MATERIAL. Made from 100% strong, soft and breathable cotton. With the durability of cotton, this menâs tuxedo shirt will maintain its exquisite look through regular washings. The breathable nature of cotton will keep you cool no matter the temperature.
DESIGN. Neil Allynâs classic, yet modern tuxedo shirt features 1/4â front pleats with a graceful laydown collar. Tailored in a slim fit.
FRENCH CUFFS. Elegant by nature, french cuffs provide the wearer with a sense of historical elegance in formal fashion. Secure the crisply folded french cuffs with any cufflink of your choosing.
FORMALITY. Wearing a tuxedo sustains a sense of quintessential formality to add a dramatic touch to any occasion. From black tie events to date night at a formal restaurant, youâll be sure to make a lasting impression wherever you wear your tuxedo shirt.
Neil Allyn Men's Slim Fit Tuxedo Shirt 100% Cotton 1/4" Pleat Laydown Collar is great for all black tie events! Features french cuffs and Laydown collar construction for that formal look. The Slim Fit size is tapered closer to the body. Color: White
After the End Fanfork is a Crusader Kings 2 Mod based on the now discontinued mod "After the End". While the base setting is the same, the mod has changed a lot, becoming very different from its predecessor. This wiki will collect the lore created by the users and the mod itself, allowing for an easy exploration of the mod's content for all players.
Fanon guidelines for the wiki
Due to the nature of the mod, the wiki welcomes fanon. However, fanon has to respect some rules:
1. The content of Fanon has to be pointed out as such in the page. As a rule of thumb, canon events and descriptions are located under the == History == section, while fanon is to be located under the == Rumors == and == Legends == section.
2. The content of Rumors is supposed to be realistic, while the content of Legends can be more varied. A rumor is for example that the current emperor of the Brazilian Empire is a bastard an not the legitimate heir, while a legend is that the last king of New England rode a Jersey Devil in battle.
3. Remember to give a title to your fanon post. Use === Title === in the source edit mode, or the Subheading 1 in the normal edit mode.