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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
In Dege & Skinner bespoke shirts in these two shots:

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Many thanks Vox - any chance you can post pics without jacket? I am asking because you mentioned that


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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
.... I get these very closely fitted, with darts in the back and high armholes. Comfort of the cut would be unforgiving of error or sample-to-sample inconsistency. These are the most comfortable shirts that I own. Robert Whittaker cuts an old school, exceptional shirt. It looks great. And he's great. I'm delighted.


Just curious about the fit. Also wondering why you would need darts in the back; would have thought you could do without, but perhaps they are really closey fitted.
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Originally Posted by Lonneker View Post
Many thanks Vox - any chance you can post pics without jacket? I am asking because you mentioned that



Just curious about the fit. Also wondering why you would need darts in the back; would have thought you could do without, but perhaps they are really closey fitted.

+1, if sir pleases.
post #2899 of 4536
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Many thanks Vox - very impressed, not just with the approach, but also with the ease with which you are able to pull such authoritative quotes.
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post #2901 of 4536
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In Dege & Skinner bespoke shirts in these two shots:
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I like these. Also, digging the tidier shirt cuffs.
post #2902 of 4536
Blue linen shirt that just got delivered.
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Nice, Miguel. What fabric? I'm having a mid blue made at the moment.
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Nice, Miguel. What fabric? I'm having a mid blue made at the moment.

It's a blue linen from Spence Bryson. I have looked at the albini "sahara" as well, but the darker fabrics had a sheeny look when I preferred a muter fabric.
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It's a blue linen from Spence Bryson. I have looked at the albini "sahara" as well, but the darker fabrics had a sheeny look when I preferred a muter fabric.

I understand. Looks very good.
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Blue linen shirt that just got delivered.

very noice.

not much love for two hole buttons around, though.
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Three for Vox

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Blue linen shirt that just got delivered.


Love the colour.
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Those have four holes.

any symbolic behind?

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Three, of course, are best.


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too much van Laack, which is mediocre.

imo, two are more suitable for dress shirts and four "acceptable" for casuals. every day learning on sf.

looking forward to your historical excurse.
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