What's your favorite shirt?

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  1. kcgreg

    kcgreg Senior member

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    I could but I do not have a digital camera yet - I have been contemplating on getting one - yes, but I'll need a couple of weeks to get the photos finished in my camera and then I can scan the pictures and post it.

    After having said this - I think I will definitely get a digital camera. Alas - tant pis!
     
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    I forgot to mention - which shirts?
     
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    The French cuff button downs. Thanks, HS.
     
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    I'll see what I can do.
     
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    Robert Talbott Estate (custom) Pink 1 3/8" herringbone Cutaway French Sea Island
    Marvelous. I love everything about it, the collar, the buttons, the color, the weave.
     
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    I don't like the ceiling of Charvet's store in Paris.

    That ceiling looks like it belongs in a Kyoto duty-free shop circa 1984 where Christian Dior ties and Fendi bags are highlighted with Pierre Cardin belt and pen sets.
     
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    My favorite is my Bison casual cotton shirts.
     
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    I don't like the ceiling of Charvet's store in Paris.

    That ceiling looks like it belongs in a Kyoto duty-free shop circa 1984 where Christian Dior ties and Fendi bags are highlighted with Pierre Cardin belt and pen sets.


    Worse, the ceiling doesn't like you.
     
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    Worse, the ceiling doesn't like you.
    Because I took it to a lawsuit.
     
  12. timof

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    Brand
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    Collar
    Cuff
    FABRIC TYPE!


    H&K
    Striped blue
    Classic not fused
    French not fused
    Popeline
     
  13. HappymaN

    HappymaN Senior member

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    I have to admit that I am partial to Paris Custom Shirts as you can see here:


    http://www.filmnoirbuff.com/article/is-paris-burning

    They are the highest quality custom shirt made in the USA.


    In your opinion? From the photographs you have posted, I think that they could make more of an effort to get the pattern matching closer.
     
  14. hopkins_student

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    They are the highest quality custom shirt made in the USA.
    I would also have to take issue with this statement. Although my experience with Paris is limited to your reviews and photos, I've seen a Kabbaz firsthand and can say that, from what I've seen, it has no equal. I think maybe your statement should be softened at least a little bit.
     
  15. Tomasso

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    I would also have to take issue with this statement. Although my experience with Paris is limited to your reviews and photos, I've seen a Kabbaz firsthand and can say that it has no equal. I think maybe your statement should be softened at least a little bit.

    Interesting.
     

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