Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. Kaplan

    Kaplan Senior member

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    ^ Very nice fabric TC.
     
  2. TC (Houston)

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    3 and 4 of first order. Pattern on left shirt is purple, sorry for crappy pic.

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    ^ Very nice fabric TC.

    Thanks!
     
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    Nice shirts,TC.Are you going to try any spread collars?
     
  5. TC (Houston)

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    Nice shirts,TC.Are you going to try any spread collars?
    Thanks man. Yes, I think I will specify wider spreads in my next order. These in the first order are actually medium spreads based on measurements of a bespoke shirt that I wore to the fitting, but I don't feel it's wide enough after wearing the test shirt a couple of times. Oh well, I suppose it's good to have some variety. Here was a photo of the test shirt in action, I'm pretty sure I would prefer a bit wider spread, but let me know what you think. [​IMG]
     
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    TC, from what is seen, a superb fitting shirt.

    Andrey
     
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    Nice, PG.

    Brown gingham is Canclini? Been thinking about one like that.
     
  9. Odd I/O

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    From my post about packing for a trip last month

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    Is that a Peter Lee shirt? And is that their standard button down? I'm thinking about getting some button downs from him and that looks like a great collar.
     
  10. Freddy Vandecasteele

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    Thanks man. Yes, I think I will specify wider spreads in my next order. These in the first order are actually medium spreads based on measurements of a bespoke shirt that I wore to the fitting, but I don't feel it's wide enough after wearing the test shirt a couple of times. Oh well, I suppose it's good to have some variety. Here was a photo of the test shirt in action, I'm pretty sure I would prefer a bit wider spread, but let me know what you think.

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    The vest looks good.
    The shirt is up to you

    Freddy Vandecasteele
     
  11. TC (Houston)

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    Interesting turn of events with shirts 5 and 6. My lovely wife saw the test shirt, and without my knowledge, had them change the collars on the orders she placed for these two. I haven't tried them on yet, but folded up, I much prefer the collars on these. We shall see.

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    Added bonus shot. My wife supports my obsession, but says I need to have some fun with it. I found both of these under the tree. Also a little symbolism with the dragons (my birth year).

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    [​IMG]

    This is Thomas Mason goldline buckingham right? I have the navy version of this. This is my favorite shirting collection by far, of all the ones I've tried - feels great, has just the right amount of body, and the patterns are right up my alley. I have about 50 designs on my shopping list.
     
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    This is Thomas Mason goldline buckingham right? I have the navy version of this. This is my favorite shirting collection by far, of all the ones I've tried - feels great, has just the right amount of body, and the patterns are right up my alley. I have about 50 designs on my shopping list.

    The fabric is decadent, but I have no idea. My wife sleceted these without any input (she patently ignores my pre selections/shopping list). I will ask for details next time I'm there. Gonna give this one a test run Tomorrow and can't wait!
     
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    Is that a Peter Lee shirt? And is that their standard button down? I'm thinking about getting some button downs from him and that looks like a great collar.

    Looks like PL to me.
     
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    Nice, PG.
    Brown gingham is Canclini? Been thinking about one like that.

    - Thomas Mason

    Is that a Peter Lee shirt? And is that their standard button down? I'm thinking about getting some button downs from him and that looks like a great collar.

    Looks like PL to me.
    - Nope - & nothing is standard at PL..
     

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