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(ernest @ 15 Dec. 2004, 2:50)
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Originally Posted by Roy,15 Dec. 2004, 2:47
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Originally Posted by arvi,15 Dec. 2004, 2:22
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Originally Posted by Roy,15 Dec. 2004, 05:51
French Cuffs are considered stuffy here. Why not play around a bit with Naepolitan Cuffs for example?
never heard of these
I just ordered a shirt with a similar (Sea Island) fabric, except the blue is a bit darker. : With white Naepolitan cuffs: And a white extreme cutaway collar. Done by Barba, so the buttons are MOP instead of plastic and it will look a lot nicer than on the pics.
you can see on this picture that buttons are plastic?
These cuffs are from a dutch website, they use plastic buttons on their shirts
But you can see it on the picture?
post #17 of 18
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But you can  see it on the picture?
I can see that they look definitely of less quality than my Barba, Finamore or Borrelli buttons
post #18 of 18
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(ernest @ 15 Dec. 2004, 3:13) But you can  see it on the picture?
I can see that they look definitely of less quality than my Barba, Finamore or Borrelli buttons
how?
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