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Features of our shirts : 

 

1, Body-fitting cut based on your shoulder and body 

    profile given to us.

 

2, Heavy stitching and hemming on all parts of the 

    shirt; extra-fine 20 to 22 stitches per 

    inch single needle stitching on

    collar and cuffs by  tailoring

    professionals.

3, State-of-art collaring & cuffing.

4, Immaculate lines alignment.

5, Generous length of shirt body and

    roomy comfort per personal 

    preference.

           

THE DESIGN OF YOUR SHIRT'S COLLAR MATTERS

There are so many different kinds of collar style which reflect  the unique characteristic of a man's shirt. It can complement the features of the wearer’s face type.

Generally, round-faced guy needs a long (3-3.25 ins.) straight-pointed collar. Popularly a medium-pointed (2.5-2.75ins.)   collar is the most versatile style for all types of face.

Spread collar suits most for a long-faced guy and thin neck. The collar spread from 120 to 180 degrees (3- 3.5ins.) and was very popular in the 1930’s. It was called a Windsor collar as the Duke of Windsor was obsessed with this type of collar. This collar is most suitable for an classical thick tie. Match a double-breasted jacket in style.

The buttoned-down was originally made by Brooks Brothers who adopted it from the Polo shirt made for sports. It had been a trade mark of the Ivy League guys. It is a perfect match for a 3-buttoned jacket. However, it is not advisable for a fat face to wear a button-down.

The eyelet-collar is also called the Eton collar as it was an dressy uniform at Eton. It can be seen pointed or rounded at the collar tips.

The tab-collar was another contribution of the Duke of Windsor which actually anchors the tie in place. It evolves from the eyelet-collar, remain dressy with less fuss.

1, COLLAR DESIGNS

           

     C 1                 C 2                   C 3                  C 4 

                                                                                 

 

           

     C 5                C 6                 C 7                    C 8                 

                                                                              

 

          

    C9                C10                   C11                C12               

                                                                         

 

2, FRONT AND BACK PREFERENCE.

 

 FT 1              FT 2                FT 3

 

BK 1            BK 2           BK 3

 

3, CUFFS CHOICE 

 

CF 1             CF 2             CF 3

                                            

 

4, WHITE CUFFS/COLLAR DESIGN

                  

      1,  No Need     

       

      2, White cuffs  

 

      3, White collar    

 

      4, White collar 

          and cuffs 

                                                                    

 

 

 

5, MONOGRAMING & POCKETING

 

There will be Choice of 2 types of monogram fonts (+$5)

 

         NO MONO

                                                  

             MONO 1    

          

             MONO 2    

                                      

 INITIALS REMARK:

6, Choice of Color of the monogram :

7, Pockets:

8,  Short Sleeves Sport Shirt or Tuxedo Shirts Section

Sport Shirts Style and tuxedo style in sketch and picture. (choice by click)

SP 1                 SP 2               SP 3

                  

“ WING TIP COLLAR,PLEATED FRONT,FRENCH CUFF TUXEDO SHIRT”

TUXEDO ( US $180 )

                                                                

                             A                                                                          B

 

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