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Best fitting "casual" oxford shirts? i.e., able to be worn untucked, slim fit, etc.

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Thread Starter 
Trying to find a perfect fitting oxford that comes in a few different colors.. I am looking for one that can be worn untucked, fits slim, good quality, etc. I have tried Thom Browne (looks ridic untucked and I am 6'1"), J. Crew sunfaded ones I like but the medium is too baggy and small is too small after just one wash...

Any other options? I saw Bonobos has some of their house brand but I have no experience
post #2 of 29

I have this one that I really like:  http://www.ernestalexander.com/shop/shirts/benjamin-oxford-shirt?product=123

 

post #3 of 29
BoO or Gitman?
post #4 of 29
Outlier has a really nice stuff, this shirt is more reasonably priced than most: http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/northeast-pivot-sleeve-shirt.html
post #5 of 29
Ann D? Mugler has some good options too?
post #6 of 29
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

BoO or Gitman?

BoO are too short imo atleast on me @ 6'1", as for Gitman, i havent tried them in a few years since when they first started to become popular again, but I remember them being quite puffy/baggy in the back... maybe that is different now, gotta stop by barneys and try em again
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Originally Posted by Newo View Post

Outlier has a really nice stuff, this shirt is more reasonably priced than most: http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/northeast-pivot-sleeve-shirt.html

That looks nice but in the pics on the site it looks like it would prob. be too short, atleast on that guy its looks it
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post #8 of 29
uniqlo
post #9 of 29
The Lands' End Canvas Oxfords are really nice, but run on the large side. I have a few smalls from a while back that fit great, but when I ordered a couple more recently they were too big. Might fit you nicely though as it sounds like you're a little bigger than I am (I'm 5'8).
post #10 of 29
RRL oxfords have a great fit when untucked.
post #11 of 29

I just grabbed some new Nordstrom house brand Wallin & Bros that have a great fit - I'm 6' 180lbs and the medium is a good slim fit. Squared off on the bottom. No pleats on the back though...

http://shop.nordstrom.com/sr?keyword=wallin&origin=keywordsearch


Edited by herrmj - 1/11/12 at 11:07pm
post #12 of 29
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Originally Posted by Newo View Post

Outlier has a really nice stuff, this shirt is more reasonably priced than most: http://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/northeast-pivot-sleeve-shirt.html

+1, I have to be out and about, moving around for my job, so outlier's shirts have always been a welcome addition
post #13 of 29
Thom Browne. you tried on the wrong ones
post #14 of 29
Sounds like we are about the same size and I find the Our Legacy Placket button down shirts in size small to be a great fit. Too bad they don't make many anymore.
post #15 of 29
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Originally Posted by RustyRyan View Post

RRL oxfords have a great fit when untucked.

+1. Also Paul Smith London. Agree that TB shirts are too long. I was planning to wear one untucked but it looked silly. Swaped it out for a stripped RRL
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