Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Brigden, Dec 3, 2007.
Sleeves yes, cuffs no. ( too cheap/lazy to get a sleeve board) Those damn shirts should feel lucky to be ironed at all!
Sames - yes on the sleeve, no on the cuff - as a matter of practicality more than anything though I don't ming the look.
No crease in the sleeves. Although I do have a sleeve board, I use it mostly on the cuffs and not the sleeves. It's quicker and easier for me to iron the sleeves without a crease and not use the board.
Re: Crease: Sleeve no, cuff no. I iron the cuff with a 'curve', so it's not flat.
OT: I recently had sleeves shortened on a suit and the jacket came back with a crease at the end of the sleeves. I kind of like it. I notice Prince Charles sometimes has this.
Like his left sleeve here
Sleeves yes, cuffs depends ...
French & double: NO
Sleeves yes, cuffs no.
Why? /shrug - it looks best to me.
I always ironed a crease on the sleeves when I ironed my shirts.
sleeves yes, cuffs no
No. I specifically try to avoid it.
Sleeve yes. No where else.
Sleeves no, cuffs no. I specifically iron out any crease or wrinkles on the top of the sleeve.
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