Your Rare Splendors Styling
Guide to Custom Shirts
standard front style is the box pleat front.
Custom fronts also include French,
hidden button, slipover, and a versatile
convertible front, which can be buttoned or
worn with studs.
standard back style is the plain back. Custom
backs also include box pleat, single
side pleat, and double side pleat.
fit may be full cut, regular taper, or extra
taper. These fits add varying allowances
to snug chest and waist measurements.
range of eight pocket styles, the regular dress
style is standard.
choices also include twelve collar
styles which may be varied incrementally;
styles including five styles
for cuff links; and twelve
the tuxedo shirt is made without pockets, with
French cuffs, with a choice
of twelve dress shirt collar styles plus a wing
tip, and 3/4" pleats adorning the front.
standard tuxedo shirt has a box pleat front with
holes for studs. There is also
a hidden button front, and a convertible front to
button or wear with studs.
standard style has a box pleat Western front,
one-point Western back yoke, and
two Sawtooth pockets with two buttons each. There
is also a single-button Panhandle
choices include twelve collar styles, and buttons
often, the shirt has a wide single turnback front
and a one-piece collar without
an inside band. Narrow spread and modified spread
are popular sport shirt collars.
the neck, there is either a loop that fastens to
a button under the collar or a
button and buttonhole.
short-sleeve shirts have the body style of a
sleeves include plain hems and false cuffs with
and without vents, and
a false cuff with a vent and buttons.
Unique Matching Gem
Gemstone Bolo Ties / Bola Ties
The clean modern
lines of versatile Bolo Ties / Bola Ties for Him
/ Her distinguish
dress shirts and formal western wear alike.
ties feature unique connoisseur gemstones, custom-length
braided leather cords,
including a comfortable flat-back style, sterling
silver / gold-filled tips, and a nickel
tension slide, which
adjusts smoothly without crimping.
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