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Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. banis

    banis Senior member

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    No, I think Metkirk does a MTM/Custom shirt business. Looks good.
    Mafoofan will probably like those.

    Wet shirt porn:
    And, of course, wet balls:
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    God, I love it when the wife does laundry.
     


  2. metkirk

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    No, I think Metkirk does a MTM/Custom shirt business. Looks good.
    Yep, I do RTW also. That is one of the RTW ones. @banis: I'm hoping a lot more people will like it, considering the price's like... 1/3rd of Anna Matuozzo's bespoke.
     


  3. banis

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    Yep, I do RTW also. That is one of the RTW ones.

    @banis: I'm hoping a lot more people will like it, considering the price's like... 1/3rd of Anna Matuozzo's bespoke.


    Will you disclose any more details?
    Or time has not yet come to reveal your goods?
     


  4. metkirk

    metkirk Senior member

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    Will you disclose any more details?
    Or time has not yet come to reveal your goods?


    I can tell you that our shirts feature a lot of handwork. It's on the yoke's front and back seams, inside collar band, front placket (French front) and armhole seams. All button holes and gussets are hand sewn. The hem's hand-rolled. Hand sewn bar tack on sleeve placket too. Sleeve setting's pitched forward like that of a jacket. In terms of customization there's everything you'll find in bespoke. The only thing that I'm not offering is the shirring seen on AM's and Kiton's shirts.
     


  5. Odd I/O

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    I can tell you that our shirts feature a lot of handwork. It's on the yoke's front and back seams, inside collar band, front placket (French front) and armhole seams. All button holes and gussets are hand sewn. The hem's hand-rolled. Hand sewn bar tack on sleeve placket too. Sleeve setting's pitched forward like that of a jacket. In terms of customization there's everything you'll find in bespoke. The only thing that I'm not offering is the shirring seen on AM's and Kiton's shirts.

    Sounds promising. Please let us know when you decide to launch your new venture.
     


  6. Eustace Tilley

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    how does that collar look on with a tie?
     


  8. Eustace Tilley

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    how does that collar look on with a tie?

    Looks pretty nice I think - will snap a pic tomorrow and post it up. Its definitely wider than a regular spread, but not to the degree of a full cutaway. Also relatively high (1.75" on the back).
     


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    That Brown and Blue stripe is nice...in fact, I have a few of my winter grey flannel lined with it.
     


  10. Eustace Tilley

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    ^ Thanks, but its actually a navy + blue stripe.
     


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    whnay. Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Looks pretty nice I think - will snap a pic tomorrow and post it up. Its definitely wider than a regular spread, but not to the degree of a full cutaway. Also relatively high (1.75" on the back).


    Nice collar, I like the striped blue one, how much are those with your permission and differences with a neapolitan brand ?
     


  14. Eustace Tilley

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    ^ Nice. Is that a gray stripe?
     


  15. Eustace Tilley

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    Nice collar, I like the striped blue one, how much are those with your permission and differences with a neapolitan brand ?

    Thanks. Geneva starts around ~$250 and goes up from there.

    Didn't understand the second-half of your question - which Neapolitan brand?
     


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