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h&k shirts - $45

brooklyn

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I think it is 45 british pounds for the shirt?
 

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For those who are interested, Hilditch & Key are selling shirts by mail for $45 now, it seems. http://www.hilditchandkey.co.uk edit: Sorry, I meant GBP 45.
I believe its 45 pounds - approx. $90 - still a good price for the best RTW shirts on the market (in my opinion anyway) Panzer
 

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(gregory @ Jan. 31 2005,19:57) For those who are interested, Hilditch & Key are selling shirts by mail for $45 now, it seems. http://www.hilditchandkey.co.uk edit: Sorry, I meant GBP 45.
I believe its 45 pounds - approx. $90 - still a good price for the best RTW shirts on the market (in my opinion anyway) Panzer
Your opinion is correct (In my opinion). Jon.
 

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Good prices on the ties as well - approx. $50 US.  I like the rep-stripe tie 6 down from the top, the patterned tie 9 down from the top, and the rep stripe 5 from the bottom.
 

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How are these shirts cut? Image, if I remember right from some previous posts, you and I are roughly the same size - 15" collar, 36 suit. Do you have any H&K shirts? How are do you like the fit? Could you provide a chest measurement? That would be great.

Thanks so much,

Dan
 

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I personally prefer some other shirts to H&K although they are certainly good. Coles, Attolini, Borrelli, Barba, and a few others are shirts I like a bit better than H&K.
 

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Correction, V-Man used to be a 38 but he's shooting heroin now and he's down to a 32R. He has to get 93 darts for shirts to fit him.
 

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Correction, V-Man used to be a 38 but he's shooting heroin now and he's down to a 32R. He has to get 93 darts for shirts to fit him.
That's why I asked ImageWIS, not V-Man.
Brian, you are a 36 too, right? VersaceMan, you too? 36s Unite. How fucking hard is it to find clothes that fit?.? Dan
 

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(Brian SD @ Feb. 01 2005,01:35) Correction, V-Man used to be a 38 but he's shooting heroin now and he's down to a 32R. He has to get 93 darts for shirts to fit him.
That's why I asked ImageWIS, not V-Man. Â
 Brian, you are a 36 too, right?  VersaceMan, you too? 36s Unite.  How fucking hard is it to find clothes that fit?.? Dan
Actually I'm a 38-40 R/L depending on designer.
 

VMan

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Originally Posted by Brian SD,Feb. 01 2005,01:35
Correction, V-Man used to be a 38 but he's shooting heroin now and he's down to a 32R. He has to get 93 darts for shirts to fit him.
That's why I asked ImageWIS, not V-Man.
Way to make an ass of yourself, Brian, you jackass. Â You had it coming you SOB, for exposing my closet herioin addiction to the forum.
 

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(Brian SD @ Feb. 01 2005,01:35) Correction, V-Man used to be a 38 but he's shooting heroin now and he's down to a 32R. He has to get 93 darts for shirts to fit him.
That's why I asked ImageWIS, not V-Man.
Brian, you are a 36 too, right? VersaceMan, you too? 36s Unite. How fucking hard is it to find clothes that fit?.? Dan
You bet your ass its hard.
 

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I don't buy British shirts because I don't like the placket fronts, which are not edge or 1/4"-stitched, but stitched just past the edges of the buttons, the collars, which are 1/4" stitched and generally too "bulky" for my taste, or the sloppy button attachments.
 

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I don't buy British shirts because I don't like the placket fronts, which are not edge or 1/4"-stitched, but stitched just past the edges of the buttons, the collars, which are 1/4" stitched and generally too "bulky" for my taste, or the sloppy button attachments.
Maybe - but the collar and finishing on a H&K shirt is amazing
 

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