Golden Fleece® Tuxedo Shirt With Detachable Collar
Really good formal shirt
As a member of both Odd Fellow and Freemason Lodges, I have for several years used white tie formal wear.
The shirt I used previously had a bib in thin material,and a fixed wing collar,making it hard to get that really crisp ,starched appearance.
February 23, 2011
Beautiful shirt, but will test your patience.
When trying this shirt on for the first time, it was difficult for me to work with a detached collar. Finally, after a great deal of frustration, I figured out how it worked. I think it will always take longer to dress with this type shirt as opposed to a conventional tux shirt, but have a classic look.
January 19, 2011
Years ago, this shirt would have been the backbone of any decent wardrobe. Today, particularly in the United States, it has become virtually impossible to find. Wearers will discover why it was so popular and question why so many of these "soft" shirts proliferate. If the wearer is unhappy with the included collar, I would suggest New and Lingwood models Grafton and Gaylord. Remember, the collar size is 1/2" larger than the band size.
July 31, 2010
I LIVE IN A TOWN WHERE WE WEAR THIS TYPE OF FORMALWEAR A LOT AND I HAVE REALLY ENJOYED HAVING THIS SHIRT. IT HAS A CRISP LOOK AND FIT LIKE NO OTHER FORMAL SHIRT I HAVE OWNED.
February 6, 2010