Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. Cantabrigian

    Cantabrigian Senior member

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    The rest of the gang - I'm pretty proud of how (relatively) conservative I kept the cloth choices.

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    Closeups of a couple favorites:
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  2. Mildly Consumptive

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    I know there's a special dispensation for hanging shirts, but are shirts draped on furniture acceptable? Can we get a ruling here?

    Oh, by the way, nice shirt.


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  3. Mildly Consumptive

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    The rest of the gang - I'm pretty proud of how (relatively) conservative I kept the cloth choices.

    We need fabric details.
     


  4. The_Foxx

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    I know there's a special dispensation for hanging shirts, but are shirts draped on furniture acceptable? Can we get a ruling here?

    Oh, by the way, nice shirt.


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    I shall attempt to iron and fold the shirt for proper posting when I receive it this week[​IMG]
     


  5. EL72

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    The rest of the gang - I'm pretty proud of how (relatively) conservative I kept the cloth choices.

    I like them but I think your ratio of solids/stripes/checks needs more checks and less stripes.
     


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  7. Cantabrigian

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    We need fabric details.

    The bottom two are Monti cotton-linens.

    The top row is all TM Silverline except for the second to the right and the candy striped royal oxford - those are Monti.

    I like them but I think your ratio of solids/stripes/checks needs more checks and less stripes.

    I go back and forth. The pendulum has definitely swung towards stripes lately but I'm sure that will change.

    The cotton-linens only come in stripes and solids so not much choice there. [​IMG]
     


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    their fashionability lies in their minimalism
     


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    A little contribution for thread to keep it going..
     


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    A little contribution for thread to keep it going..


    WHo could find fault with beautiful classics like that?
     


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    Well played...
     


  12. Mildly Consumptive

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    First shirt from a new (to me) shirtmaker. Fabric is Thomas Mason silver line. Slightly jarring lack of pattern-matching on the placket.


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  13. Eustace Tilley

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    Nice. Who made those?
     


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    Very nice. Maker?
     


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    A little contribution for thread to keep it going..


    Where did you buy your shirts? I love that collar.
     


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