Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. Loudly

    Loudly Senior member

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    A brace of O'Flynns:

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  2. sartorialexecutive

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    A couple I had made for myself from Alumo fabrics
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  3. Eustace Tilley

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    A brace of O'Flynns:

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    Nice
     


  4. imwithtuxedo

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    Last couple of orders from Modern Tailor.
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  5. fritzl

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    ...

    not crazy about the cuff shape, though this is a personal preference.
     


  6. Panzeraxe II

    Panzeraxe II Senior member

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    Good call on the fabrics - that stripe in particular.
     


  7. sage_incognito

    sage_incognito Active Member

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    Here are some shirts from U.K.

    First shirts are somewhat expensive ones.
    Second shirts are cheaper yet nice ones.

    Can't believe all the five shirts, two pocketsquares and one tie are still cheaper than the two shirts. Quality-wise, I wouldn't say T&A is worth that much price.
     


  8. Odd I/O

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    Last couple of orders from Modern Tailor.

    Which collar is that and which size? It looks like the Classic collar in medium.
     


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    A brace of O'Flynns:

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    The collar shape looks similar to the standard H & K collar.
    Am I correct?
     


  10. imwithtuxedo

    imwithtuxedo Senior member

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    Which collar is that and which size? It looks like the Classic collar in medium.

    It is the medium cut away.
     


  11. clarinetplayer

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    A brace of O'Flynns:

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    Lucky you!![​IMG]
     


  12. Loudly

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    Don't know, as I don't know Hilditch well enough. It's a slightly more spread version of the default version he wanted to give me. Frankly, after seeing the results I think he may have known better but I don't have any regrets.


    The collar shape looks similar to the standard H & K collar.
    Am I correct?
     


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    Folded up handmade porn, one of our soon to be available handmade shirts, fabric's Thomas Mason 120's [​IMG]

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    Folded up handmade porn, one of our soon to be available handmade shirts, fabric's Thomas Mason 120's [​IMG]

    Are those Ed's future offerings?
     


  15. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    Are those Ed's future offerings?

    No, I think Metkirk does a MTM/Custom shirt business. Looks good.
     


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