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post #2626 of 4481
That is some high-end baby clothing. Nice work.
post #2627 of 4481
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Originally Posted by quar View Post
That is some high-end baby clothing. Nice work.

+1. Nice.
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Originally Posted by quar View Post
That is some high-end baby clothing. Nice work.
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post
+1. Nice.
Thanks!
If not wife, I would have bought all the baby shirts available at the shop.
post #2629 of 4481
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
What are the fabrics?
The one on the left is 100% cotton, pinpoint cloth I would venture, since it has an oxford weave and is somewhat thick. On the right 75% Cotton, 23% Polymide, 2% Elastane, which might put some people off but being no fabric elitist I don't mind; it's extremely soft and breathable, good for summer.
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post
Hand stitched button holes on the black label one?
It doesn't look like it to my amateur eyes . Perhaps you can tell me?
With that said, both white label and black label seem to have the same standard of construction, the only difference being the slimmer fit on the latter. The armhole seam is unmistakably hand stitched, but the rest seems to be done by machine. I believe Barba produces a gold label or gold line which is supposed to be entirely handmade and on par with the highest end makers.
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Originally Posted by jamesbond View Post
I was going to buy a couple of the black label shirts from Ian but the fact that they are a mix of cotton, elastan and some other poly fiber made me hesitate. How do you like the black label?
Other than what I said above, at least all of the black labels in my size had wide spread collars, which looks great without being too wide to keep me from tying a double FIH, and unlike the modified spread like in the white label shirt in my pic, has the perfect amount of tie space. It is also extremely slim fit, certainly more so than any other OTR shirts I've tried on, and probably only comparable to something as fashion forward as Zara. The buttons are pretty thick MOP, and the collar bands on both shirts stand proud and tall at 1.5". Breaking the rules of the thread:
post #2630 of 4481
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Originally Posted by banis View Post
I'd say for Miss. It is for my daughter.

Sweet; would have asked for a fit pic, but perhaps better not.

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Breaking the rules of the thread:


Yes; no idea why you're doing that, but very nice!
post #2631 of 4481
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It doesn't look like it to my amateur eyes . Perhaps you can tell me?

You're right, it doesn't look like it.
post #2632 of 4481
like this very much. how is DC?
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Originally Posted by Lonneker View Post
Yes; no idea why you're doing that, but very nice!

Thanks, well the whole point was to show how the collar looked when the shirt is worn

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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
like this very much. how is DC?

Thanks, rainy and humid and soon hot enough to bust out the summer suit
post #2634 of 4481
So, I may be the first guy in the history of SF to pay full price for a Cucinelli shirt. Here it is in classic white twill BD.

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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
So, I may be the first guy in the history of SF to pay full price for a Cucinelli shirt. Here it is in classic white twill BD.


Seems this killed the thread. Wear it well.
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total smalltime stuff compared to yall but this thread is kinda dead lately so figured i'd post em
post #2637 of 4481
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Originally Posted by Getzione View Post
Seems this killed the thread. Wear it well.

Actually it is going back. WAY to big in the neck. Must be a 17+ for an L
post #2638 of 4481
These would all be nice with a tan summer suit


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total smalltime stuff compared to yall but this thread is kinda dead lately so figured i'd post em
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
These would all be nice with a tan summer suit

Thanks, I'll give it a try once I get my hands on a nice tan suit I was planning on ordering a pink gingham but it sold out so I had to settle for the pink check instead. Still loving it; the navy butcher stripe is really nice, I love how it looks tie-less.
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Originally Posted by Navi View Post

total smalltime stuff compared to yall but this thread is kinda dead lately so figured i'd post em

Nice! Strangely, I was able to tell they were CT before I saw the label because of the buttons. I have a few CT shirts!
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