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Custom shirts... too much freedom for some people?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by inlandisland, May 14, 2010.

  1. inlandisland

    inlandisland Senior Member

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    I know a lot of people here use moderntailor, and I personally think they're great, but do people really choose options as extreme as these??

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    My Eyes! Dear Gods My Eyes!
     

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    texas_jack Stylish Dinosaur

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    I kind of like the last one. If the body was chambray it'd be perfect.
     

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    voxsartoria Goon member

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    Those are in the JAB catalog if anyone wants several.

    - B
     

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    Shirtmaven Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    I have made some odd looking shirts in the past ,but
    some of those are really painful
     

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    Good thing Modern Tailor doesn't have veto capablities, haha.
     

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    jpg of the day is appropriate here......

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    I'd wear that last one with a nice white tie & spectators.

    Er. Maybe not.
     

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    I know a lot of people here use moderntailor, and I personally think they're great, but do people really choose options as extreme as these??

    Ironic coming from your avatar...
     

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    They are good for walking around in a mirrored closet.
     

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    Harold falcon Stylish Dinosaur

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    Those are pretty horrific.
     

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    red120 Well-Known Member

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    Ouch.

    Probably more of them to show as a marketing example of how "different" they can make.. maybe.
     

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    It's funny you can see who ordered each shirt. Most of those are ordered by the same individual. There are also a bunch of those button down collared (with the button in the middle of the collar) shirts in the gallery that are just awful.

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    Wow, those are pretty horrid. I've always said that bespoke and custom clothing is not for the novice.

    Either that they've started giving discounts to NFL players.
     

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    I hope not, but I am sure that someone would wear those. I think they would work well to wipe down my patio furniture after cleaning.
     

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