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Waiting for mine ^^
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holy moly i want this.
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Waiting for mine ^^

....so am I - there is more to come. These shirts are great however!
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....so am I - there is more to come. These shirts are great however!

they fit you well?
post #3965 of 4517
X post from recent purchases





My first Vincenzo di Ruggiero. Not with full Borrelli like handwork like some of the VdRs in this thread, but still has the sleeve, gusset, buttons hand sewn, much like Barba.

post #3966 of 4517
Very nice shirts, I like the shirts Hackets sell myself.
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A few Sartoria Partenopea (available mwink[1].gif)

AppleMark

AppleMark

AppleMark
post #3968 of 4517
inimitable and amadar - very nice.
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A few Sartoria Partenopea

Last one is nice.
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lol, sorry it didnt work out for you. frown.gif

what dont you like about it?

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Glad it turned out well.

For the button down, try adding more spread.

I think the collar will look better. And then you can move the buttons up slightly to give it as much roll as you like.

As Canta has noticed, the collar ended up a little flat/no roll. I have discussed with Hemrajani and we will look at it in February when they are next in Toronto. They are really a pleasure to deal with so I'm sure we'll get it ironed out.

Canta - are you suggesting that I can simply move the buttons up on the current configuration to add more roll? I've played with that idea but thought it would throw off the whole collar.
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Looks nice. I recently looked at some H&K locally and considered trying them out, but since I really don't need more shirts I won't.

Probably.
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Looks nice. I recently looked at some H&K locally and considered trying them out, but since I really don't need more shirts I won't.

Probably.

The problem with the English makers is that their slim fit really isn't.
post #3974 of 4517
Interesting point, would definitely have to try it first.

Actually, even my eyetalian shirts could do with a little slimming, but I never get around to it.
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As Canta has noticed, the collar ended up a little flat/no roll. I have discussed with Hemrajani and we will look at it in February when they are next in Toronto. They are really a pleasure to deal with so I'm sure we'll get it ironed out.

Canta - are you suggesting that I can simply move the buttons up on the current configuration to add more roll? I've played with that idea but thought it would throw off the whole collar.

bummer, but im glad they will take care of it. good luck.
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beautiful
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