkIslander really liking the collars on the prototypes you've been wearing.

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W. Bill emerald/red windowpane. Super funky coloring and texture here. Under dull artificial light (aka my bedroom lol) the tie looks to have an almost mustard/deep yellow warp to the weave...very curious to see how it looks out in the wild.
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a little insight into the shirting we're looking to roll out this Spring, including a pet project of mine - a selvedge denim, hand made in America workshirt (along with a retro styled OCBD and a classic Neapolitan styled Dress Shirt)!

I'm looking forward to these shirts especially the OCBD and classic Neapolitan style dress shirt. Please use my manly measurements as your fit model. I am tired of cool shirts with way too short sleeves and skinny fits. Trim yes, skinny no.

PS: Don't forget the locker hook on the OCBD. smile.gif
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I'm looking forward to these shirts especially the OCBD and classic Neapolitan style dress shirt. Please use my manly measurements as your fit model. I am tired of cool shirts with way too short sleeves and skinny fits. Trim yes, skinny no.

PS: Don't forget the locker hook on the OCBD. smile.gif

Are you sure you didn't create the pattern for us? Sounds exactly like what we have coming.
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A couple of photos that so fail to convey how great these ties are.

 

 

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@imys which tie is that? Funky cool design!

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@imys which tie is that? Funky cool design!

Hi Eric,

 

The original was called the 'Farmer Brown' from a few years ago. I missed out on it but luckily Rob had enough material to make a limited release - 'Babe Brown' in 3-fold. It is not your standard/traditional 8.25 - 8.5 cm width however, due to the limited material. It is what I consider 'skinny' having a ~7 cm width.

 

It's a great tie in terms of both texture and colour. I would describe the colour as a peat moss. It was nothing like what I had in my tie collection so I pressured Rob into making me it despite the width and fold constraints. I love it. Got lots of use out of it over the years.

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Here's the W. Bill windowpane in action. Picture doesn't begin to capture the texture. Nice and rough like a tweed, but simultaneously soft and lush like a lambswool/cashmere.

Also, the coloring is far more intricate in real life.
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Here's the W. Bill windowpane in action. Picture doesn't begin to capture the texture. Nice and rough like a tweed, but simultaneously soft and lush like a lambswool/cashmere.

Also, the coloring is far more intricate in real life.
really nice shirt
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Here's the W. Bill windowpane in action. Picture doesn't begin to capture the texture. Nice and rough like a tweed, but simultaneously soft and lush like a lambswool/cashmere.

Also, the coloring is far more intricate in real life.

 

I really like the deep emerald colour (similar to that of malachite) with a hint of red. Looks great @ericgereghty ! I also like your knot, dimpling and shirt collar.

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@ThinkDerm thanks! A Proper Cloth Milano II.

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