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post #151 of 4504
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
Interested by the Frank Foster. Kudos to him for the shanked buttons, which is certainly not usual among the British bespoke makers, unless the customer so requests. Here's my contribution, picked up yesterday. Charvet orange cotton zephyr and one I'd wanted for a while, a white cotton with a dragon jacquard weave. .... Amazingly, Charvet matched what must be very difficult patterns to match on this shirt -- the photo of the placket demonstrates. ... And with that, the day of the prodigal was over.
Nice. I especially like the rounded point collar. I have only two collars (plus RTW OCBDs). I once tried a third and hated it. Perhaps I will branch out when I order more shirts.
post #152 of 4504
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Originally Posted by EL72 View Post
It would look great with this tie


I actually kinda like that tie!
post #153 of 4504
Under a sweater it would look sharp but I wouldn't want to show the whole thing at a time.
post #154 of 4504
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Originally Posted by TheHoff View Post
Under a sweater it would look sharp but I wouldn't want to show the whole thing at a time.
What about, say, a charcoal or brown 3-piece?
post #155 of 4504
That Richard James seems to have very short cuffs.
post #156 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post
That Richard James seems to have very short cuffs.

3 inches
post #157 of 4504
Oops, I misread "double-button cuffs" as double cuffs.
post #158 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Thomas Mason Silverline 120s 2x2:




The fit of this one is, as you can see, exquisite.

What style of collar is that?
post #159 of 4504
ok, not exactly folded (shirt fresh out of the box) and this is a re-run of my "recent purchases" thread, but here is my contribution nonetheless:


post #160 of 4504
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Originally Posted by jml90 View Post
What style of collar is that?

Medium spread. It looks more widespread folded up than it does when worn. But that's not a cutaway. Here it is worn:



What I like about Geneva (one of the many things) is, their collars are not standard. You can specify the front and back stand, and the point length, in 1/8" increments. And you can specify the collar spread to within five degrees.
post #161 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Medium spread. It looks more widespread folded up than it does when worn. But that's not a cutaway. Here it is worn:



What I like about Geneva (one of the many things) is, their collars are not standard. You can specify the front and back stand, and the point length, in 1/8" increments. And you can specify the collar spread to within five degrees.

I don't like the tie clip. I like the shirt though.

Jon.
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post #163 of 4504
^^^ Some of the best folding in the thread
post #164 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Medium spread. It looks more widespread folded up than it does when worn. But that's not a cutaway. Here it is worn:



What I like about Geneva (one of the many things) is, their collars are not standard. You can specify the front and back stand, and the point length, in 1/8" increments. And you can specify the collar spread to within five degrees.

Perhaps it's to do with the angle of the shot, but that tie knot looks atrocious.
post #165 of 4504
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Originally Posted by imageWIS View Post
I don't like the tie clip.
You and everyone else.

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Originally Posted by chobochobo View Post
Perhaps it's to do with the angle of the shot, but that tie knot looks atrocious.

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