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They shipped from Spain so it took a few weeks and arrived 3 days passed the day they said they would. No tracking number for my order, but they came. I like them and will order 15 more. I ordered size Large. This time there is a tracking code. Im guessing this second order took about a week to ship, free shipping, no tax. I also like a close-to-body fit and long enough that it stays tucked in! I like the pricing of the ASOS, however would you be willing to give an opinion on one of these three?
I own a collected Threads model. It is very clingy and it is very long. So if you are tall this could be the one. IF is a deep neckline. So it will not show with 2 open buttons. Thanks for your quick response! You should be able to find it at the following URL. Please let me know your thoughts! I struggle to keep my undershirts tucked in. So I went ahead and ordered some of the tight fitted deep v-neck shirts from Asos. Here are my observations: The shirt is long enough to stay tucked in.
The v-neck opening is not deep enough to allow for two buttons to be opened on a dress shirt. The collar band on the undershirt is visible, even when fully tucked into pants. The good news is that Asos seems to offer a solid return policy. Thank you for the recommendation. Check it out here: Email required; will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. September 28, , Published: November 19, By Tug 24 Replies More.
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Fold your crew-neck shirt vertically. The front of the collar should be on the outside of the fold. Make sure that the neckline, the shoulders and the arms match up exactly.
Lay it out on a table, smoothing it down until it is free of wrinkles. Place a ruler in a diagonal line from the the point where the shoulder seam meets the collar down to the middle of the chest. Using the measurements you took in the previous step, mark off the point of the "V" with a fabric marker. Then draw a line between the mark and the point where shoulder seam meets the collar. Flip the shirt over and repeat this step on the other side. Unfold the shirt, turn it inside-out and lay it on the table.
Make sure that the front side is facing you. Then use a seam ripper to remove the stitches securing the front side of the collar to the shirt. If you don't have a seam ripper, you can use a sharp pair of scissors to carefully cut it away. Stop at the shoulder seams. Unless you don't plan to re-attach it to your new neck-line, leave the collar attached to the back of the shirt. Smooth the crew-neck shirt out on the table. Make sure the connected collar is folded back, away from where you will cut.
Cut out the V-neck. Starting on one side of the V, use a pair of sharp scissors and cut along the marked line. Stop when you reach the bottom. Repeat this process on the other side. Be careful to only cut through the front side of the shirt. If you didn't plan on creating a hemmed collar, your new shirt is done.
Cut the front of the detached crew collar in the center. You'll need to first determine where the center is. To do this, lay the t-shirt flat with the front facing you. Measure the width of the collar, and using your fabric marker place a dot in the middle. This is where you will cut. Stretch each side of the cut collar along the length of your V-neck. Most crew-neck t-shirt collars are ribbed and should give several inches. Pin the rough edge of the collar to the shirt.
Stretch one side at a time along the length of the V, pining as you go. Place pins approximately every inch 2. The rough edge of the collar should be paired with the rough edge of the t-shirt, with the edge of the collar facing the outside of the shirt. Sew from the top of the collar down to the bottom of the V. Sew approximately a quarter inch 0. Finish by pressing the new hem down with an iron.
Make sure the thread in your sewing machine matches the color of the shirt. If you don't have a sewing machine, you can also hand sew the sides of the collar to the sides of the V. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other.
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