collar stud

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collar stud

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f the smaller bits that most people don't - wool ties, arm bands, etc - everythinto complete your look dowto cufflinks and collar studs. "We stock a full range of shirts, with the detachable collar shirt proving very popular as it suits 20s, 30s and 40s styles.
In addition, she recently introduced accessories such as cufflinks, lapel pins and collar studs, each with a Sikh-related motif.
There were so many bits and pieces - from sandpaper, collar studs, soap powder, vinegar, china tea sets.
* Collar studs provided for mounting optional sub-panels.
It'd cover pounds 1.50 collar studs (each), pounds 6.50 collars (minus shirt) and pounds 45.83 striped trousers (pounds 8.75 to shorten) but not the complete rig when a blazer's pounds 103.50, tailcoat pounds 117.50, overcoat pounds 130 and three-piece tailsuit pounds 210.
PEM Type SGPC swaging collar studs attach dissimilar panel materials and multiple panels.
All the crew members had a compass hidden on them somewhere, disguised in secret places like combs, collar studs, pencils, and trouser buttons.
Thursday morning was spent in regular classes and then right after lunch, instead of the usual rugby or cricket, there was a scramble to get into uniform (remember how much fun it was to manipulate a separate collar, two collar studs and a tie?) and then parade for our first inspection in front of the 'house.'
My truncheon could doubtless have told a few stories judging by its battle scars, two of my (blue) shirts were smart cotton but with two separate collars each (I scrounged collar studs from my granddad) and two were new but were that horrible nylon material which was then the latest thing.
Isn't it time men's ties also followed spats and shirt collar studs into the sartorial dustbin?
'The collar studs business is just a small part of the day-to-day operation.
Wearing them required the use of collar studs and a great deal of skill and dexterity as you wrestled, almost throttling oneself in the effort to tie a necktie.