Crompton wrote an article for The Rake on Sartriano Cinque Bespoke Shirts about a year ago. In it he addresses a specific technique that they use for their shirt cuffs.
I particularly hate shirt cuffs that don’t fit close to my wrist. It’s a little annoyance that I’ve never been able to find a solution for. If you make the cuff too tight it will stay put, but won’t be comfortable. Too loose and it feels sloppy. This is the first time I’ve ever seen a practical solution to the problem.
Has anyone tried this out with their bespoke shirtmakers? If so, how were the results? I think I'm going to take my first Bespoke plunge soon with shirts (been saying that for some time now) and it would be great to get something like this to alleviate the problem.
Any feedback from Shirtmaven would be particularly helpful.