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  1. wowniceshirt

    Bespoke Suits and Narrow Shoulders

    I've sold a lot of bespoke Savile Row suits and i'd say 85% have incredibly narrow shoulders. And with that said, i've never had a customer return one because it didn't fit. Can anyone explain this to me? They measure narrow but fit like a glove from what i've been told.
  2. MZhammer

    Best Books on Mens Clothing?

    So I was hoping to get more reading material, coffee table books whatever that offer substance and real insight into men's clothing. I did a quick search and didn't see any threads specifically about this so apologies if it is a recurring thread. So far I have: 1. Gentleman: a Timless Guide to...
  3. tobiasj

    Beckham fail

  4. andreyb2

    A [coming] new book on history of Savile Row

    Gentlemen, Stumbled upon this an other day: http://www.amazon.com/Bespoke-Mens-F...4807345&sr=1-1. AFAIK, James Sherwood used to by a fashion writer; now he started to cover classic style and works as an archivist for Gieves & Hawkes. Sorry if this has been reported already. Andrey

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What is the most important handwork to have on a shirt?

  • Hand attached collar

    Votes: 16 30.2%
  • Handsewn button holes

    Votes: 17 32.1%
  • Hand finish on yolk and shoulders

    Votes: 20 37.7%

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