- Apr 22, 2008
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Alright guys, I need some input! My current go to white dress shirt is a BB non-iron slim fit, which I believe it in an 80 weight cotton. Being as that I'm rather athletically built I prefer not to wear undershirts as they are (a) visible under the dress shirt, and (b) tend to give me unwanted bulk under my dress shirts. Therefore, my white dress shirts tend to take on the pinkish flesh tones from under my shirt, and I am left to envy the beautiful bright white dress shirts I tend to see others wearing. Now what are my options to cure this without wearing white skin tight under armor. Would going to a 100 or 120 weight cotton dress shirt cure this? I have currently been considering the Thomas Mason fabric from mytailor.com, so does anyone know the weight of this fabric? Or how about the Borrelli's Ian sells? What have y'all done to cure this?