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Washington Shirts. Oxford cloth. 100% cotton. This is important to specify in Korea as polyester doesn't carry the same stigma here as it does everywhere else.

 

I'm going in for a forward fitting tomorrow at B&T. I will have to check out their shirting, see if I can't find me a wide dress stripe gray and a pin stripe brown. I think these are definitely my two choices for shirts.

 

Thanks much Noodles' Good Natured Advice Thread.

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Washington Shirts. Oxford cloth. 100% cotton. This is important to specify in Korea as polyester doesn't carry the same stigma here as it does everywhere else.

how can i kop?
post #5118 of 37396
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

Grey dress stripes look great with navy:

You just made me want to go out and get a shirt just like that. Intentionally not spoiled. 

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


how can i kop?

I have to go to Korea every year. So maybe I can pick it up for you. :fonz:

I still regret NOT getting the wide spread collars. :censored: 

 

 

Dear Clags, I really liked this shirt. I believe you have butt load of these...

 

post #5120 of 37396
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You just made me want to go out and get a shirt just like that. Intentionally not spoiled. 

do it. for all the navy suits you wear i think you could get a lot of mileage from a shirt like that.
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I have to go to Korea every year. So maybe I can pick it up for you. fing02%5B1%5D.gif

but i want one NAOW!!!
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You just made me want to go out and get a shirt just like that. Intentionally not spoiled. 

It's the tie that I think is AWESOME! Anyone know its deets?

 

nvm: Drakes printed wool via The Armoury. 

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link for kopping?
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You can get fairly good shirts for 60-80 dollars a pop at Washington. Pretty happy with them. Rudals, when next you come, I suggest loading up on 5-6 there.

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You can get fairly good shirts for 60-80 dollars a pop at Washington. Pretty happy with them. Rudals, when next you come, I suggest loading up on 5-6 there.

AND DEFINITELY GOING WITH THE WIDE SPREAD COLLAR!!! :brick:

 

Last time that I had to go to this place by myself, I walked into what I thought was Washington's only to find out that it was the wrong shop. 

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 

Washington Shirts. Oxford cloth. 100% cotton. This is important to specify in Korea as polyester doesn't carry the same stigma here as it does everywhere else.

 

I'm going in for a forward fitting tomorrow at B&T. I will have to check out their shirting, see if I can't find me a wide dress stripe gray and a pin stripe brown. I think these are definitely my two choices for shirts.

 

Thanks much Noodles' Good Natured Advice Thread.


Please post fits with these when you get both, especially the thin stripe brown.

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link for kopping?

I've been searching and cannot find. I is sad.

Just know it is Drakes from tumblr. It was posted 2 years ago.

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You can get fairly good shirts for 60-80 dollars a pop at Washington. Pretty happy with them. Rudals, when next you come, I suggest loading up on 5-6 there.

get me one now. just like yours.
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I've been searching and cannot find. I is sad.
Just know it is Drakes from tumblr. It was posted 2 years ago.

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


get me one now. just like yours.
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Ugh...what are your neck and sleeve measurements? 

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Ugh...what are your neck and sleeve measurements? 

16.5/35

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