Folded Up Shirt P0rn

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

  1. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Goon member

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    Film Noir Buff Senior member

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    collar looks very nicely done and sexy, would like to see it worn. Also, shirt could use some balls.
    The shirt isnt the only thing around here that could use some...
     
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    Excellent choice! I have a nearly identical looking fabric that was made when I was in HK. One of my favorites. Not sure where the fabric originated. I opted for no placket. I dig the stitching on yours.
     
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    The shirt isnt the only thing around here that could use some...

    Wait, what?
     
  5. voxsartoria

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    collar looks very nicely done and sexy, would like to see it worn. Also, shirt could use some balls.

    Thanks, bubala...it's a version of the collar that Whittaker wears himself.

    - B
     
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    Looks good Bill - only one?
     
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    The stitches of the placket look so long!
     
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    Nice, Vox. Great collar. Hairline might be my favorite shirt "pattern" (if you can even call it that).
     
  9. voxsartoria

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    Looks good Bill - only one?

    This is the sample. I have six others in queue from the first order that are waiting on this one to have the pattern finalized. I'll wear it a bit, and see Whittaker again in the Spring, and place another order for six more but in Grasmere or DJ Anderson.

    Assuming that I'm happy after I try it on, which I haven't yet...but, the initial inspection shows none of the things that annoyed a couple of the guys who decided to stop using Dege.


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

    Sorry for the late reply. I'm in South Korea now and it got them made by Hahn's Custom Tailors.
     
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    also surpised that they sew the center placket in the American style.
    Most English shirtmakers, move the stitch line closer to the buttonholes.


    I noticed that as well.
    vox, did you ask for it specifically, or it's Dege's default placket style?
     
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    Latest re-up from Turnbull & Asser bespoke:
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    And hmmm.... Edge-stiching hmmm.....

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