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post #91 of 37482

You'll grow to hate shirts 2 & 4. Shirt 3 will be the easiest for you to integrate into your wardrobe. I like Shirt 1 the best, but it is quite a bit bolder and so you will have to be more careful with your tie choice.

post #92 of 37482

Great feedback, HF. With all the solid ties that I have then I guess I won't have problem with shirt #1. 

post #93 of 37482

You will.  You will put it on with a navy suit and a solid blue tie and realise something is missing.  Whereas when you put #3 on with your navy suit and your new green pindot or burgundy neat, Styleforum will elevate you.

post #94 of 37482

Shirt #1 :decisions:Shirt #3

post #95 of 37482
Rudals, since you are a suit guy, you should really go for striped shirts that have more white than whatever other color is in the shirt, since suits are more formal, and shirts with higher white ratio are more formal. Since you are beginning, you should only be looking at blue and white striped shirts.

That being said, shirt 3 is where you need to start, that will be the easiest one to use without failing, and then shirt 1 would be next. End of debate. wink.gif

Interestingly enough, I just bought two almost identical shirts to 3 and 1, myself. smile.gif
post #96 of 37482
Thread Starter 
IIRC one of the shirts you picked up from Washington is similar to 3?

Also, if you ever pick up a charcoal suit, #1 will dominate
post #97 of 37482
How about a nice Bolo?

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post #98 of 37482

Clags, 

Both #1 & #3 were picked up from Washington. At least they're very similar if not identical. Maybe this was a futile exercise. 

post #99 of 37482
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How about a nice Bolo?
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:fu:

post #100 of 37482
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#YOLO
#BOLO
post #101 of 37482
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E.Zegna Trim Fit'

40% off!

 

Nice! 

 

I think estitchy should introduce to you to Borrelli. I guess when you try one you would not stop buying Borrelli's. :lol:

post #102 of 37482

My thing with shirts is that I have to be careful when buying because I could end up with shirts that will bunch up around the waste. So far, the only shirt that fits me perfectly is Zegna Trim Fit. Sadly. 

post #103 of 37482
rudals, please confirm you saw my post and will follow my sage advice. tongue.gif
post #104 of 37482

which one, stitches?! There're so many. 

- Don't be so quick to delete my FAIL posts?

- The one about the shirts above?

- Or the one about saving up $ for the ring?

post #105 of 37482
LOLOLOLOLOL

there are so many, but i meant the one here about the shirts. biggrin.gif
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