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Free Contrasting Collar & Cuffs on Shirts
FRIPES is now offering free contrasting collar & cuffs on shirts.
We are now offering free contrasting collar and cuffs on shirts. Collars are the most significant piece of the dress shirt. So it's very important to select a dress shirt collar appropriately as they are the first thing that someone sees.
We also provide tips to our customers on selecting right color style.
To bestow a slim man bulk, choose spread collars to give the impression of being fuller and healthy. Comfort is vital in a collar, so we also provide a looser fit; it helps to take the focus away from a large neck. Collars can formulate a well-built man look slim, so we suggest to choose
Long slender point collars for portly man because this style takes the focus away from the neck.
For square shaped face, Medium Spread, Wide Spread, and Varsity Spread collar shirts are recommended.
Standard Point, Button Down, Narrow Point, Hidden Button Down, and Tab Collar shirts are best for round shaped face.
Best recommended collars for oval shaped face are Standard Point, Button Down, Narrow Point, Hidden Button Down, Tab Collar and Medium Spread.
Diamond or Triangular shaped face is suggested to choose Medium Spread and Wide Spread collars.
For details visit http://www.fitcustomshirts.com/
1701-2 Pearl Street
Waukesha , WI 53186
Tel: (630) 524-2818
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FitCustomShirts.com has been perfecting the art and science of internet based custom clothing for almost a decade now. It is not a coincidence that we were able to stitch a shirt that perfectly fits you just by asking your weight, body type, sleeve size and neck size. Based on our experience of stitching hundreds and thousands of custom shirts over the past few years, we have devised scientific formulas to calculate detailed measurements as the human body is predictably proportional. Our custom dress shirt pattern makers, tailors, finishers and QA people go through a rigorous process of blue-penciling and redundant quality inspection to craft each and every shirt.
Page Updated Last on: Dec 21, 2011