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post #151 of 3534
Danmmm for the most part they fit you well, but your six foot. I'm 5'9, the smalls would def be to small on me.
post #152 of 3534
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collars suck bad

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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post
^This. I just got my hickory stripe chambray and I agree that the overall fit and quality is very good for the price, the collar (non-button down) sucks. It's a deal breaker. I'd rather have the $25.

I said this when I first posted the photos ... however I like the fabric and the price is fine for what is very casual shirt for me.
post #153 of 3534
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Originally Posted by blynch View Post
Actually the sleeve length seemed to vary

You can't expect tight quality control at that price point, so I'd expect the sizing to vary a bit from item to item. Credit to Lands' End for sharing measurements with customers -- some companies won't provide them (I suspect) because they know there can be a lot of variety in different runs of the same shirt, the same shirt in different fabrics, etc.

I bought a pair of the Canvas chinos. Good value for the money but still a cheap chino. The cut is like Bill's M3 but with onseam pockets. Low rise, straight leg that is not slim but not all that full either. Fabric is lightweight, maybe 6 ounces, not exactly a cold-weather item.
post #154 of 3534
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Originally Posted by blynch View Post
quick fit pics:
chambray gray (s)


I noticed my chambray came with the left (buttonhole) side of the collar flattened down same way as in the pic. Wonder if coincidence or intentionally done that way as part of the "minimal packaging" aesthetic. It's annoying but I'll prob give these shirts a wash anyway.
post #155 of 3534
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I noticed my chambray came with the left (buttonhole) side of the collar flattened down same way as in the pic. Wonder if coincidence or intentionally done that way as part of the "minimal packaging" aesthetic. It's annoying but I'll prob give these shirts a wash anyway.

I always see people wearing dress shirts with both sides of the collar flattened like that, as if they ironed it that way. Maybe their dry cleaners are pressing them that way? It just looks awful to me.
post #156 of 3534
could the collar be worse than Jcrew secret wash shirts?

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I said this when I first posted the photos ... however I like the fabric and the price is fine for what is very casual shirt for me.
post #157 of 3534
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Originally Posted by sccoopy View Post
could the collar be worse than Jcrew secret wash shirts?

LOL ..

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Originally Posted by a-rock View Post
I noticed my chambray came with the left (buttonhole) side of the collar flattened down same way as in the pic. Wonder if coincidence or intentionally done that way as part of the "minimal packaging" aesthetic. It's annoying but I'll prob give these shirts a wash anyway.

My collar looked the same too ... I think its the packaging ... let's see how it looks after a wash. The collars are the worst part about these shirts for sure.

I don't like the collars on the OCBDs posted above either - the Lands End versions have MUCH better collars.
post #158 of 3534
Are they going to sell this stuff at Sears?
post #159 of 3534
I got my order and the shirts are fine for the price. They fit me, I'm 5'9" 150. They are what I would call a true Small, not really slim cut, not baggy either. The pants waist are mis-sized, my 30 measures 32. The best thing I can say about them is that I will consider buying a few more pieces
post #160 of 3534
I received my blue striped chambray in a size M today - pretty happy with the fit aside from the length being 1-2 inches longer than I would have liked (I'm 5'9) and the collar size being 15-15.5 (I usually wear 16.5 dress shirts).

Not too keen on the flimsyness of the collar, but pretty happy with the feel of the fabric. I think I'll throw it in the washer and wash it on hot to see if I can shrink the length of the shirt.
post #161 of 3534
Guys, can anyone comment on the pattern-matching? I didn't get any stripes because I thought the patterns would be all off (and give away how cheap these are). Are they good at matching?
post #162 of 3534
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Originally Posted by PatriotsFan View Post
I received my blue striped chambray in a size M today - pretty happy with the fit aside from the length being 1-2 inches longer than I would have liked (I'm 5'9) and the collar size being 15-15.5 (I usually wear 16.5 dress shirts).

Not too keen on the flimsyness of the collar, but pretty happy with the feel of the fabric. I think I'll throw it in the washer and wash it on hot to see if I can shrink the length of the shirt.

I bought a medium earlier this week to compare and it fits me better than the small. I washed it warm and tumble dried low and it shrunk slightly (about .5 inch length and sleeve)
post #163 of 3534
Would be nice is they had Tall sizes like they do in their regular line of some items.
post #164 of 3534
I got the M chambray here's a quick picture: dunno if I like it. kinda loose, yet narrow shoulder. collar sucks but maybe would look better after a few washings. if I keep it will probably have the body tapered to get rid of the big flair at the hips.
post #165 of 3534
the one guarantee with these are shitty collars

have the white oxford and the navy poplin, serviceable shirts that have their time/place but the buttondown collars suck in terms of shape & roll (lack of)
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