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post #106 of 4473
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Love the Barba shirt.
post #107 of 4473
Thanks -- I've only got a couple of Barba shirts; for some reason, they don't seem to wear as well as others in my wardrobe... :-/
post #108 of 4473
Just picked up today from Ginza Tailor. Two oxfords on the way next week!





post #109 of 4473
How nice, you want to play too.
post #110 of 4473
How swell that you care enough to be patronizing.
post #111 of 4473
Beautiful shirts NR !
post #112 of 4473
Indeed, those are lovely -- I especially like the little "notch" in the double-cuffs... I have never heard of Ginza Tailor; what can you tell us about them?
post #113 of 4473
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Just picked up today from Ginza Tailor. Two oxfords on the way next week!

Did you specify a chest pocket? I much prefer dress shirts without them if I have a choice.


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I especially like the little "notch" in the double-cuffs...

It's a mitered edge, as opposed to rounded or straight.
post #114 of 4473
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Folded and boxed shirt pr0N


Boxed porn is a bit too morbid for me.
post #115 of 4473
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Love the Barba shirt.
indeed. especially that collar, wow!
post #116 of 4473
Thread Starter 
Thomas Mason Silverline 120s 2x2:




The fit of this one is, as you can see, exquisite.
post #117 of 4473
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Indeed, those are lovely -- I especially like the little "notch" in the double-cuffs... I have never heard of Ginza Tailor; what can you tell us about them?

Plenty. It's a very highly regarded bespoke tailoring firm in Tokyo. I wrote this for Devil's Island:

http://www.filmnoirbuff.com/article/my-birthday-suit

Which grew out of this thread:

http://www.filmnoirbuff.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=1037



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Did you specify a chest pocket? I much prefer dress shirts without them if I have a choice.

Yes, I definitely did. I have several H&K shirts without chest pockets and I find them very inconvenient. Nobody in the office wears a suit jacket at his desk and I always carry my fountain pen. When I put my jacket on, the pen goes into the pen pocket.
post #118 of 4473
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red View Post
Plenty. It's a very highly regarded bespoke tailoring firm in Tokyo. I wrote this for Devil's Island:

http://www.filmnoirbuff.com/article/my-birthday-suit

Which grew out of this thread:

http://www.filmnoirbuff.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=1037





Yes, I definitely did. I have several H&K shirts without chest pockets and I find them very inconvenient. Nobody in the office wears a suit jacket at his desk and I always carry my fountain pen. When I put my jacket on, the pen goes into the pen pocket.

I usually don't have time to put in my cufflinks before I levave the house, so that pocket does become useful.
post #119 of 4473
I was looking at some old shirts I had ordered with French cuffs that wound up coming with shirt pockets and they just look off.

I'd never order an OCBD or casual linen shirt without at least one pocket but on a really dressy shirt it ruins the effect.
post #120 of 4473
I washes them myself, so I folds them myself.
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