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A Napoli Su Misura arrival - Tomas Mason shirting

Interesting that the collar band ends with a 90° angle rather that being rounded off.

Did the suits arrive as well?
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Did they send it to you? I'm still waiting for mine.

It came with lot of other stuff - have taken a longtime though due to a lot of work with change of location etc., according to Dino bigstar[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Butler View Post

A Napoli Su Misura arrival - Tomas Mason shirting

Interesting that the collar band ends with a 90° angle rather that being rounded off.

Did the suits arrive as well?

Well my Sean O'Flynn stuff does the same FWIW!
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Well my Sean O'Flynn stuff does the same FWIW!

 

Odd to see it on a NSM shirt though. When Mina first saw the squared band on my Budd shirt, she winced and stipulated that her shirt would certainly have a rounded band.

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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Odd to see it on a NSM shirt though. When Mina first saw the squared band on my Budd shirt, she winced and stipulated that her shirt would certainly have a rounded band.

WHAT?! She winced when she saw my curved cuffs on my AC shirts, and gave me cuff bands that end with a 90 degrees cut!
Edited by bboysdontcryy - 1/25/13 at 10:52am
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Perhaps she just has a nervous tic?
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Perhaps she just has a nervous tic?

Either way, her shirts will be better than the one one is wearing during the fitting!
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

Salvatore Piccolo. While it's a fun detail, it's not something I'll be seeking out as I don't really plan on using it. Didn't even know this shirt had it until after I'd bought it :-)

i have wanted to try his stuff out for a while.
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ich - great looking finamores.
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I have about a dozen Finamores, and I love them. One gripe: as they age, the collars tend to wear quite badly. The fusing kinks a bit and just generally looks worse than some of my others. Anyone else get this, or am I doing it wrong?
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Pardon the crappy cell phone pic, it doesn't do the shirt justice. It is, arguably, the perfect light blue, plain weave dress shirt; fantastic. The collar is a boomin' work of sartorial art in and of itself. Sourced from the other side of the globe via Ich Dien:

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Hot, hot and hot.

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razl - looks fantastic.
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Hot, hot and hot.

thanks!
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These custom designed polo shirts going out to our first Hollywood Celebrity customer!

 

 

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Cross post from recent purchases. These just arrived today and I couldn't manage any better pics than the seller originally had so I'm reusing those. The shirts are even more delicious in person than in the pics. They literally are, everything I was expecting and more - couldn't be happier!




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