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^ On my wishlist and heading into a near-future order.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

^ On my wishlist and heading into a near-future order.

Great minds. Alll my Hobers are standard construction, but I requested untipped/hand rolled edges on this one.
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Edit: NM :)
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^^ I think you'll be pleased with the work on the hand-rolled edges.

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Thread Starter 

I'm happy with how Hober rolls.

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I've seen pictures and they look great.
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Quick question, any suggestions for buttons on a black/white POW (resolves to gray) suit?

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Quick question, any suggestions for buttons on a black/white POW (resolves to gray) suit?

Light gray plastic buttons
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I'd go with brown horn

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Thread Starter 

What sort of fabric? That's at least as important as the pattern.

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It's just a mid weight wool. Pal Zileri if it makes a difference. 

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Clags where did you get your shirts pre-Luxire. I don't see many cutaway collars in RTW.

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To :nest: or not to :nest:

 

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I used to press shirts when my parents owned a dry cleaners.

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I have almost the exact same pattern in a Kamakura shirt. I never ever wear it. Ever.

 

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http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0109/6372/products/ALB-9051_01_1024x1024.jpeg?v=1410010630

 

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I think I have that same Kamakura shirt. I wear it pretty often, so I guess ymmv.
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