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post #406 of 444
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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post

My new silver/navy CT shirt

It's now been worn dozens of times, and is holding up really well..

Today I'm wearing it yet again with Naked and Famous Cashmere stretch jeans:smile.gif
post #407 of 444
^ You got it a month ago and have already worn it dozens of times? uhoh.gif
post #408 of 444
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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

^ You got it a month ago and have already worn it dozens of times? uhoh.gif

Yes!!!

It was such a great bargain on sale that I don't baby it like my bespoke shirts, and wear AM and this shirt constantly!!

Great value for money!smile.gif
post #409 of 444

I have to give CT a great thumbs up for the ESF shirts. They were just what I needed, armholes cut a bit higher and a good fit around the body. Could have been a littler slimmer and the cuffs are just a little too wide but the overall impression is very good.

They will definately be making up the base of my wardrobe :fonz: 

post #410 of 444
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Originally Posted by Gbg brouge View Post

I have to give CT a great thumbs up for the ESF shirts. They were just what I needed, armholes cut a bit higher and a good fit around the body. Could have been a littler slimmer and the cuffs are just a little too wide but the overall impression is very good.
They will definately be making up the base of my wardrobe fing02%5B1%5D.gif 

Nice to hear that they have another happy customer - I'm wearing my Charles Tyrwhitt shirt today as well!smile.gif
post #411 of 444
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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post


Nice to hear that they have another happy customer - I'm wearing my Charles Tyrwhitt shirt today as well!smile.gif


Good choice! :)

post #412 of 444
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Originally Posted by Gbg brouge View Post


Good choice! smile.gif

Ditto!smile.gif
post #413 of 444
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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post


It's now been worn dozens of times, and is holding up really well..

Today I'm wearing it yet again with Naked and Famous Cashmere stretch jeans:smile.gif

:uhoh:

post #414 of 444
Just have to ask: Does anyone have any codes or info on obtaining free shipping to a U.S. address. I don't see it offered right now, although the shirts are on sale, so it may be too much to ask.
post #415 of 444
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Originally Posted by Shoeliker View Post

Just have to ask: Does anyone have any codes or info on obtaining free shipping to a U.S. address. I don't see it offered right now, although the shirts are on sale, so it may be too much to ask.

RMN10
post #416 of 444
Thanks, I'll give it a try!
post #417 of 444

Received my first CT shirts today. The quality of the shirts is OK -  altho the fabric seems to be a bit too thin for my taste. The fit is good with me (6'2, 210, and consider myself to be rather athletic) -both across the chest and in the waist; maybe I will dart them in the future. The 36" sleeves are also good.

 

However, one thing that I do not like too much - the collar. I ordered size 16, same as all my other shirts (TML). First, I don't particularly like the stiffness of the collar, due to it being fused. I much rather prefer the TML collars, that are considerably softer and more comfortable (unfused). Second, the CT collars are not as tall as those of TML. Third, the CT collars fit a bit more loose than the TML, maybe due to them being fused.

 

I will not return the current order, as I'm generally OK with it, however in the future I do not see myself buying any more CT shirts. One huge advantage that the CT shirts have over the TML, however, is that they offer both cuff options for any shirt - button cuff and the french cuff. Apart from that, I would say that TML is better. 

post #418 of 444
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Originally Posted by mfridman View Post

Received my first CT shirts today. The quality of the shirts is OK -  altho the fabric seems to be a bit too thin for my taste. The fit is good with me (6'2, 210, and consider myself to be rather athletic) -both across the chest and in the waist; maybe I will dart them in the future. The 36" sleeves are also good.

However, one thing that I do not like too much - the collar. I ordered size 16, same as all my other shirts (TML). First, I don't particularly like the stiffness of the collar, due to it being fused. I much rather prefer the TML collars, that are considerably softer and more comfortable (unfused). Second, the CT collars are not as tall as those of TML. Third, the CT collars fit a bit more loose than the TML, maybe due to them being fused.

I will not return the current order, as I'm generally OK with it, however in the future I do not see myself buying any more CT shirts. One huge advantage that the CT shirts have over the TML, however, is that they offer both cuff options for any shirt - button cuff and the french cuff. Apart from that, I would say that TML is better. 

I wear both CT and TMLewin shirts, but I prefer double cuff, which CT no longer offer for women, so overall I agree - however today I'm wearing CT, and although the size is big on me, it's very comfortable and their customer service is excellent!smile.gif
post #419 of 444

Any idea as to when the next promo may release? From what I've read, it seems they go for around $40. 

post #420 of 444
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Originally Posted by solas View Post

Any idea as to when the next promo may release? From what I've read, it seems they go for around $40. 

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