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post #301 of 457
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Do any of  the NYC stores honor this deal in-store? I have a catalog that has the $39.50 for shirts but it doesn't include the free tie.

I've done this before. Print out the page of the website that shows the details of the deal, and bring it in.

post #302 of 457
Bit of a strange question, but can someone tell me how far from the yoke the darts begin on a collar size 16 extra slim fit shirt?
post #303 of 457
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Bit of a strange question, but can someone tell me how far from the yoke the darts begin on a collar size 16 extra slim fit shirt?

 

in a 15.5 it's 9 inches (it helps to have a striped shirt for an accurate measure). it can't be too far off for a 16.

post #304 of 457
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Originally Posted by topos View Post

in a 15.5 it's 9 inches (it helps to have a striped shirt for an accurate measure). it can't be too far off for a 16.

Thanks for that. Anyone confirm that it's the same for a 16?
post #305 of 457
I only have 15.5 to hand but given that the length of the arm and body is almost identical I would be very surprised if the dart started any more than 0.25" further down.
post #306 of 457
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Thanks for that. Anyone confirm that it's the same for a 16?

i'll check tonight
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Just got my shirt and tie from the deal!
post #308 of 457
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Originally Posted by SidewinderX View Post



Just got my shirt and tie from the deal!

 

And your impressions?

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

post #309 of 457
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And your impressions?

Cheers,

Ac

Oh, this is my 5th CT shirt. I like them, they're workhorses. Don't get them with pockets, the quality is iffy when they add them
post #310 of 457
Also, in case anyone was unaware: you can order as many shirts as you'd like at $39.50 with that deal. Only 1 free tie though. CT shirts are definitely a good buy at this price point. I just wish they'd offer more variety in the slim fit, non-iron, spread collar combo, as they're my go-to workhorses for wearing with suits. Glad they finally offered a staple light blue in this combo, at least.
post #311 of 457
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Also, in case anyone was unaware: you can order as many shirts as you'd like at $39.50 with that deal. Only 1 free tie though. CT shirts are definitely a good buy at this price point. I just wish they'd offer more variety in the slim fit, non-iron, spread collar combo, as they're my go-to workhorses for wearing with suits. Glad they finally offered a staple light blue in this combo, at least.

I'm just the opposite. I despise non-iron shirts and strive to avoid them.
post #312 of 457

Can anyone comment on shoulder slope of CT shirts?

 

More sloped or more squarish?

post #313 of 457
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

I'm just the opposite. I despise non-iron shirts and strive to avoid them.

I know non-iron shirts aren't very popular on SF, but I find CT's to be rather decent. Very soft and they stay looking crisp without an iron ever touching them. I only prefer this variety for wearing with business-y suits, though. For more casual shirts such as OCBDs, I prefer must-irons, and embrace any wrinkling that occurs.
post #314 of 457
Man it sucks they only have 6 options for the. 14.5/32 esf and I already got 4 of them.
post #315 of 457
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Originally Posted by SidewinderX View Post

Oh, this is my 5th CT shirt. I like them, they're workhorses. Don't get them with pockets, the quality is iffy when they add them

You sure that's a spread collar? Looks more like their classic collar. Spread looks like it is shorter, and a wider spread than the picture you posted...
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