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post #3901 of 4528
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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

Thanks that makes it much easier. I send them a email few months back about having some shirts make but never got a reply.

Francesco is not good at e-mail - best to call them and make an appointment. Else, just drop by his atelier, which is next to Finamore HQ.
post #3902 of 4528
Thanks for that I will give them a call.
Love your blog btw, hopefully will see some updates soon.
post #3903 of 4528
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Originally Posted by MrChris View Post

blackdice, splendid collection! The collar shape looks great.

+1
post #3904 of 4528
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Originally Posted by SidewinderX View Post

These are nothing compared to most of what's posted here, but I'm pretty happy with my latest pickings from the Charles Tyrwhitt clearance options...









No shame, I'm rocking the CT 5 days a week!
post #3905 of 4528
Sorry my picture-taking abilities suck, but here are a couple new Cegos. Carl chose some neat two-hole, vintage mop buttons for them. Lt to rt -- Japanese chambray and vintage American oxford:



Looking forward to breaking these in. Both should get better w/ age.
post #3906 of 4528
Lovely buttons on the left shirt
post #3907 of 4528
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Originally Posted by emptym View Post

Sorry my picture-taking abilities suck, but here are a couple new Cegos. Carl chose some neat two-hole, vintage mop buttons for them. Lt to rt -- Japanese chambray and vintage American oxford:

Looking forward to breaking these in. Both should get better w/ age.
You have exceptional taste. lol8[1].gif
post #3908 of 4528
coolpapa
I just make the same shirts for all of the cool kids!!!

and the buttons on both shirts are vintage 2 hole.
i used the ones on the left for one of my shirts...
post #3909 of 4528
I recently changed my mind on shirt buttons.
Thick ones might look nice and be SF approved, but they are a pain to button up, they get stuck in the waistband of my jeans and sometimes they are visible through my sweaters, therefore I will go with flat ones in the future.
1.5-2mm does not feel sharp-edged to my fingers and at the same time does not show through my sweaters or limit my mobility.
The ones of the left shirt just look about perfect, they have a very appealing diameter, shape and color.
Will two hole buttons hold up against wear and washes as well as four hole ones would?
post #3910 of 4528
emptym - really nice shirts. i have been thinking about using cego for some custom shirts, its nice to see some of his work.
post #3911 of 4528
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

I recently changed my mind on shirt buttons.
Thick ones might look nice and be SF approved, but they are a pain to button up, they get stuck in the waistband of my jeans and sometimes they are visible through my sweaters, therefore I will go with flat ones in the future.
1.5-2mm does not feel sharp-edged to my fingers and at the same time does not show through my sweaters or limit my mobility.
The ones of the left shirt just look about perfect, they have a very appealing diameter, shape and color.
Will two hole buttons hold up against wear and washes as well as four hole ones would?
i put some snail colored 3.5mm on a shirt. i had trouble buttoning them. i think i will change them.
anything less then 2.mm will not feel good when buttoning and will have a better chance of breaking
2 holes should hold up just fine. the buttons on the left are really nice.
i think they are at least 20-30 years old
post #3912 of 4528
I don't like thick buttons. I find them difficult to button.
post #3913 of 4528
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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

I don't like thick buttons. I find them difficult to button.

 

HUGE +1.

 

I have some Borrelli shirts and buttoning the cuffs especially really hurts my fingers!

post #3914 of 4528
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Originally Posted by blackdice View Post

Merolla bespoke - mostly in Riva.



 

I love every single one of your shirts.  The colors, collars, and everything is perfect.  Is it possible to email them my measurements or will I need to fly to Italy?  Please give me all of this information. I would greatly appreciate it.

post #3915 of 4528
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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

HUGE +1.

I have some Borrelli shirts and buttoning the cuffs especially really hurts my fingers!

Haha.....and here I was thinking it was just me.
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