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post #4051 of 4528
my contribution...End-on-End (Sky), Bengal light blue...Thomas Mason from Hemrajani




post #4052 of 4528

This is hot.

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Originally Posted by steveyoo1983 View Post

Just got some sample shirts from Finamore! 

 

Sorry for the crappy pics btw.

 

Cheers! cheers.gif

 

 

 

post #4053 of 4528
Took a few shots of new G. Inglese with one-piece collar, but they didn't come out real well.

Is it cheating if I wash it and fold it again?
post #4054 of 4528
Not if you fold it well...
post #4055 of 4528
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Originally Posted by The False Prophet View Post

Took a few shots of new G. Inglese with one-piece collar, but they didn't come out real well.

Is it cheating if I wash it and fold it again?

First post usually outlines rules for the thread - no rule against refolding - just that shirts must appear folded in the photos
post #4056 of 4528
folded shirts on the internet, double the srs business.
post #4057 of 4528
Quote:
Originally Posted by steveyoo1983 View Post

Just got some sample shirts from Finamore! 

 

Sorry for the crappy pics btw.

 

Cheers! cheers.gif

 

 

 

Form is temporary, class is permanent. The photo doesn't matter, beauty speaks for itself. Nice.

post #4058 of 4528
Barba Napoli OCBD




Quite happy with the collar roll on this shirt, my first buttondown collar in the rotation.
post #4059 of 4528
Are collar and cuffs lined and fused on the Barba?
post #4060 of 4528
that barba is beautiful.
post #4061 of 4528

Love that roll on the Barba button down! Beautiful!

post #4062 of 4528
It's near impossible to judge collar roll on a folded up shirt. The real test is how it wears with a tie fastened. In my experience, the roll in unused form is not a good predictor.
post #4063 of 4528
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

It's near impossible to judge collar roll on a folded up shirt. The real test is how it wears with a tie fastened. In my experience, the roll in unused form is not a good predictor.

Good point! Thank you! .....and THANK YOU for reviving your blog biggrin.gif

post #4064 of 4528
i dont think i have ever seen a BD that had a roll that looked better fastened, than unfastened. to me they look best sans tie, for max rollage. just my opinion.
post #4065 of 4528
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Originally Posted by LS7 View Post

Barba Napoli OCBD




Quite happy with the collar roll on this shirt, my first buttondown collar in the rotation.

NICE.
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