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post #16 of 29
Wolf vs Goat makes nice ones too
post #17 of 29
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Originally Posted by Moocow9 View Post

Wolf vs Goat makes nice ones too

Yep. Never really found a shirt that fit (for me) as good as they do.
post #18 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

you guys must be getting the TB dress shirts. his sportshirts are not nearly as long, I assure you.
post #19 of 29
it was indeed a dress shirt. will need to check out the sports shirt
post #20 of 29
my gf made the same mistake with my xmas present. she bought me the oxford dress shirt, and it's long as hell (far longer than the other TBs I have). But it worked out because I also got a suit for xmas so I'm going to use the white OCBD she got me with the suit
post #21 of 29

casual ones maybe try jcpenny or jcrew

post #22 of 29
Do any of these online MTM company's sell good quality casual fabrics? I have considered buying some myself, but I don't know of any UK firms with a good reputation.

I know you have more options in the US, so maybe look into it?
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by oneeightyseven View Post

Thom Browne. you tried on the wrong ones


What are the visual differences between the TB sport shirts and dress shirts? i.e., besides seeing the length in person how do you tell which is which? Do they even make TB sportshirts int he solid oxford? or are they only lightweight stripe designs, etc.
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Originally Posted by RustyRyan View Post

RRL oxfords have a great fit when untucked.
Do all the RRL oxfords fit the same or are there certain ones that are slimmer than others?
post #24 of 29
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What are the visual differences between the TB sport shirts and dress shirts? i.e., besides seeing the length in person how do you tell which is which? Do they even make TB sportshirts int he solid oxford? or are they only lightweight stripe designs, etc.
Do all the RRL oxfords fit the same or are there certain ones that are slimmer than others?
PRL Oxfords in SLIM fit, the fit that' not available n the United States, is very nice untucked. The PRL Custom fit is a dress shirt and meant to be tucked in, way too long for a casual shirt.
post #25 of 29
[quote name="Rankiz" url="/t/282541/best-fitting-casual-oxford-shirts-i-e-able-to-be-worn-untucked-slim-fit-etc/15_15#post_5243943"] PRL Oxfords in [B]SLIM [/B]fit, the fit that' [U]not [/U]available n the United States, is very nice untucked. The PRL [B]Custom [/B]fit is a dress shirt and meant to be tucked in, way too long for a casual shirt. [/quote] I think they were talking about Double RL, not Polo RL. I have two RRL oxfords from the past couple years, both are pretty slim fitting, mediums around 20" p2p, 17.5 sh2sh, and 24" sh2sl, and short enough to be worn untucked (I'm 5'11"). Not much of a taper/drop though. I've worn the hell out of them and they've become super soft. Just don't get vintage RRL oxfords, they're gigantic. Smalls can have 47" chests...
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uniqlo

worked for me
post #27 of 29
I just mentioned this in another thread, but seems relevant here. Baron Wells ( http://baron-wells.com/ ) has some slim-fitting oxfords that fit quite well. All of them are made in New York and they just recently dropped their prices dramatically. The Eton is their premium oxford at $118 while the Studio version is slightly more paired down and sells for $88. I've got the Eton and it fits similarly to a Gitman Vintage, even though it looks less slim than that on their model.
post #28 of 29
You're not going to get a better fit OTR than you'll get from MTM, but you need to be willing to make a couple of mistakes along the way in terms of sizing, and you may have to be careful w/r/t which fabrics you select.

Also, why did I just get a banner ad for 75¢ off Land o' Lakes all-natural eggs? Do they know I just ate eggs for dinner? patch[1].gif
post #29 of 29

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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

You're not going to get a better fit OTR than you'll get from MTM, but you need to be willing to make a couple of mistakes along the way in terms of sizing, and you may have to be careful w/r/t which fabrics you select.
Also, why did I just get a banner ad for 75¢ off Land o' Lakes all-natural eggs? Do they know I just ate eggs for dinner? patch[1].gif


What'd those shirts end up costing each?  I've been very slowly picking up shirts on clearance, but realistically, waiting for designer shirts I actually like the look of to hit 70% off takes way too long to fill a wardrobe.  I have an aversion to spending more than like $80 on a shirt confused.gif.

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