BB Made in USA Luxury Shirt Question (pics included)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by furo, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. furo

    furo Senior member

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    I recently started buying up a few of these BB Made in US luxury shirts on clearance. One of them happens to be a standard white egyptian cotton shirt (woven in italy) with a fairly fine (thin) fabric compared to any of my other BB shirts.

    For those with this type or similar shirt, is this the typical amount of wrinkling you experience midway through the work day?

    This shirt has not been laundered or starched in any way, but I did iron it quite a bit by hand prior to its first wear.

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    suited Senior member

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    I have some of their luxury dress shirts and the cotton always wrinkles this way (both thin and thick fabric). I also have a few MTM heavy cotton shirts that do the same, and a few OTC cotton shirts that follow suit. Some of the fabrics are the MTM are really great, but I think this wrinkling comes with the territory sometimes.
     
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  3. furo

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    Shirts wrinkle. its natural and this.one looks.fine
     

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