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post #2926 of 4481
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Three for Vox


Stamped brand names on buttons is pretty awful.
BB does this with their casual shirts and lots of lower-end brands do it.
I'm surprised that Zegna would do it on an MOP button, especially a 3-hole one.
post #2927 of 4481
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Originally Posted by JohnnyCrockett View Post
Stamped brand names on buttons is pretty awful.
BB does this with their casual shirts and lots of lower-end brands do it.
I'm surprised that Zegna would do it on an MOP button, especially a 3-hole one.

I agree, JC, though you don't really see it. Haven't worn it for years, since I don't like the fit (anymore).
post #2928 of 4481
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More linen

Albini - mid blue




Thomas Mason - wide light blue stripe



post #2929 of 4481
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I agree, JC, though you don't really see it. Haven't worn it for years, since I don't like the fit (anymore).

Borrelli did this, although only for the US market as it seems.
post #2930 of 4481
all the new shirts look great, even the non-existent handwork one/ who is the maker of those?
post #2931 of 4481
[quote=Galix;4657080]I just tried a new MTM online maker. These are the result. The fit is perfect, though hand work is near to non-existent. Fabric is Canclini 120s, light and soft.

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Very nice - who's the maker?
post #2932 of 4481
Thanks guys. The maker is Neronote (www.neronote.com). Found them by chance on Google searching for Canclini. They're a little bit on the expensive side compared to other online MTM makers, although nothing crazy. Plus they are made in Italy. But they took forever: I just got them today but ordered them on late May.
post #2933 of 4481
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post
Borrelli did this, although only for the US market as it seems.

Ah, didn't know that.
post #2934 of 4481
Would probably have chosen a slightly less spread collar (purely personal preference), but those look great NOBD.
post #2935 of 4481
Thanks, Kaplan. I'm glad I have two more linen shirts. Need more though...
post #2936 of 4481
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Originally Posted by bjornb17 View Post
Got this one from CT today. Only $35 and free shipping.... can't complain!


I bought that shirt with a cutaway collar along with 3 other shirts from CT a few weeks ago.
post #2937 of 4481
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post
I bought that shirt with a cutaway collar along with 3 other shirts from CT a few weeks ago.

how do you like it?
post #2938 of 4481
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Thanks, Kaplan. I'm glad I have two more linen shirts. Need more though...
I like the thinking behind these ones: A dressy cut made more casual by the fabric.

Now, the one in the following pic is all casual, so I only really feel like wearing it untucked (for vacations and the like) but it's too long for that ATM so I'm planning to have the hem shortened...

post #2939 of 4481
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Originally Posted by Galix View Post
I just tried a new MTM online maker. These are the result. The fit is perfect, though hand work is near to non-existent. Fabric is Canclini 120s, light and soft.

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Isn't it normal for MTM shirts to have no handstitching?

If you like made in Italy MTM shirts with handstitching you can try these guys. Under the Create your own shirt section the handstitching options are under the Personalize section.

I have no experience with them though.
post #2940 of 4481
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post
I like the thinking behind these ones: A dressy cut made more casual by the fabric.

Now, the one in the following pic is all casual, so I only really feel like wearing it untucked (for vacations and the like) but it's too long for that ATM so I'm planning to have the hem shortened...


Great shirt. Where did you buy it. I am thinking about buying a similar one but I think it could be too slim for linen.
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