Oh god guys, you're going to give noodles a heart attack.
(Not that I disagree with you all or have an opinion at all (I don't))
Edited by ridethecliche - 3/3/15 at 8:29pm
I'm bumping this post from @macjedi which appeared on this thread a few weeks back and was not properly answered AFAIK.
Now I'm also thinking about placing an order with Proper Cloth. I just spent an hour or so measuring up all my favourite dress shirts very precisely and entering the results into my Proper Cloth profile. Now to select the fabric. For my first order I thought I'd start with a solid light blue fabric and the Milano II collar. Question is, which fabric? I don't work in the clothing industry and while I have a basic idea about the weaves, I actually don't know what broadcloth, end-on-end and pinpoint are.
What I do know is that my favourite shirts are quite lightweight have a very fine horizontal weave which I assume is poplin. Also, I sweat easily and need a fabric which breathes. (These two may be mutually exclusive for all I know.)
Also, is it a good idea to go for one of the more expensive fabrics? The four ranges are $0-100, $100-125, $125-150 and $150+. I thought I might try something from the $100-125 range, so my selection would be from Mercer light blue broadcloth PCF977, Mercer blue pinpoint PCF935 or Mercer light blue pinpoint PCF836. But Wikipedia tells me that pinpoint is a type of Oxford cloth, suited to more casual shirts.
Admittedly I am now confused.
More like, Noodles bought a nice suit and wants his body to be in the best condition possible before taking it to the tailor.
That's just one picture. That suit was sold because of the shoulder width, as well as it having everything slimmed down. Time and time again, people were downing that suit.