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Those don't really exist.

I mean, wait.

Those don't really exist, do they?
post #3 of 231
Beautiful pattern matching. How are the buttons?
post #4 of 231
spread collar?
post #5 of 231
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spread collar?

The white one is a cutaway. The other two are more moderate spreads.
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How are the buttons?

Best in the biz. Very thick MOP, nice rounded shape, easy to get through the buttonholes, unlike those Altoids that Borrelli uses. Like little precious stones, which I suppose they sort of are.
post #7 of 231
how is the handwork ?
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I voted for the bad one... not because I think you are a liar or that you are shilling for Kabbaz... but because I enjoy being contrary. Enjoy your $600 shirts, I'm going back to sleep on my matress on the floor of my room after I make the last packet of Ramen in my cabinet.
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I voted for the bad one... not because I think you are a liar or that you ar shilling for Kabbaz... but because I enjoy being contrary.

LabelKing will vote for that one too, and probably mafoofan and one or two others.

I do appreciate the vote of confidence from you, though!
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how is the handwork ?

The hand shanking of the buttons is outstanding. Cross stitched and wrapped at least four times for each button. Another NY shirt maker will use these buttons if you ask them, but they charge $50 extra for that, and use a parallel stitch with no shank. The threads unravelled pretty quickly.
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LabelKing will vote for that one too, and probably mafoofan and one or two others.

I do appreciate the vote of confidence from you, though!

I'd vote contrary just because of those awful hangers.
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I'd vote contrary just because of those awful hangers.

I wasn't raised by Joan Crawford.
post #13 of 231
Manton,

Can you take some close ups of the sleeve-shoulder joint? and the collar?
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unlike those Altoids that Borrelli uses

Hilarious!

and true.
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The white one is a cutaway. The other two are more moderate spreads.

un-trad?
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