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Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. jive

    jive New Member

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    Nice materials, looks great too! [​IMG]
     


  2. gusvs

    gusvs Senior member

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    Beautiful shirt. Which fabric is it made from?

    Thank you. I do not know exactly, it was from a "Finamore special" book, but I think it is Carlo Riva.
     


  3. mink31

    mink31 Senior member

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    The recent white shirt thread inspired me to take advantage of the great prices at TM Lewin. These just in:

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  4. WestIndianArchie

    WestIndianArchie Senior member

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    Probably not everyone's taste, but just got this...

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    I love "fancy" collars. Is this a Jantzen?
     


  5. penguin vic

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    Probably not everyone's taste, but just got this...

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    Nice. Not normally into contrast button stitching but this works. How does it button up though - the placement of the two buttons looks odd?
     


  6. romafan

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    Nice. Not normally into contrast button stitching but this works. How does it button up though - the placement of the two buttons looks odd?

    It may be for showin', not blowin'
     


  7. Shirtmaven

    Shirtmaven Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Probably not everyone's taste, but just got this...

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    this shirt looks so spring 2007.
     


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    Some recent purchases: [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


  9. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I like contrasting colored stitching for button holes. Red is a bit bright for me but I used to order Borrelli blue shirts with dark blue button holes and button thread.

    I think a white OCBD with red contrasting button holes could be fun to wear with a navy blazer.

    I love "fancy" collars. Is this a Jantzen?
     


  10. Mustapha

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    Probably not everyone's taste, but just got this...

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    Like this a lot.
     


  11. idfnl

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    Probably not everyone's taste, but just got this...

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    What shirt brand is this? Very nice...
     


  12. holymoly

    holymoly Well-Known Member

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    I love "fancy" collars. Is this a Jantzen?

    Nope. I made this from a Singaporean tailoring shop - Joe's.

    Nice. Not normally into contrast button stitching but this works. How does it button up though - the placement of the two buttons looks odd?

    Yes it's a bit odd, but it doesn't really bother me much.

    It may be for showin', not blowin'

    Well, buttoning only the lower collar button gives a bit more of a 'breathing' space when wearing a tie.

    this shirt looks so spring 2007.

    Oops.

    I like contrasting colored stitching for button holes. Red is a bit bright for me but I used to order Borrelli blue shirts with dark blue button holes and button thread.

    I think a white OCBD with red contrasting button holes could be fun to wear with a navy blazer.


    I think it will look pretty good. [​IMG] I've done a white shirt using black stitching for button holes and greyish square buttons. Again probably not to everyone's taste. [​IMG]

    Like this a lot.

    Thanks. I decided to be a bit adventurous.

    What shirt brand is this? Very nice...

    Erm...I went to my tailor and got it made. I forgot what brand the fabric belongs to.
     


  13. JoelF

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    I need to order some more of this
    Carl


    Just got nine more in from Hemrajani.

    Carl, what is your delivery time? And PB how long did Joe take for you? I really like the one shirt I've received so far from Mytailor (2 to come) but waiting a couple of months for shirts seems a bit excessive, especially when I have only the one shirt that really fits. [​IMG]
     


  14. Mad_Hatter

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    Picked up my first shirt from David's in Hong Kong this afternoon. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


  15. PandArts

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    nothing too special but I like them:

    [​IMG]
     


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