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Has anybody ever bought one of their shirts with a contrastic white collar and white cuffs? I think I'm going to take the plunge and buy one in gingham - What do you guys think?

 

Generally not a fan of that look, but to each his own, I guess.

post #2687 of 3216

Thanks for the input. What occasions are those shirts generally for anyways?

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Business. Made famous in the banking industry.
post #2689 of 3216
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Has anybody ever bought one of their shirts with a contrastic white collar and white cuffs? I think I'm going to take the plunge and buy one in gingham - What do you guys think?

White collar and cuffs with gingham might look weird. That contrast look is usually done with a solid blue shirt.
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You guys are obviously more fashion minded than I am. I thought the below picture looked kind of cool =/

 

http://a248.e.akamai.net/origin-cdn.volusion.com/wqyuj.hsjue/v/vspfiles/photos/PDR81319-2.jpg?1330290101

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You guys are obviously more fashion minded than I am. I thought the below picture looked kind of cool =/

http://a248.e.akamai.net/origin-cdn.volusion.com/wqyuj.hsjue/v/vspfiles/photos/PDR81319-2.jpg?1330290101

Are you in high school or college? This shirt would not be acceptable in pretty much any office that wants their employees to wear suits.
post #2692 of 3216

Lol, unfortunately none =/

 

Well I was thinking more of like a formal event like a wedding versus @ the office.

post #2693 of 3216
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Lol, unfortunately none =/

 

Well I was thinking more of like a formal event like a wedding versus @ the office.

 

Those shirts pretty much have no place anywhere except Wall Street circa 1982.  

 

People who wear contrast collar/cuff shirts essentially are walking around telling the world "this is my first attempt to dress like a big boy."

post #2694 of 3216
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Lol, unfortunately none =/

Well I was thinking more of like a formal event like a wedding versus @ the office.

Just as bad, unless it is a 1920s gangster themed las vegas wedding.
post #2695 of 3216

Well said guys. Thanks for the input and advice, I won't get one =)

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Originally Posted by udt123 View Post

Lol, unfortunately none =/

 

Well I was thinking more of like a formal event like a wedding versus @ the office.

 

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Originally Posted by udt123 View Post

You guys are obviously more fashion minded than I am. I thought the below picture looked kind of cool =/

 

http://a248.e.akamai.net/origin-cdn.volusion.com/wqyuj.hsjue/v/vspfiles/photos/PDR81319-2.jpg?1330290101

lol...I wouldn't disrespect a bride by wearing that to a wedding. If you want to wear it on your personal time, then go for it, but show a little courtesy, and wear it only at night.

post #2697 of 3216

Iam intending to down a similar path' except blue and white stripes. However im doing it as a mini homage to gordan gecko.

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My charcoal suit/spread collar shirt right out of the box
I'm pretty pleased with the fit, although I like a little more taper through the leg opening.

http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s526/kyleisraaddd/C03280BD-789C-44D8-BEB7-9CA84137708B-4363-0000070CE5BA32F8.jpg
(I am not able to embed via my iPad for some reason)

Is it just me or does quite a bit of shirt cuff show? I figured since both shirt and suit were Indochino it would be about 1/4"
post #2699 of 3216
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My charcoal suit/spread collar shirt right out of the box
I'm pretty pleased with the fit, although I like a little more taper through the leg opening.
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s526/kyleisraaddd/C03280BD-789C-44D8-BEB7-9CA84137708B-4363-0000070CE5BA32F8.jpg
(I am not able to embed via my iPad for some reason)
Is it just me or does quite a bit of shirt cuff show? I figured since both shirt and suit were Indochino it would be about 1/4"

 

Mate, that looks pretty damn good!

 

I would like my suit to look like this.

post #2700 of 3216
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Originally Posted by udt123 View Post

Has anybody ever bought one of their shirts with a contrastic white collar and white cuffs? I think I'm going to take the plunge and buy one in gingham - What do you guys think?

 

I wouldn't be caught dead in one of those shirts, but that's just me.

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