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In my opinion collar one fits you better, handles a tie better, and has beautiful curves. Collar 2 looks like a regular old collar to me from any RTW shirt.

 

Thanks, I appreciate your thoughts.  Curious if others feel the same way.

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The camera angles seem to be different, so I'm hesitant to draw conclusions.
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That would be shopthefinest.com. I would say 90% +/- of my dress shirts are from there.

Ah of course! I have bought quite a lot of stuff from there too. I love his eBay store.
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Ah of course! I have bought quite a lot of stuff from there too. I love his eBay store.

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I am still waiting for my Formosa shirts.

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

I know that I look my sharpest in a white dress shirt. It must be an Asian thing.

But looking at the colors available, even ones below, I am having trouble picturing myself in anything other than a white or a baby blue. I might do a light gray. I know pink is useful if done right. 

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Sand, light gray, and lilac look good to me too.

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Sand, light gray, and lilac look good to me too.

All look turrble. Do not kop. Danger danger.
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This^
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All look turrble. Do not kop. Danger danger.

 

Embrace color. You're human, not a dog!

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Thread Starter 

I'd be happy with something a third of the way from white to bone.

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Embrace color. You're human, not a dog!

I love color. More than many perhaps. But not only are those shirts clearly absolute crap quality, and undoubtedly over priced, the color of each and every one of those shirts is just bad. Too saturated or just plain ugly. I have red shirts, purple shirts, brown shirts, blue shirts (obvi) of many a shade and hue, and working on green and red. All the same, those colored shirts are horrible and have no place on the back of any well dressed man.
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I love color. More than many perhaps. But not only are those shirts clearly absolute crap quality, and undoubtedly over priced, the color of each and every one of those shirts is just bad. Too saturated or just plain ugly. I have red shirts, purple shirts, brown shirts, blue shirts (obvi) of many a shade and hue, and working on green and red. All the same, those colored shirts are horrible and have no place on the back of any well dressed man.

I put up the picture only for the sake of discussing colors.

Kalm down. 

Can we do a FC with non-blue and non-white shirt?

 

I think we have a similar issue with shoes too.

Shoes are either brown or black. Why?

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I'm wearing red shoes today.

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Shoes can easily be navy. Not a hard color to use. You also have gray and green, but they are much harder colors to use well, and that usually only happens with a person who dresses well and has an extensive shoe collection to the point that beyond every basic and non basic black and brown, they branch out to other more obscure colors.

Im plenty calm, Noodles, but I had to speak the truth.
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Do those shirts have buttons that are the same color as well? :o

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