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post #16 of 42
Lands End isn't terrible and they fit slim, yet not skinny.

You can probably get some BB Extra-Slim fit ~$50 on a good sale. Rugby has a good reputation, but I have yet to try them out. JCrew's outlet stores have OCBDs for cheap. They may not be as good as actual JCrew, but they're not terrible either.
post #17 of 42
I would advise to stay away from Brooks Brothers though if you have a slimmer body shape...their shirts tend to be rather large around the midsection.
post #18 of 42
Uniqlo used to have nice oxfords but they suck now.

Try Rugby on sale?
post #19 of 42
If you buy 3 for $200 from Brooks Bros and then find a discount, you won't be too far off, and they're pretty good quality (and can be had in like four different fits). I think H&M has some for $19 too.
post #20 of 42
Polo custom fit? Picked up one at Bloomingdales for $39. See them routinely at places like TJ Maxx, Marshalls, etc. for ~$29. Yes, the custom fit and in basic colors!
post #21 of 42
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Originally Posted by anonymouz View Post
Uniqlo used to have nice oxfords but they suck now.

Try Rugby on sale?

Thanks I was just thinking about buying some Uniqlo by phone. So you feel the Rugby ones are better?
post #22 of 42
ive had rugby, uniqlo, and lands end oxfords.... rugby is slimmer...longer..but i still like the uniqlos better my lands end "slim" oxford was huge....
post #23 of 42
Rugby is slimmer than Uniqlo? I never had Uniqlo but I do have several Rugby shirts and it isn't very slim. It's slim by regular mall brand shirts but not super slim and I though Uniqlo was on BoO-eque slim.
post #24 of 42
Uniqlo changed their oxford cloth this year. The new fabric is thinner and rougher. Most people don't like it, especially compared to the old shirts. The cut seems the same. I wouldn't exactly call it slim though.
post #25 of 42
Uniqlo is closer to Gap than it is to H&M. and the shoulder size on everything is super tiny. Their shirts have a reverse taper on them that resembles a capital A.
post #26 of 42
Wow, I'm even more surprised that Uniqlo isn't as slim as H&M.
post #27 of 42
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Originally Posted by Lustre View Post
I would advise to stay away from Brooks Brothers though if you have a slimmer body shape...their shirts tend to be rather large around the midsection.
This is true for all BB shirt fits except the Extra Slim Fit. I am wearing one right now and the fit is legit. For the record, I weigh all of 120 lbs and wear 14.5 / 32. Besides, BB shirts cost more than $40 even when you buy three for $199 plus an additional 25% off...factor in shipping and tax and it comes out to ~$60 per shirt. I would personally go with H&M, their oxfords fit slim and are only ~$20. I have one that i wear under sweaters and it has held up well.
post #28 of 42
Lands End or BB via ebay (armyhardhat) Ignore the "not slim enough" people, they're missing the point. I'd avoid anything with SML sizing.
post #29 of 42
Haven't tried this yet, but there are a number of South Korean sellers on eBay that offer slim fit shirts for around $30. Quality is almost guaranteed to be terrible however.
post #30 of 42
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