or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Folded Up Shirt P0rn
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Folded Up Shirt P0rn - Page 42

post #616 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Well whatever. For Christ sake this is an online forum not a gentlemen's club. I shouldn't need have a disclaimer that what I write is my opinion on every post.

I think Jantzen is shit, I wouldn't spend money on it, I would think people that do are silly for doing so but I'm sure others would feel the same way about spending on what I do for a demi-measure shirt. Oh well...doesn't affect my spending habits.

Bolded for truth again?
post #617 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlanC View Post
More pink and blue end on end:


I really like the pink one Alan.
post #618 of 4653
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
I shouldn't need have a disclaimer that what I write is my opinion on every post.

I used to have one. It didn't do any good.
post #619 of 4653
Kiton ... The TROCA buttons sure are peculiar, dependent on lighting they go from orange/yellow to perlicent white. There is definet patern matching on this one imo I think it will be nice with this Etro cotton/linnen birdseye slacks Il post some more detail on the Detail thread tomorrow ... Speed
post #620 of 4653
FANTASTIC kiton shirt-- a great illustration of why this is my favorite shirtmaker on the market.
post #621 of 4653
Yea, im happy with it, much more handwork than my Baldesarini shirts. Handroled hems etc, il post pictures to tomorrow. Was looking for a purple/grape/wine N white striped shirt in Royal oxford, id say this is close Speed Se http://styleforum.net/showpost.php?p...0&postcount=14 For additional pictures and thoughts.
post #622 of 4653
speed-- I'll be interested to hear your comments on the shirt's collar when you wear it. to me, it's the best shape and has very little to no 'tie space' at the top, which is important to me. collar is larger than most if not all my other shirts, yet looks perfect with a jacket and tie.

I'm actually wearing this one (on the left) with a jacket/ no tie to brunch today:

post #623 of 4653
In preparation for warmer weather, I just got these two linen shirts from Hamilton.

post #624 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by The_Foxx View Post
FANTASTIC kiton shirt-- a great illustration of why this is my favorite shirtmaker on the market.

+1

The buttons doe change color due to the lighting of the real pearl. I like that as well.
post #625 of 4653
Quote:
Originally Posted by binge View Post
I'm going to wash the first one a few times to see if there's much shrinkage. The collar is about 1/8" too big, but if it snugs up just a bit, it should fit fine. In any case, I'll post some pics in the next few days once it's been through a few washes.

Yeah, replying to my own post...

Today's entry in WAYWRN features one of them. After a few washings, the collar feels good as does most of the rest of the shirt, but it's still a bit roomy around the chest; which is probably just the way it's cut. The cuffs are definitely rather wide, I'll definitely take the shirts to my tailor to have the cuff button moved a bit, which should be sufficient; I might ask him if he can nip the body as well.

Overall, I'm satisfied with the shirts at the Bluefly sale price, but I'm not sure if I would go for them again, mainly due to the slightly large fit. Now that I have a decent stable of shirts, I'll probably go MTM with my tailor and get a shirt that fits right from the start rather than OTR+altering.
post #626 of 4653
Sorry for the non-professionally folded shirt. The cuffs are single cuffs but require links.

post #627 of 4653
You dog!
post #628 of 4653
Thread Starter 


post #629 of 4653
The Geneva shirt is nice. Pricepoint, Fabric?
post #630 of 4653
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by speedster.8 View Post
The Geneva shirt is nice.
Pricepoint, Fabric?

It's Mason Silverline 120s. It was $225, but that book has mostly run out. There is a new one coming soon (within a month they say), but no guarantees it will have all the same patterns. The price I think will be $240 for the new book.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Folded Up Shirt P0rn