[Every white shirt, before becoming a white shirt, was once a piece of white cloth. In this case, an extremly lucky piece of white cloth. – Vesselina Kasarova as Handel’s “Agrippina”, Zurich 2009. – Photo Credit: plotpoint/picturesberlin]
Sometimes, the wearer makes the shirt, and not the cut. There are mezzo sopranos who could lend an empty potato sack some shirt swagger. Or a bathing towel (as evidenced above).
I know we revisited this scene (or rather the scene after this one) only scant few weeks ago, but as in tango, the basics should be revisited often and with great attention to detail. – Deltoids, anyone?