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Where to Buy Tab-Collar Shirt?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Peurist, Dec 2, 2011.

  1. Peurist

    Peurist Senior member

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    Just wondering if anyone's recently come across some slim fitting tab-collar shirts other than possibly getting it done M2M? Looking for something along the lines of Dermot O'Leary of UK X-Factor Fame, where the collar sort of has the effect of pulling in the tie (GQ UK notes he has his done custom at Emmett in London) -- Pic for reference
     
  2. Karl_in_Chicago

    Karl_in_Chicago Well-Known Member

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    BB has some tab-collar shirts.
     
  3. Poloboy

    Poloboy Well-Known Member

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    Be sure that you get a shirt where the closure is held together with a small brass stud.
    This version will make the tie stand out from the collar much better than the button, or snap version.
    You will also not have the usual problems with laundering, (smashed or missing tab button or destroyed
    metal snap ring)
    Unfortunately, to get the brass tab type collar, you will have to go bespoke.
    In the long run, you will be much happier.
     
  4. madmacs

    madmacs Senior member

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    only about a year and a half late, but Paul Frederick sells them
     

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