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post #91 of 3515
anybody who gets their Size Small Chambray please take some fit pics/measurements
post #92 of 3515
I pulled the trigger on the white chambray, the chinos, the knit polo, and a pair of MacNeils. I want to see how they look. I figure I'll just return them if I don't like them.
post #93 of 3515
I got my shirt today - size small. It fits exactly like jcrew small, except that the sleeves are a little bit shorter. The fabric quality is also very, very good.

Awesome value for money. I am definitely getting more!
post #94 of 3515
^post pics
post #95 of 3515
Thinking about the grey chambray, but the fit pic on the site makes it look real boxy. It could be i just don't like the fit pic they have on the site..
post #96 of 3515
with the discount code these shirts are like $25 shipped, so I dont get hemming-hawing over getting one or not? it's returnable, or keep it and use it as a cum rag **discount code is expired but shirts are still under $30
post #97 of 3515
Post measurements of the small chambray please
post #98 of 3515
Quote:
Originally Posted by kidkorea View Post
Post measurements of the small chambray please

pit-to-pit = ~19.5"
shoulder-to-shoulder = ~17"
sleeves: between 24" and 24.5" from shoulder seam (outside measurement)
collar fits like 15"

NOTE: Please see Get Smart's measurements a few posts below, they are more accurate, My measurements are just seam-to-seam.

I wish the collar was done better, it is too floppy and the shape is 'meh'.

Here are some photos:
(click for HUGE versison)



Last button is hidden under the placket, and there is a discrete logo (saying just 'C') just below the hidden button. It does not show while wearing.



post #99 of 3515
Quote:
Originally Posted by srivats View Post
pit-to-pit = ~19.5" shoulder-to-shoulder = ~17" sleeves: between 24" and 24.5" from shoulder seam (outside measurement) collar fits like 15" I wish the collar was done better, it is too floppy and the shape is 'meh'. Here are some photos: (click for HUGE versison)
I have to say, that looks great. I can't wait to get mine (white) to see how it is. And see how the collar is. The fabric looks terrific, and nice detailing, too. I am also a big fan of their quality - never an issue with LE.
post #100 of 3515
wow 7 pages and finally one post with actual pics and measurements. thanks srivats! hmm... cum rag cheap and pretty good measurements. I've got an errrreeection!
post #101 of 3515
I received my order as well. The chambray in grey and a OCBD in light blue. Both fits are great on me (size L, 5'10 190lbs), was pleasantly surprised. Quality of the fabric is top notch for the price as well, IMO far better than Gap, Martin+Osa, and JCrew.
post #102 of 3515
Quote:
Originally Posted by srivats View Post
pit-to-pit = ~19.5"
shoulder-to-shoulder = ~17"
sleeves: between 24" and 24.5" from shoulder seam (outside measurement)
collar fits like 15"

Strange, those measurements are very different from the ones that Lands' End measured. They must have different measuring methods.

It seems that a size "S" Canvas shirt is equivalent to a 36R suit. I'll have to get an "M," assuming that it's like a 38R.
post #103 of 3515
I've been a big fan of LE's tailored fit OCBDs and dress shirts for a while now. (LE Canvas shirts uses the same size charts as their tailored fit). I haven't found any other shirtmaker that offers their quality at such an affordable price point.

Did anyone order LE Canvas sweaters or rugby shirts? Regular LE sweaters fit HUGE, it would be great if the Canvas one were slimmed down ...
post #104 of 3515
got a size Small navy poplin shirt size-wise measures 21" across chest 20" across torso 25" sleeve so it's def about same as J Crew small fabric could be nice if it were a bit thicker, as it is it's quite thin and will be serviceable for a few wears before becoming a $25 cumrag same price point I like LL Bean shirts better
post #105 of 3515
I ordered the V-Neck sweater with my two shirts. It is a very light/thin sweater, but the fit on me was slim for a size L, see my previous post for my height/weight. Of course, after reading a lot of the posts here it seems I may be a bit larger than the average SFer who wears XS, so YMMV.
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