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post #1351 of 1607


so its not the soft bd......? soft ivy or colorado.....Ive never ever seen the std bd..lol...

 

looks nice

 

its a really nice fit,,,,if u go too tight down lo it may grab your love handles a bit too much.....but I see the area you want trimmer...

post #1352 of 1607
I'd add to the midsection, wouldn't consider reducing.
post #1353 of 1607
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Originally Posted by shirtsnob View Post
 

JFetter

 

is that a single or double pleat forearm?.....they do look a bit tight there....

 

tuck shirt in a bit better and we can judge better...and u could iron it.

 

 

Thanks, the arms are single pleat.

Sleeve Width 8.25

Cuff Circumference 8.25

 

Still waiting to hear from PC on resizing.

post #1354 of 1607
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Originally Posted by JFetter View Post
 

 

Thanks, the arms are single pleat.

Sleeve Width 8.25

Cuff Circumference 8.25

 

Still waiting to hear from PC on resizing.

u will need a dbl pleat fo sho

post #1355 of 1607

Which collar is the one that stands up the tallest? Usually use magnets and metal collar stays to get the look, but would prefer a natural collar. 

post #1356 of 1607
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Originally Posted by aspasp View Post

Which collar is the one that stands up the tallest? Usually use magnets and metal collar stays to get the look, but would prefer a natural collar. 

Believe it's the Milano....I'm wearing it here

post #1357 of 1607
^ agreed. Although I've found that the Roma spread also stands tall.



But I have a Milano II (I don't have any pictures of myself wearing it) that I really enjoy wearing without a tie.
post #1358 of 1607
Is it 'normal' to get pull lines on the second button when the top button is undone? [because the top button isn't anchoring everything together]. It seems that no matter how large i make the chest, or yoke it still happens. I'm wondering id anyone had similar issue:

Here is an example: http://i.imgur.com/NeHXUPtt.jpg
post #1359 of 1607
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


Believe it's the Milano....I'm wearing it here

​that looks very sharp............what Milano exactly?.......soft    spread? 

post #1360 of 1607
Anyone have a need to try the 3 pleat arm option yet?
post #1361 of 1607
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Originally Posted by bigsink View Post

Is it 'normal' to get pull lines on the second button when the top button is undone? [because the top button isn't anchoring everything together]. It seems that no matter how large i make the chest, or yoke it still happens. I'm wondering id anyone had similar issue:

Here is an example: http://i.imgur.com/NeHXUPtt.jpg


could be your shoulder slope

http://propercloth.com/reference/select-optimal-dress-shirt-shoulder-slope/

post #1362 of 1607
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Originally Posted by SimplyStylin View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by bigsink View Post

Is it 'normal' to get pull lines on the second button when the top button is undone? [because the top button isn't anchoring everything together]. It seems that no matter how large i make the chest, or yoke it still happens. I'm wondering id anyone had similar issue:

Here is an example: http://i.imgur.com/NeHXUPtt.jpg


could be your shoulder slope

http://propercloth.com/reference/select-optimal-dress-shirt-shoulder-slope/


I'm currently using sloping shoulder, because it adds room to the tiny armholes. Perhaps I can try without it. PC lacks the ability to customize armholes I think I'm out of luck. I've enlarged the chest/arms/yoke/beck back all larger than I'd like and still have problems.
post #1363 of 1607
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Originally Posted by SimplyStylin View Post

Anyone have a need to try the 3 pleat arm option yet?

Yes. Changed my settings to include it. It's nice. I recently acquired a couple shirts with it and have a couple more on the way. If you rock climb or just have disproportionately large Popeye forearms I highly recommend it!
post #1364 of 1607
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Originally Posted by shirtsnob View Post

​that looks very sharp............what Milano exactly?.......soft    spread? 
It looks like the regular Milano II which is a fused collar. Also the biggest collar PC offers.
All collars with "Roma" in the name are based off it but slightly smaller in height and only have one button instead of two.
post #1365 of 1607
It's Murl, so I'd bet Roma
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