Kevin O’Leary Shirts

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by RedCodeTO, May 1, 2014.

  1. RedCodeTO

    RedCodeTO New Member

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  2. Wayward

    Wayward Senior member

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    You're looking at a collar pin, which is not part of the shirt. It's an accessory you put on the shirt, in order to push the tie knot up and away. Those shirts tend to have holes on their collars specifically meant for the collar pin to go through, but not always.
     


  3. RedCodeTO

    RedCodeTO New Member

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    Hello,

    I never saw a shirt with holes on their collars, also the rounded edges of the collar. The edges of the collar are always sharp like a rectangle.

    I thought the shirt have a specific name, can you give me some brands with the same style of the shirt? What is the name of this style, if these shirts have a name?

    Thanks
     


  4. Wayward

    Wayward Senior member

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    As to the shape of the collars, those are called club or rounded collars. If you're not worried about sticking a pin through your collars everyday, then there's no need to buy shirts with pre-fab holes and you can just look for club collar shirts. As for ones with built-in eyelets, I don't have recommendations because I don't wear them, and they're not exactly the current trend.

    I remember seeing a couple from TM Lewin:

    http://www.tmlewin.co.uk/White-Shir...B,sc.html?prefn1=collarShape&prefv1=Pin|Round

    But that's about it for me.
     


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    I too am looking for a "pin collar" shirt. would also like it to have "cuff link sleeves"
     


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