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Dialing in fit for shirt

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Hi everyone,

Long time lurker, first time poster! Looking to dress better, and decided to start with shirting. I'm hoping that the sharp eyes on this forum might be able to give some suggestions to help me dial in the fit (and style) of a staple dress shirt to build the foundations of a wardrobe.

The images of the shirt below are of my first shirt from Proper Cloth. I have a shirt coming from Luxire as well, and will post a comparison review once it comes in.

They'll remake the first shirt for free, so please give all the feedback you've got. Might as well make the next one perfect!

In addition to fit adjustments, I welcome any comments on the style. I'm still unsure about fused/unfused collars, or the style of spread, etc. All feedback welcome!

Thanks in advance!

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