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A recent batch of MTM shirts:

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Japanese yarn dyed twill with orange double top stitching.
looks like denim, but is not Indigo
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finamore makes a great shirt. I have some Semi folded shirt porn to share as well. I will try to post photos later today.
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Those look great! How is the quality compared to Barba? 

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A recent batch of MTM shirts:

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Originally Posted by Shirtmaven View Post

Japanese yarn dyed twill with orange double top stitching.
looks like denim, but is not Indigo
awesome concept!
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Those look great! How is the quality compared to Barba? 

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A recent batch of MTM shirts:


Never tried Barba so I couldn't compare. What I am most happy about, compared to most MTM:s is the excellent quality of the shirtings. The shirting for the blue puppytooth shirt in the picture is from Thomas Mason's bespoke collection and still the shirt was only about €120. About the same price you pay for a slightly better than mediocre shirt from a regular menswear store here. So I'm more than happy...
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I thought Thomas Mason was a manufacturer of fabrics, what do I have to imagine a "Thomas Mason bespoke collection" to be?
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I thought Thomas Mason was a manufacturer of fabrics, what do I have to imagine a "Thomas Mason bespoke collection" to be?

If I'm not mistaken the term bespoke in this case is implying the shirting is cut specifically for that particular MTM shirt from a larger roll of fabric. The TM non-bespoke lines of fabric are already cut in to smaller pieces from the beginning.
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If I'm not mistaken the term bespoke in this case is implying the shirting is cut specifically for that particular MTM shirt from a larger roll of fabric. The TM non-bespoke lines of fabric are already cut in to smaller pieces from the beginning.

Yup, that's how I interpreted it as well.
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What kind of difference does it make? Maybe in pattern matching of non-solid shirts?
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

What kind of difference does it make? Maybe in pattern matching of non-solid shirts?

No idea if it matters of not, but that's what the tag said:

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Thanks for the info.
I really like the puppytooth pattern by the way.
May I ask where you have had your shirts MTM?
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Thanks for the info.
I really like the puppytooth pattern by the way.
May I ask where you have had your shirts MTM?

Sure, it's an Italian maker called Belisario Camicie - belisariocamicie.it/en
post #3659 of 4531
Oh, so you ordered them online?
Or have you been to Italy?
Because I thought you where from somewhere of scandinavia or north/eastern europe.
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Sure, it's an Italian maker called Belisario Camicie - belisariocamicie.it/en

what collar did you select?
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