Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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  1. Manton

    Manton RINO Dubiously Honored

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    I just picked up maybe the nicest shirt I've ever gotten, a pale aquamarine blue and white butcher stripe in linen-cotton. I've already unfolded it, though.

    Tip Top cloth, before anyone askes. CEGO has it if you want one of your own.
     


  2. NOBD

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    Pics anyway, please. I like pale blue-white stripes.
     


  3. Panzeraxe II

    Panzeraxe II Senior member

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    I just picked up maybe the nicest shirt I've ever gotten, a pale aquamarine blue and white butcher stripe in linen-cotton. I've already unfolded it, though.

    Tip Top cloth, before anyone askes. CEGO has it if you want one of your own.


    Sounds nice. How about some pics?
     


  4. Ataturk

    Ataturk Senior member

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    He's already unfolded it, people.
     


  5. Eustace Tilley

    Eustace Tilley Senior member

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    Some more. Sorry - no idea why the pics continue to display horizontally

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  6. Eustace Tilley

    Eustace Tilley Senior member

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    Manton: Folded or not, some pics would be great. Always looking to get more fabric ideas.
     


  7. gdl203

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    What fabric is that one?
     


  8. NOBD

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    What fabric is that one?

    + the brown stripe?
     


  9. Eustace Tilley

    Eustace Tilley Senior member

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    Blue = Acorn Grange
    Brown = Acorn / Classic Windsor
     


  10. Eustace Tilley

    Eustace Tilley Senior member

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  11. edmorel

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    I just picked up maybe the nicest shirt I've ever gotten, a pale aquamarine blue and white butcher stripe in linen-cotton. I've already unfolded it, though.

    Tip Top cloth, before anyone askes. CEGO has it if you want one of your own.


    yeah, I saw that one. I kopped some Rubinalli and Gran----whatever it is. Also a Sic Tess. My stuff is similar to ET's, we have similar tastes.
     


  12. NOBD

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    something new...

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    From this book?

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  13. Sterling Gillette

    Sterling Gillette Senior member

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    Hey, what about mine?
    Depends on where one lives. Finamore makes much more sense when in Italy. But then, there are countless shirtmakers in Italy who do very good work.

    The reason is a bit mad, since Amir (one of the sons) speaks English (und vielleicht auch Deutsch), but improving your Nederlands is an excellent idea. (Not that I'm saying you need to do better than you already do"”I wouldn't know.)

    But 'faster' implies you're already improving it? Let me know if I can help. (Shirt=shirt, collar=boord.)

    Btw: I don't think it's a club collar, because the points are sharp and not rounded. Does that make sense?

    That made sense if I didn't refer to a collar they hav on their website.
    Ja, op het moment ben ik Nederlands aan het leren omdat ik het for mijn studium gebruiken kan. But I am far from being able to say all the little things I would need to be able to say in order to survive where you live.
     


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    That made sense if I didn't refer to a collar they hav on their website.

    Ah...


    Ja, op het moment ben ik Nederlands aan het leren omdat ik het for mijn studium gebruiken kan. But I am far from being able to say all the little things I would need to be able to say in order to survive where you live.

    Gar nicht schlecht, SG! I am sure you would survive over here with Dutch like that. Nuances in foreign languages will always be difficult, I guess.
     


  15. Cravate_Noire

    Cravate_Noire Senior member

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    Why should it make more sense, except for the better price?
    In Italy I would probably wander around and check out the loacals, like I always do.
    I'm an adventurer.

    Depends on where one lives. Finamore makes much more sense when in Italy. But then, there are countless shirtmakers in Italy who do very good work.


    That made sense if I didn't refer to a collar they hav on their website.
    Ja, op het moment ben ik Nederlands aan het leren omdat ik het for mijn studium gebruiken kan. But I am far from being able to say all the little things I would need to be able to say in order to survive where you live.
     


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