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  • ETwhat?
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    If its just a plain white shirt, then yeah you can get them from anywhere, and normally cheap too,

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  • chris
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    At STC, we all wore pilot shirts as the uniform in the classroom except the Clyde cadets who wore normal white shirts, I think they got send theirs later in the year.

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  • Lewis
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    So will just any old shirt do? Plain white shirts from george or similar do?

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  • GuinnessMan
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  • GuinnessMan
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    Originally posted by Lewis View Post
    My joining instructions say nothing about pilot shirts or epaulets(sp?)etc just "white shirt/blouse". I don't think a blouse would suit me so does this mean just a plain white shirt would do?
    I'm sure you'd look lovely in a blouse!

    Anywho, if your just starting at college then you don't need them. You won't have any rank slides, and it is a bit daft to wear them in college anyways. You'll get them when you join a ship and even then you may not wear them. I only ever wore mine once or twice...

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  • Lewis
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    My joining instructions say nothing about pilot shirts or epaulets(sp?)etc just "white shirt/blouse". I don't think a blouse would suit me so does this mean just a plain white shirt would do?

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  • chris
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    Miller Rayner shirts - a bit baggy at the back for me but for others such as Coldo (who hasn't posted for ages) a great fit

    I got a fresh supply of white pilot shirts on the cruise ship I was on and the tailor took them in at the back so I got a great fit. Much better quality than the Miller Rayner ones. I previously ordered some slim fit pilot shirts from an aviation clothing supplier but wasn't that impressed with the fit either, http://www.armstrongaviationclothing.com/

    and before ETWhat? starts asking why I need slim fit shirts, slim fit seems to be a relative term when it comes to pilot shirts.

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  • Faust
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    I got Miller Rayner shirts and they wash and iron great but look like there my Dads on me, collar fits perfect though.

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  • IRI5HJ4CK
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    Hi all,

    What are Miller Rayner's kit like? My company is going to be ordering from them.

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  • antijanner
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    Yes I have - you have to pay tax on them when they get delivered you are sent a letter by the couriers. Wish I'd got some with shoulder flaps now. The ones I have I used to wear every day (I've 4) for 8 -10 months a year and they still look like new. Excellent shirts

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  • CharlieDelta
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    Antijanner,

    Have you ordered from Glendinnings for delivery to the UK? I picked up a few shirts in Sydney but only got the eyelet-hole ones, regretting now not getting some shirts with epaulettes for college. If it's cheap-ish I might order.

    Love my Glendinnings shirts!

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  • antijanner
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    Best I've ever had I got from Australia

    http://www.glendinnings.com.au/contents/en-uk/d7.html

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    hese are without doubt the best uniform shirts Ive ever had. They do deliver to the UK, but you have to pay tax.

    But these will last for ever

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  • bryan_s
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    Louis Bernard any good?

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  • Joe
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    For the ones who think itailor.com is a bit dear... :P and to get this thread to a point, does anyone know a website to get some nice pilot shirts from for an acceptable price?

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  • RNR
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    haha pants, trousers, all the same thing

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  • Lewis
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    Originally posted by RNR View Post
    Clyde do supply pants,
    I've heard of uniform but this is going a bit far :P

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