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Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. Sterling Gillette

    Sterling Gillette Distinguished Member

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    I like the shape of those cuffs, banis!
     


  2. banis

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    banis: Nice!
    I like the shape of those cuffs, banis!
    Thanks!
    Bottom left: fabric?
    Frankly - I don't remember. Initially I chose fabric from the Romentino book, but they ran out of it and offered something similair. I may ask if it has been put on the file anywhere.
    The top picture is Simmonot-Godard (or at least what I was told).
     


  3. forex

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    Banis,nice stuff. But why so much tie space?
     


  4. banis

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    Banis,nice stuff. But why so much tie space?
    For the phatty knot probably. I don't know why. Almost all the Finamore's collars have such a feature.
     


  5. P-K-L

    P-K-L Distinguished Member

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    Banis,nice stuff. But why so much tie space?

    Over here huge knots are the rage...

    [​IMG]
     


  6. NOBD

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    Frankly - I don't remember. Initially I chose fabric from the Romentino book, but they ran out of it and offered something similair. I may ask if it has been put on the file anywhere.

    Thanks. Interesting fabric.
     


  7. Cravate_Noire

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    Interesting. I've been contemplating the same for awhile, but am afraid my collars would start to fly. Any such issues?

    No, never...except I flip it...on purpose (what I never do).
     


  8. Cravate_Noire

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    For the phatty knot probably.
    I don't know why. Almost all the Finamore's collars have such a feature.


    You use triple FIH or the normal double full-Windsor to fill the hole?
     


  9. banis

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    You use triple FIH or the normal double full-Windsor to fill the hole?
    I know only how to tie FIH and a double FIH. That's all... [​IMG]
     


  10. Cravate_Noire

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    I know only how to tie FIH and a double FIH. That's all... [​IMG]

    I spot a lack of irony in your sense of humour.
     


  11. banis

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    I spot a lack of irony in your sense of humour.
    Yeah...[​IMG]
     


  12. Panzeraxe II

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    No, never...except I flip it...on purpose (what I never do).

    ?? I didn't get this - you flip your collar?
     


  13. Cravate_Noire

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    ?? I didn't get this - you flip your collar?


    Haha, you have to be somehow related to banis...or not a fan of irony [​IMG] .
    I don't, actually I am quite fuddy duddy and sometimes even pedantic.
    However, there are enough people who get their shirts that way so that they can flip it when they want...for them it some kind of cool "feature".
     


  14. Panzeraxe II

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    Haha, you have to be somehow related to banis...or not a fan of irony [​IMG] .
    I don't, actually I am quite fuddy duddy and sometimes even pedantic.
    However, there are enough people who get their shirts that way so that they can flip it when they want...for them it some kind of cool "feature".


    Ohhhhhhhhhhhh....
     


  15. jasonmarshalljazz

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    and whatever you do, don't put it in the dryer unless you want to give you 3 year old son the shirt.

    i learned this the HARD way.[​IMG]
     


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