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I'm not about to get through all the pages ... but as for the few I did see ... I find the amount of truly delicious shirt porn to be minimal. Come on guys ... put some va-va-voom shirt porn out there ... something that will really turn us on.

Not graphic enough?

post #1547 of 4653
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I'm not about to get through all the pages ... but as for the few I did see ... I find the amount of truly delicious shirt porn to be minimal. Come on guys ... put some va-va-voom shirt porn out there ... something that will really turn us on.

I say no more "last call" shirt porn ... lets limit it to the really good stuff.

you need to keep in mind that most of us here are the type of guys that go to the exotic dance places on Tuesday nights, lower grade talent then on the weekends, but you tip them less for the same amount of titilation.
post #1548 of 4653
Two new shirts from Taylor Stitch:

This is a light gray check on an ecru background. Single cuff, English spread collar.






This shirt is a light blue double cuff, English spread collar



post #1549 of 4653
CP, do those have edge stitching on the collar? ^
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CP, do those have edge stitching on the collar? ^

Yes.
post #1551 of 4653
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Not graphic enough?

I do tend to like ... "graphic." Lately I've had a lust for checks and gingham.
post #1552 of 4653
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
I do tend to like ... "graphic." Lately I've had a lust for checks and gingham.

nm
post #1553 of 4653
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I do tend to like ... "graphic." Lately I've had a lust for checks and gingham.

I could test the fabric for you and report back.

How about this Thomas Mason puppytooth?




For me it's too warm for summer, but fine for early spring, autumn and winter.
post #1554 of 4653
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just asking, why did you went with single cuff?
post #1555 of 4653
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
just asking, why did you went with single cuff?

For practical reasons, and I like the simplicity of a rounded single cuff. I have some French-cuffed shirts, but they don't see much daylight.
post #1556 of 4653
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I was at Geneva last weekend and they had some stellar looking Alumo cashmere/cotton blends for Fall. Does anyone have shirts made from this fabric?
Do you mean the Cashmerello range? I have a few and they look and feel very nice. I wash them on wool cycle, so no maintenance issues. The price,. however, is not exactly on the cheap side. You might want to check out their Lanella offerings which are pretty good, too. Actually, I like them (a tiny little bit) better than the Cashmerellos.
post #1557 of 4653
That's useful information, SG. Thanks.
post #1558 of 4653
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
I like the simplicity of a rounded single cuff.
me too, though i have two buttonholes to wear them with cufflinks and silk-knots.
post #1559 of 4653
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me too, though i have two buttonholes to wear them with cufflinks and silk-knots.

Single cuffs with links? Brave to admit...
post #1560 of 4653
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Single cuffs with links? Brave to admit...

more the silk-knots. very common in austria...
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