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Triple button is definitely a thing.

It's incredibly annoying if you wear a watch but it's not terribly rare.

John Kerry know what I'm talking about.

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Must.... resist... snark.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

John Kerry know what I'm talking about.

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Hmph. Who knew? I learn something new every day...
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Originally Posted by agjiffy View Post

I was totally flabbergasted to learn that triple button cuffs is the Turnbull & Asser house style. I didn't even know such a thing existing
post #4414 of 4524
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Triple button is definitely a thing.

It's incredibly annoying if you wear a watch but it's not terribly rare.

I usually only button the middle button. My T&A cuffs appear conical which is kinda neat.
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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

I usually only button the middle button. My T&A cuffs appear conical which is kinda neat.

Don't they need to be mitred to appear conical? I thought the T&A cuff was square.

I've actually been thinking more about trying three button again since I haven't been wearing a watch as often.
Edited by Cantabrigian - 3/3/14 at 3:49pm
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Don't they need to be mitred to appear conical? I thought the T&A cuff was square.

I've actually been thinking more about trying three button again since I haven't been wearing a watch as often.

Looks mitered and conical to me.





PS "mitred" = UK spelling. Have you been on that side of the Atlantic so long to have strayed?
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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

Looks mitered and conical to me.




That's really interesting. I actually don't know what you'd call that. I always thought miter(re)d was just having the corner cut off. But the whole sleeve is slanted here.

Kerry's cuffs look like they're perfectly straight and square. I like the idea of doing it that way but then it has to be looser at the wrist and I'm not a huge fan of that.

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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

PS "mitred" = UK spelling. Have you been on that side of the Atlantic so long to have strayed?

I'm still as Murican as a McDonalds apple pie but my autocorrect isn't. I suppose I should fight the good fight and keep re-typing or summon the energy to change the autocorrect language but so far laziness > patriotism.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Triple button is definitely a thing.

It's incredibly annoying if you wear a watch but it's not terribly rare.

John Kerry know what I'm talking about.

I have a sudden urge to visit Easter Island.
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I have a sudden urge to visit Easter Island.



(Resist: failed.)
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

That's really interesting. I actually don't know what you'd call that. I always thought miter(re)d was just having the corner cut off. .....

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post #4421 of 4524

latest aquistions from Gambert Custom Shirt in NJ.  L is a casual, BD collar w/ pocket. R is french cuff, french placket. semi-spread collars on both. loved the feel of the fabric on both and was looking for a nice bright shirt for spring.

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Cotton & Linen Blues

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More casual but thought I would share:

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More casual but thought I would share:


Nice haul, where from?

Red chambray?
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