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Ted Baker shirt

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I just received a new Ted Baker shirt I ordered and I absolutely love the shirt!
It fits me so well, it looks like it's a MTM shirt.

I have no experience with Ted Baker however. What is the general consensus on the quality of the shirts?
post #2 of 5
Construction is OK, not amazing. Fabrics tend to look worn after only a few washes. But if it fits good, that's a big plus.
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I have a nice pencil stripe dress shirt by Ted Baker. Sea Island Cotton. Shimmers like the Nile. Love it. Many washes already (2 years worth) and looks like new.
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I've got one - poplin french cuff. Construction is decent, the fabric is ok - pretty stiff but for the same reason, not see through at all, which matters to me. Big pluses are the fantastic shape of the collar and the fit. Nice and slim, almost perfect for me. Shoulder seam is spot on for neck size, sleeves are slim, chest and waist trim.
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I recently purchased a Ted Baker Classic Fit shirt online (their classic fit is considered "extra slim). I have a slim athletic build (6' 190lbs) I have wide shoulders and a small waist.  I ordered the 16 which comes with a 35" sleeve.  The fabric is heavy enough to be a lot less see through than other shirt brands I have purchased in the past.  I have long arms but a 34-35 sleeve almost always fits me.  The sleeve hits perfectly at my hand now but with washing/cleaning my concern is that it will shrink a bit.  The body on the shirt however fit exceptionally well.  So far this shirt seems great, hopefully there won't be too much shrinkage.  Great shirt     

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