The best approach is to take a really well fitting shirt (if you aren’t there yet consider getting one tailored) and send it in for them to replicate (and tweak off of that if needed).Hello all, got a few questions about shirts.
Looking at getting one made to start replacing my off the rack ones. I'm after a thin, crisp, dry fabric in white. Could anyone make any suggestions? Something like this fabric from Saman Amel:
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Second, in terms of fit: I'm a thin, tall guy, and even the slimmest of cuts from TM Lewin, one of the 3 affordable English shirtmakers ends up billowing out in my mid and lower back.
While I don't want to get a skintight shirt, I don't want it to be rather trim in the waist and hips so I don't get any flaring out in those areas. Should I get my shirt in slim or super-slim from Luxire?
What would be fantastically helpful is if someone could post a picture of them in a super-slim and a slim shirt for comparison.
Thanks so much ahead of time.