Folded Up Shirt P0rn

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, May 23, 2007.

  1. Eustace Tilley

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    Custom shirtmaker in Philly.

    never heard of them. You should post your thoughts and stuff since there are always people outside of the "major" cities looking for tailors/shirtmakers etc. Aren't you in NYC though?
     


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    never heard of them. You should post your thoughts and stuff since there are always people outside of the "major" cities looking for tailors/shirtmakers etc. Aren't you in NYC though?

    Good point - I'll do so in a seperate thread.

    Yup - I am in NYC, but I've been traveling to Philly consistently to work on a deal and do some recruiting for the firm. Figured I'd order some shirts while I was there.
     


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    fwiw, normal cuffs are a waste of money.
     


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    fwiw, normal cuffs are a waste of money.

    No.
     


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    fwiw, normal cuffs are a waste of money.

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    fwiw, normal cuffs are a waste of money.

    Why?
     


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    Why?

    lack of "elegance"
     


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    lack of "elegance"

    Ok. I disagree, but then I do prefer that cuff type.
     


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    lack of "elegance"

    I´m with you. I´ll never ask for a MTM shirt with normal cuffs.

    I only got those when is Ready made one and I like the shirt.
     


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    I´m with you. I´ll never ask for a MTM shirt with normal cuffs.

    I only got those when is Ready made one and I like the shirt.


    I don't order one-button cuffs either, but I would hardly call them a "waste of money."
     


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    Ok. I disagree, but then I do prefer that cuff type.

    fine, you wear them.
     


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    I don't order one-button cuffs either, but I would hardly call them a "waste of money."

    probably, i should have said on custom made shirts. thought this was clear...
     


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    probably, i should have said on custom made shirts. thought this was clear...

    My response was assuming you meant custom shirts. They're not my preference, but they're hardly a waste of $. Its like saying a plain navy blazer from A&S, or a pair of black oxfords from Cleverley, are a waste of money.
     


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