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Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. jasonmarshalljazz

    jasonmarshalljazz Senior member

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    why not + 10000

    its almost all i do
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  2. Artisan Fan

    Artisan Fan Senior member

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    ^That Maffeis shirt is superb.
     
  3. dv3

    dv3 Senior member

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    Not that I really care...but gingham seems very casual for double cuffs and I was wondering if you had a specific reason/preference for them. Apparently there is not one...it is a great looking gingham though.
     
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    518aata Senior member

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    Just picked up this Sid Mashburn MTM. Light blue end-on-end. Thinking of having it repeated in white and a lavender end-on-end if the sizing is nailed down after a couple of washes.

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    I had a shirt MTM at Sid's with the same EOE fabric, but with French cuffs. Very nice fabric and workmanship.
     
  5. ramuman

    ramuman Senior member

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    I had a shirt MTM at Sid's with the same EOE fabric, but with French cuffs. Very nice fabric and workmanship.
    I just ordered a white broadcloth variant yesterday. I was quite pleased with the sizing the first time and just made a minor tweak (1/8" shorter) to one sleeve. I think I'll have a couple OCBDs in a bengal stripe or gingham made when I come back after New Years.
     
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    why not + 10000

    its almost all i do


    Jason,
    That suit, shirt, and tie combo is fantastic! One of the most original and creative that I've seen.
    Details on the suit and its maker?
     
  7. clarinetplayer

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    Not that I really care...but gingham seems very casual for double cuffs and I was wondering if you had a specific reason/preference for them. Apparently there is not one...it is a great looking gingham though.


    Certainly, I would not wear such a shirt to an event or occasion that is formal or serious. But, for a lighter occasion, it just seemed like a fun thing to do. Call it "whimsical".
     
  8. forex

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    I just ordered a white broadcloth variant yesterday. I was quite pleased with the sizing the first time and just made a minor tweak (1/8" shorter) to one sleeve. I think I'll have a couple OCBDs in a bengal stripe or gingham made when I come back after New Years.

    I need to stop at the store and place some shirt orders as well. Do you know who makes their shirts? Are they made in the US? What is the price point?
     
  9. Artisan Fan

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    I had a shirt MTM at Sid's with the same EOE fabric, but with French cuffs. Very nice fabric and workmanship.

    Nice. I like Sid's shirts.
     
  10. jasonmarshalljazz

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    Jason,
    That suit, shirt, and tie combo is fantastic! One of the most original and creative that I've seen.
    Details on the suit and its maker?


    Details:
    suit = Mr Ned
    shirt = CEGO
    tie = Brook Brothers
    square = Century 21
    socks = Turnbull & Asser
    Braces = joseph A bank
    shoes = loake for charles tyrwhitt
     
  11. jamesbond

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    Details:
    suit = Mr Ned
    shirt = CEGO
    tie = Brook Brothers
    square = Century 21
    socks = Turnbull & Asser
    Braces = joseph A bank
    shoes = loake for charles tyrwhitt


    Nice! Carls got a good looking cut-away going there.
     
  12. clarinetplayer

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    why not + 10000

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    This is a WOW! picture. Very dashing; great flair!
     
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    I don't have a camera, so I have to squish it onto my scanner... This one was bought last summer; I've yet to cut/wear it: [​IMG]
     
  14. jasonmarshalljazz

    jasonmarshalljazz Senior member

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    This is a WOW! picture. Very dashing; great flair!

    thank you. you're too kind.
     
  15. teddieriley

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    Received a box in the mail yesterday from bespoke shirtmaker Freddy Vandecasteele. Beautiful as usual, and we got the fit down perfectly. I'll try for better pictures when I have more time. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  16. Artisan Fan

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    ^Looks like Freddy does nice work. Congratulations! An early Christmas present.
     
  17. malefic

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    That light blue striped shirt is beautiful! Is there any particular name for that kind of thing (like nautical stripe or something)?
     
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    wow....those look amazing, especially good choice on the collar shapes/ lack of tie space at the top. sweet.

     
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    just got these made yesterday, Merry X-Mas to me!
     
  20. windrunner

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    Beautiful shirts! I'm also in Philly, may I ask who made them...can't make out labels. Thanks
     

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