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post #1336 of 4524
I say it's probably double what you pay for MTM
post #1337 of 4524
Just a few shirts that I have on my computer






post #1338 of 4524
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Originally Posted by Warren G. View Post
Some black fleece oxford.
A huge upgrade from my J.Crew lol.




What's the difference between BF and regular BB oxfords? Cloth, buttons, styling, finishing? Never seen one in person, but from the photos I can't tell it's not a regular BB OCBD except that the tags look different.
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I needed a couple of huntin', shootin' and fishin' shirts, so I ordered these from Nialma. The fabric is from Acorn Fabrics Fife range http://www.acornfabrics.com/fife_page.html. This was my first time using Nialma and I am very happy so far. Need to wash them a couple of times to judge if they shrink.

post #1340 of 4524
Nice, this helps me as I'm looking at acquiring some tattersall shirts.
post #1341 of 4524
I saw that Gieves & Hawkes had some nice tattersalls in the last few weeks. Hard to tell how soft they are though without wearing them. I have a lovely RL tattersall which is really soft. Unfortunately I caught the sleeve on a door handle last week and tore a small hole it it.
post #1342 of 4524
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I needed a couple of huntin', shootin' and fishin' shirts, so I ordered these from Nialma. The fabric is from Acorn Fabrics Fife range http://www.acornfabrics.com/fife_page.html. This was my first time using Nialma and I am very happy so far. Need to wash them a couple of times to judge if they shrink.

They look great - but can't see Acorn on their website???
post #1343 of 4524
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They look great - but can't see Acorn on their website???

http://www.acornfabrics.com/classic_products.html
post #1344 of 4524
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They look great - but can't see Acorn on their website???
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Originally Posted by sartorialexecutive View Post
Nialma's website doesn't appear to offer fabric by Acorn. How did you order shirts from Acorn's Fife range?
post #1345 of 4524
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Nialma's website doesn't appear to offer fabric by Acorn. How did you order shirts from Acorn's Fife range?

I just asked Nialma if they could get the Acorn fabric for me. The said it would cost the same as their "premium" fabrics.
post #1346 of 4524
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Originally Posted by adagio View Post
I needed a couple of huntin', shootin' and fishin' shirts, so I ordered these from Nialma. The fabric is from Acorn Fabrics Fife range http://www.acornfabrics.com/fife_page.html. This was my first time using Nialma and I am very happy so far. Need to wash them a couple of times to judge if they shrink.


Is the one on the right the #30 Blue? I love the look.
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Originally Posted by JohnnyCrockett View Post
What's the difference between BF and regular BB oxfords? Cloth, buttons, styling, finishing? Never seen one in person, but from the photos I can't tell it's not a regular BB OCBD except that the tags look different.

Most unstylish shirt I have been in years, sorry to say.

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Originally Posted by adagio View Post
I needed a couple of huntin', shootin' and fishin' shirts, so I ordered these from Nialma. The fabric is from Acorn Fabrics Fife range http://www.acornfabrics.com/fife_page.html. This was my first time using Nialma and I am very happy so far. Need to wash them a couple of times to judge if they shrink.


Same as above, bad taste. Sorry Seems for the sale 10 shirts for 5 $ and even with that I wouldn"št wear those.

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Beautiful shirt with one of the best collars. Congradulations man. I´m looking for finamore catalogue online
post #1349 of 4524
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Beautiful shirt with one of the best collars. Congradulations man. I´m looking for finamore catalogue online

Thank you sir. It's my first Finamore, and am looking forward to getting more very soon.
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Thank you sir. It's my first Finamore, and am looking forward to getting more very soon.

Thank you for sharing your nice lordy taste with us.
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