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Brands for soft collared shirts?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Kaplan, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. Kaplan

    Kaplan Senior member

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    Who makes a nice OTR, non BD shirt with a soft collar?

    Preferably with a slimmish fit, a medium spread collar and barrel cuffs.
     


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    Thanks.

    Does anyone know of any European makers?
     


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    Who makes a nice OTR, non BD shirt with a soft collar?

    Preferably with a slimmish fit, a medium spread collar and barrel cuffs.


    this is exactly what I want. I'm thinking of going to mytailor. If I might tag a question onto this thread: is it possible/advisable to ask for an unfused interlining?
     


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    Who makes a nice OTR, non BD shirt with a soft collar?

    Preferably with a slimmish fit, a medium spread collar and barrel cuffs.


    Please pardon my ignorance, but may I ask why you would want such a shirt? I can't think of any situation where I would prefer a non bd soft collar shirt, but what do I know...
     


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    Ralph Lauren Black label is soft-ish for a standard dress shirt and satisfies your other requirements.
     


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    Please pardon my ignorance, but may I ask why you would want such a shirt? I can't think of any situation where I would prefer a non bd soft collar shirt, but what do I know...

    Many prefer this look. The collar the OP is looking for (I imagine) won't be quite as soft as you're assuming.
     


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