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H&K Slim Fit Shirts?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by TCN, Aug 19, 2008.

  1. TCN

    TCN Well-Known Member

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    Has anybody tried these? Thoughts on the fit?

    I was in the Jermyn Street store yesterday, and they had a precious few of these and said they'd be getting more in down the road. I'm between an H&K 15.5 and I think the 16 slim might be the perfect option (if they had more colors available). By the way, their regular shirts are on a bit of a sale, especially if you buy more than three.

    Service at H&K was wonderful, unlike the aloof non-English speaking service at a certain shirtmaker next door to them.
     
  2. Hobbs

    Hobbs Well-Known Member

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    I wore the white trim fit/spread collar in 15.5 for my wedding. It was by far the best fit I found for my frame amongst the multitude of different makes I tried on while over in London.

    I should have picked over more while I was over there - what other colours did you see in this style?
     
  3. TCN

    TCN Well-Known Member

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    Not much, that I recall . . . very few plain white poplins left, a bengal stripe, and a gorgeous blue end-on-end that they had in every size except mine. £79, not part of the current sale.
     

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