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Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. JohnnyCrockett

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    For me I am surprise Turnbull & Asser make this, this look better to the usual they make 6mm for collar! But the placket look ugly, stitch so close to button!
    For me my shirtmaker make smoking shirt edge stitch collar and cuff, all other shirt he make for me is 3mm, what I request!
     
  3. sartorialexecutive

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    For me I am surprise Turnbull & Asser make this, this look better to the usual they make 6mm for collar! But the placket look ugly, stitch so close to button!
    For me my shirtmaker make smoking shirt edge stitch collar and cuff, all other shirt he make for me is 3mm, what I request!


    The placket is fine; the edge stitched collars are a diufferent thing, do not understand why anyone likes such a thing. 1/4 inch stitching looks much nicer in my opinion.
     
  4. comrade

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    In Acorn Grange.


    - B


    Perfect.
    Is it 2" high in the back?
    Suggestion: Order some heavyish oxford cloth shirts in the same collar
     
  5. ramuman

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    Sid Mashburn MTM w/ apologies for the picture quality.

    White broadcloth and blue double stripe OCBD both w/ barrel cuffs

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  6. JT82

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    Also posted in Vox's Dege/Whittaker thread: [​IMG]
     
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    Sid Mashburn MTM w/ apologies for the picture quality.

    White broadcloth and blue double stripe OCBD both w/ barrel cuffs

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    good stuff,are you using default collars or asked them to modify anything?
     
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    good stuff,are you using default collars or asked them to modify anything?


    The BD doesn't look like it will roll correctly.
     
  9. NOBD

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    Not shirts yet, but folded up:

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  10. Kent Wang

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    Where did you buy that fabric?
     
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    The BD doesn't look like it will roll correctly.

    I agree,collar looks low and may not roll correctly. Sid can make a higher collar though,I like the spread collar though,it is nice enough.
     
  12. NOBD

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    Where did you buy that fabric?

    My tailor bought it. Only two of them are for me.
     
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    would those of you with these proper fitting bespoke/mtm shirts mind posting a fit pic for us new guys sometime, so we know what a shirt is supposed to fit like?
     
  15. Mildly Consumptive

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    would those of you with these proper fitting bespoke/mtm shirts mind posting a fit pic for us new guys sometime, so we know what a shirt is supposed to fit like?



    This is not the thread for that.
     
  16. anon

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    This is not the thread for that.
    Not the thread to make a request of someone? I don't give a shit if they post the picture in this thread -- you'll note that I didn't say "Post a picture IN THIS THREAD" of you wearing a proper fitting shirt.
     
  17. JT82

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    would those of you with these proper fitting bespoke/mtm shirts mind posting a fit pic for us new guys sometime, so we know what a shirt is supposed to fit like?
    Some discussion/pics here: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...=post+pictures
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] New shirts from Taylor Stitch (San Francisco) arrived today. The stripe is a light gray.
     
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    I really like those collars ^ ...great shirts!
     

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