ThreadLab Dress Shirts Need to Be Ironed Together Before Wear

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Jan 8, 2013 • References: & coolthings
Buying custom-tailored shirts can be an expensive endeavour, but these ThreadLab dress shirts allow the wearer to completely customize the duds before wearing them. The buyer is required to choose a basic shirt of their color choosing before mixing and matching the collar, pockets and cuffs with same shade or differently designed details. Once everything is chosen, the shirt can then be assembled by ironing each detail onto the base shirt.

What's great about ThreadLab dress shirts is that you can completely customize the specific must-have details that you wouldn't be able to ordinarily buy; pair this collar with that pocket or add French cuffs with bold pops of color. This style of customization is likely to be a design aesthetic that other companies will likely follow suit with. Stats for Assembly-Required Formal Attire Trending: Older & Chilly
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