Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. The_Foxx

    The_Foxx Senior member

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    yep-- i always get a pocket on my shirts, unless they come RTW without. I carry a pen in that pocket, or the church offering envelope like my father has always done. a personal detail for me, I guess.
     




  2. Kent Wang

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    Nice choice of buttons. Gives the white shirts a bit more punch. I'll have to try that myself sometime.
     


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    Nice choice of buttons. Gives the white shirts a bit more punch. I'll have to try that myself sometime.

    What color are the buttons? I kind of think they make it look liek a chef's shirt.
     


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    Ten new shirts from Geneva picked up today...[​IMG]

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  5. chorse123

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    Bottom left has the overlapping collar that plagued my shirt. Why do they do this? Or doest it just look that way because it is not being worn?

    I like the patterns.
     


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    Bottom left has the overlapping collar that plagued my shirt. Why do they do this? Or doest it just look that way because it is not being worn?

    I like the patterns.


    Thanks J. No overlap problem, just smashed up a bit from bringing them home in a shopping bag.
     


  7. Cantabrigian

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    ^^^ I really like the fabric on the top right.
     


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    ^^^ I really like the fabric on the top right.

    Thanks. That one is a pink/blue check, 140s cloth, I think.

    I ordered 4 flannel checks yesterday, perfect for fall.[​IMG]
     


  9. chorse123

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    I ordered 4 flannel checks yesterday, perfect for fall.[​IMG]

    Did you order from a book? The two they're making for me now are fall checks. Can't wait. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    I'm going to have them do some OCDBs. [​IMG]
     


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    Did you order from a book? The two they're making for me now are fall checks. Can't wait. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    I did. Three are from the new Alumo book and one is TM Gold line.[​IMG]

    All of mine are spread collar, though. I really like the soft roll of Borrelli and Barba BDCs, so I'm going to stick with them for pure sportshirts.
     


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    I did. Three are from the new Alumo book and one is TM Gold line.[​IMG]

    All of mine are spread collar, though. I really like the soft roll of Borrelli and Barba BDCs, so I'm going to stick with them for pure sportshirts.


    After debating button down, I got mine with a wide spread (and a pocket). A bit of a mongrel but I couldn't care less. I'll wear them with sportcoats and ties, as well as just sweaters. The button down that Geneva made for me with that linen/cotton is nice, but I don't love it.
     


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    After debating button down, I got mine with a wide spread (and a pocket). A bit of a mongrel but I couldn't care less. I'll wear them with sportcoats and ties, as well as just sweaters. The button down that Geneva made for me with that linen/cotton is nice, but I don't love it.

    I went the same way with mine J. No pocket and French cuffs on one, though. I'm a big fan a very soft rolling collar for BCDs and I didn't think they could improve on what's available.

    Nice shirts Andrew. [​IMG]

    Thanks L, though much of the pattern detail is lost. I'll try to take some close-ups soon.
     


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