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~Off The Cuff~ 2005 ~Style~

Always a favorite, this shirt with contrasting lined collar is further detailed with sleeve hem accents. The back "Bachelor Pleat" TM, further enhances the ultra comfort of this classic design.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very nice shirt as usual. The ends of the collar seem very narrow. I like how that looks, it wouldn't choke me to wear it. How wide are they at the edge?

1:23 AM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Hi Jason,

Yes, this band-collar narrows from 1" at the back to barely 1/2" at the button edge. It's a very distinctive look, and requires very precision stitching.

I'm glad you like it...


3:52 PM  

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