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post #121 of 3534
I'm pleasantly surprised that the sleeves are fairly slim, and after wearing the shirt for most of the day it might not become a cumrag any time soon the size small is perfect for a 37-38" actual chest, any smaller and this will feel big on you
post #122 of 3534
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Much nicer then the Gap chambray... The buttons kind of suck but I can live with them at this price.

The buttons can't possibly suck more than the ones on the Gap chambray.
post #123 of 3534
No, definitely not. The GAP ones were horrid!!! These really probably aren't too bad at all considering the price but they feel like the cheapest part of the shirt. I'd still have paid $50 for this shirt though and not been disappointed with it overall.
post #124 of 3534
Guys: Get ordering this stuff. OCBDs are a great deal for the price point. My only complaint is that the collar length is a little short, but it's growing on me. It contrasts nicely with the other OCBDs in my wardrobe. The knit rugby is pleasantly slim-fitting. I wear a BB2, BoO L, EG M. The rugby and OCBDs fit me PERFECTLY in a M.
post #125 of 3534
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Guys: Get ordering this stuff. OCBDs are a great deal for the price point. My only complaint is that the collar length is a little short, but it's growing on me. It contrasts nicely with the other OCBDs in my wardrobe.

The knit rugby is pleasantly slim-fitting. I wear a BB2, BoO L, EG M. The rugby and OCBDs fit me PERFECTLY in a M.

Can you tell me the chest and shoulder measurement of your medium oxford?
post #126 of 3534
It looks to me like ~17" across top shoulder seam and ~21" pit-to-pit. But I'm an amateur measurer.

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Can you tell me the chest and shoulder measurement of your medium oxford?
post #127 of 3534
waiting for my macneil's and cotton pea to come in and on my order conf., they threw in an Canvas messenger. interested to see the free schwag.
post #128 of 3534
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It looks to me like ~17" across top shoulder seam and ~21" pit-to-pit. But I'm an amateur measurer.


those are the measures off my size Small
post #129 of 3534
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waiting for my macneil's and cotton pea to come in and on my order conf., they threw in an Canvas messenger. interested to see the free schwag.

weird, my order confirmation doesn't show me getting a bag, guess they don't like me (I spent over $100)
--I'll find out for sure tomorrow when I get my order
post #130 of 3534
As I said, I'm an amateur, so don't put much stock in my measurements.

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those are the measures off my size Small
post #131 of 3534
Anybody want to post a fit pic? Just wondering how they fit in the body.
post #132 of 3534
looks like the shirt will fit me well, cannot wait to get the package.
post #133 of 3534
I noticed that one of the models is wearing a hooded sweatshirt. I chatted with a customer service rep, and she said that that is coming out in the Spring. She referred to the current offerings as just a small amount of what is to come. That is good news.
post #134 of 3534
The free messenger bag was limited to the first 1960 (?) customers that spent over $100.

By the way, has anyone seen the Canvas line in Sears stores yet?
post #135 of 3534
Any comments on the Heritage Oxfords? I'm hoping for some coupon or free shipping codes when the holiday season gets closer. +1 for info on any stores stocking to try them on in person
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