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Thank you, although both collars are in fact the same shape. I'll take it you like both collars wink.gif .

MtB
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Antica Camiceria Luciano Lombardi - Napoli

Carlo Riva fine shirting with micro squares skyblue/white, convertible single cuff (can be worn with Cufflinks)

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Close up of the fabric self sourched and posted few months ago :

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post #3364 of 4441
Actually, with the above two posts, I fear SF may have reached it's saturation point for Neapolitan blue/white microcheck shirts with convertible single cuffs.

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Actually, with the above two posts, I fear SF may have reached it's saturation point for Neapolitan blue/white microcheck shirts with convertible single cuffs.
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is this the correct term? btw, i love this cuff. well done.
post #3366 of 4441
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Actually, with the above two posts, I fear SF may have reached it's saturation point for Neapolitan blue/white microcheck shirts with convertible single cuffs.
(AKA NBWMCSWCSC laugh.gif)

is this the correct term? btw, i love this cuff. well done.

If you are ordering in Naples, they will call it "finto gemello"(fake cuff link) or "gemello singolo"
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If you are ordering in Naples, they will call it "finto gemello"(fake cuff link) or "gemello singolo"

when ordering in Vienna it's called "viennese cuff".
post #3368 of 4441
Just in time for the warm weather, a small pile of linen from Hemrajani:

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Just in time for the warm weather, a small pile of linen from Hemrajani:
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Love the plaid. Then again, I'm a plaid guy.
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Some casual stuff from Sean O'Flynn: bigstar[1].gif






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These are perfect. PERFECT.
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My shirts were, as all of mine are, made by Joe Hemrajani. I have a great relationship with him and he is very reasonably priced. I learned of Joe through Will of ASW. Joe will do anything you like with a shirt and, once he has your measurements, his turnaround time is outstanding--4 weeks for the above.

Burton - I have made an appointment to see Joe in the middle of May.

I reviewed their collar choices and wanted to know if you had used a custom designed collar with Mytailor. I asked Joe and he said to bring in a picture and if possible a cardboard cutout of the collar shape, but if not possible then a picture would suffice.

Have you (or anyone else feel free to chime in) done a custom collar design with mytailor? How has it turned out?

I've attached a picture of the collar shape I am interested in so if anyone has a Finamore with a similar collar shape I'd greatly appreciate helping me with the dimensions as well.

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Burton - I have made an appointment to see Joe in the middle of May.
I reviewed their collar choices and wanted to know if you had used a custom designed collar with Mytailor. I asked Joe and he said to bring in a picture and if possible a cardboard cutout of the collar shape, but if not possible then a picture would suffice.
Have you (or anyone else feel free to chime in) done a custom collar design with mytailor? How has it turned out?
I've attached a picture of the collar shape I am interested in so if anyone has a Finamore with a similar collar shape I'd greatly appreciate helping me with the dimensions as well.
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I have done a custom collar with Joe. Also check out this thread here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/146724/bbbf-ocbd-mtm-dress-shirt-project-help

Joe will make whatever you like but be careful--he will make what you ask him to so you better be sure that is what you want.

There is another thread here where Joe did an extreme cutaway for someone. I had him duplicate my old Sero button down collars for button downs. On my business shirts he does an English spread which is not much of a trick for him but I love them.
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Those extreme cutaways always strike me as the equivalent of Ed Hardy t-shirts in the bespoke shirt world. Proceed with caution.

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Those extreme cutaways always strike me as the equivalent of Ed Hardy t-shirts in the bespoke shirt world. Proceed with caution.

Yes. They really work for very few people and they become an affectation quite quickly.
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