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Hello all. 

 

I have been looking for some good fitting, casual button down shirts. 

The best fitting / reliable brand that I have been able to find so far is J.Crew, but I am not a big fan of their shirt lengths/tails.

Does anyone have any suggestions for shirts that are well fitted and not too long? I'm only 5'8-9 and because they are casual, I wont want to tuck my shirts in... therefore I dont want shirts that are too long.

 

 

 

Thanks ahead of time.

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Originally Posted by tgod93 View Post

Hello all. 

 

I have been looking for some good fitting, casual button down shirts. 

The best fitting / reliable brand that I have been able to find so far is J.Crew, but I am not a big fan of their shirt lengths/tails.

Does anyone have any suggestions for shirts that are well fitted and not too long? I'm only 5'8-9 and because they are casual, I wont want to tuck my shirts in... therefore I dont want shirts that are too long.

 

 

 

Thanks ahead of time.

Ledbury. casual slim. 

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Ledbury. casual slim. 

+1.  Pretty impressed with the Ledbury shirts I've picked up recently.  I originally placed an order for a single shirt and then placed an additional order for a couple other shirts after receiving the first order.  Pretty happy with the quality and fit.

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I'm pretty sure Gap or Guess stores have it, then there's always Nordstrom or Macy's.

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Banana Republic casual slim fits aren't bad. It looks like they even have tailored slim fits now, which would be even slimmer. Better than Gap but not $135 like Ledbury. Plus, they always seem to have good coupon codes.

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Brooks Brothers Extra Slim fit. Supima cotton feels amazing. Made in America for under $80.
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Why not go with custom made casual shirts you can design your own casual shirt that will give you the latest trend that is slim fit and will cost you about the same amount of money.

thanks for all the responses guys!

 

i should have mentioned... my limit is about $90~ for each shirt. So $135 for each shirt is a little too much for me.

 

Also, where do would you suggest getting custom made shirts of good quality and fit?

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