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Where to find dress shirts with non-fused collar and cuffs?

Thomas Auer

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Jun 15, 2023
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I would double check those italian brands. Most of them fuse collars and cuffs. Even the shirts with hand stitching.
I would second that. Finamore and Borelli definitely fuse their collars, at least on their dress shirts. There are some italian makers who use non fusible interlinings on their casual outings (I think Finamore has some of them as well). There is also this rather odd Italian thing, where the stand and the cuffs are fused, but the collar is not (I think D'Avino does it this way). On a personal note: most of my shirts are fused now and I think you can achieve a cleaner look with it, especially on very soft collars. Although durability might be an issue, there are good quality interlinings now that last for years to come...

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