Since a nice shirt came into topic, I feel I have to mention this:
Turnbull and Asser, lets hear it. What makes them so special?
Are they held in such high esteem because they are seen as Britain's Premium shirt maker?
I will give you my take: They are remarkably average. If I hold a T&A shirt up against a Thomas Pink, I cannot tell any difference in quality. Sorry, I just do not see it. Up against an Lewin or CT, again, differences, if any, are slight. Yet T&A is premium price, Thomas Pink / Lewin / CT are sub $100 (Although Thomas Pink prices fluctuate into the 200's depending on shirt).
Originally Posted by barrelntrigger I usually don't pick up PRL shirts, but I found a guncheck with MOPs and fits me like a glove. It's so soft. Pics later.
That sounds like one of the good PRL shirts in terms of make. Check if it is made in Italy.
I do snag PRL shirts if I like them. I picked up a Red black plaid flannel the other day, made in China, but awesome looking.
Originally Posted by LooknGr8
Klobber, maybe it's time we reprise the "if and when it's appropriate to pass gas while thrifting" discussion. I think you had some legit justifications for pulling the trigger...sometimes you need some space.
Passing noxious vapors is great in principle, in practicality, those gases have to be synchronized with a particular event otherwise releasing them would be problematic. Learned my lesson in past never to force them, the results are sometimes requiring an urgent change of boxer shorts...