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DIY: How to Make a Band Collar Shirt

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First Look: Suit: http://www.estuniga.com/collections/suits/products/grey-suit Shirt: http://www.estuniga.com/collections/shirts/products/blue-cutaway-shirt Pocket Square: http://www.rampleyandco.com/collections/fine-art-collection/products/the-death-of-major-peirson Look Two: Suit: http://www.estuniga.com/collections/suits/products/the-navy-suit Website: http://teachingmensfashion.com/ Instagram: @teachingmensfashion Email: [email protected] Facebook: teaching men's fashion
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Mohibjee123 Yaseen (8 months ago)
i want your mobile number
Sugar Hill (8 months ago)
Damn you cut a Trashness shirt?!
FenderSunset (9 months ago)
youtube 30% rule in full effect here. is the long ass intro really necessary?
Meyshan daya (10 months ago)
And i want to know how to style them pls pls plss
Meyshan daya (10 months ago)
Cause i like band collars
Meyshan daya (10 months ago)
Can u plss do this video again
You can shoot about the type of collar for your shirt
your purple dress colar is perfect! I like it thank you for your video!
Malcolm Jones (1 year ago)
I did it with all my OCDC's
No One (1 year ago)
Thanks man , worked wonders on my shirt.. feels like I went shopping
Esdee Tan (1 year ago)
The most helpful and bang for the buck video ever!
JACK SEBASTIAN (1 year ago)
Tried the technique on a brand new linen shirt which i didn't like after buying. It was pretty successful and now it is my favorite one. Thanks dude.
Tomas A. Soto (2 years ago)
great vid
TruthFLA (2 years ago)
going to try this tonight. wow
Just cut off the old cardboardy collar from a cheap black shirt, lookin dope and original with the beige outline :) I used a lighter to get rid of the threads
Abdul matin (2 years ago)
Tried it. Superb.
박지후 (2 years ago)
I ran to my closet and take out one my old shirts, and it turned out amazing.
Josh Gates (3 years ago)
Hey man wheres that suit from? I really dig the wider lapels.
Sergio Zamora (3 years ago)
Hi jose do u mind if I ask how u get your collar to stay up this way?
Daniel Padilla (3 years ago)
Do you think this would work with a flannel?
RolandMcGruner (3 years ago)
is this an snl character?
Christopher Sajdak (3 years ago)
In the beginning I thought you were going to demonstrate how to modify the shirt, so it accepts detachable collars. Should have known that you wouldn't go that far, ha.
Guerra1301 (3 years ago)
+Teachingmensfashion very nice man I just do now simple and practical. Thanks.
BenGenio (3 years ago)
Great video, looking sharp without the beard!
Jacob Taylor (3 years ago)
Awesome video guys. I have this same shirt and am now thinking about doing this. The contrasting collar looks great
thomas donaldson (3 years ago)
Hey Jose, awesome tip. But if I do get frayed edges and I do want to get rid of them, is this something that a tailor can take care of, or what do you recommend? And a request: I'd like to wear a hat in summer but need something smarter than a baseball cap, what are the options? Thanks a lot!
J R (3 years ago)
Absolutely great, thank you for this awsome vid!
Dopey Goon (3 years ago)
Irons from advanced warfare started this trend.
Christian B (3 years ago)
Huh?
Chino's Corner (3 years ago)
You look like the mafia boss
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
I'll take that as a compliment lol
Mandeep Baweja (3 years ago)
I want to know that how your shirt collars r standing like a boss in this video?
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
The first shirt is from our Estuniga collection the link to this shirt is in the description box!
Tiouba Parris (3 years ago)
u cut the beard lol good shit
iGerebrum _ (3 years ago)
Man the lapels on that first suit was just boss! Enjoyed this tutorial video a lot.
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
Thanks brother! We definitely will be adding this to some of our FW Estuniga collection!
Fwirs (3 years ago)
Nice job man Sharp hair look this time And it looks like u did trim ur beard which looks much better
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
Thank you brother! And I did I was getting a little bored of the beard lol
quendin0 0 (3 years ago)
very nice !and i  notice you  have shaved your beard ,but that's also cool i like your style!
schnibbyy (3 years ago)
Just did this yesterday to an old shirt. Used a lighter to quickly burn the loose threads that were left. Came out clean.
schnibbyy (3 years ago)
+Teachingmensfashion Did it to a dark denim shirt so I wasn't too concerned. 
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
Yeah I was thinking about doing that myself if it frayed too much but I was lucky and had a clean cut. I was also worried the lighter would leave burn marks?
Marlo (3 years ago)
Damn that shirt looks clean af nice vid man
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
Thanks brother! You should definitely give it a shot
Gorthaur111 (3 years ago)
For frayed edges, use a product called Fray Check. You could also use super glue.
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
Good tip!
Ravi Desai (3 years ago)
Hi Jose- what company is that shirt you cut from?
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
The shirt I cut was from trashness
Alexandru Gheorghe (3 years ago)
I knew about this, but I don't know why I didn't realize I can do this to older dress shirts. Thanks for the reminder! :) P.S.: Love that you're back to the initial fresh look :)
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
You should definitely try it. You won't regret it. And thanks!
Jes sen (3 years ago)
favorite vid so far. A+ guess I like diy vids :)
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
Thanks! We will definitely try and do more!
Ricky Munoz (3 years ago)
I've actually done this before 😭
Teachingmensfashion (3 years ago)
Did you like the outcome?

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