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post #31 of 35
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The shirts I have don't match stripes
If the stripes don't even match on the yoke, you might as well use the shirt as a shoe shine rag. That's disgraceful.
post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by ernest,Mar. 04 2005,12:55
The shirts I have don't match stripes
If the stripes don't even match on the yoke, you might as well use the shirt as a shoe shine rag.  That's disgraceful.
They do on the yoke and cuffs And they do not even make single needle stitching so I do not understand why so much people like this brand more than H&K.
post #33 of 35
FYI, Barba fans: Ian Daniels told me he just received 200 shirts.
post #34 of 35
I have a couple shirts by Emile Lafaurie. They have a slim fit and nice collars, but not the best construction. Not really business wear, but slightly different than the usual. Lafaurie shirts
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 Most likely, most bespoke clients are of a larger girth (I believe most people go bespoke because they have serious fit issues with RTW; those who do it because they love the control, etc. are probably in the minority).  
Well, this is certainly a provocative and apparently original belief.
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