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Reduced -- New Thom Browne Blue OCBD Grosgrain TB1 TB2 MSRP $425

Color
  1. Blue
Universal Size
  1. XS
  2. S
New Thom Browne Blue Oxford Cloth Button Down Collar with Grosgrain Placket. Retail $425.

$64 shipped to US address.

TB1 measures 14.5-31, 19.5 inches across chest.
TB2 15-33, 21.

These shirts are all brand new, never worn but have been professionally laundered and pressed. I did this because they were badly wrinkled when I got them and also because I knew that washing would make the area on the chest where the pockets were removed less conspicuous.

All of these shirts have the following description:
1. Small snag near collar point button, apparently caused by defective machinery in the factory. Pictured.
2. Removed chest pocket with slight disruption of fabric from stitching. This is barely visible now and will become less visible and the shirt is washed and worn. Pictured below.
3. Different panels have been cut from different lots of cloth. For example some of the sleeve cuffs are a slightly different shade from the sleeve and some of the front panels are different on the left and right. See photos. This is so subtle that you probably would have never noticed it and I'm sure that it will never be noticed when worn. It may not be visible at all in the pictures.
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