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post #1771 of 2377
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Originally Posted by marc237 View Post
Peter Elliot used a brand called Sanfort, an Italian maker, that produces slim fit shirts. On sale, they are quite the steal.

These shirts are excellent for my build
I bought 10 at $10 each 1/2 point collar and 1/2 button down all white
46 chest
38 waist
17 neck
33 sleve
they come with a band at bottom to assist in keeping shirt tucked in
post #1772 of 2377
how does a 15 e-zegna shirt fit ? i wear 14.5 in valentino and the neck is just too smal but the rest are fine
post #1773 of 2377
Man I got some slim fit shirts from BB. The shirts fit decent but the sleeves around my wrists are way too big.
post #1774 of 2377
You could move the cuff button.
post #1775 of 2377
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Originally Posted by Saigonesque View Post
Slim fit or not, does anyone know where I can find a shirt maker that makes cheap shirts for incredibly small men? I'm something like a 13.75" neck, 23" sleeves, 31" chest, 5'6", 125 pounds, and Express XSs are the only thing I've found that fit me. Unfortunately, the material is incredibly shoddy and uncomfortable (I just put a shirt in the sink to hand-wash it with lukewarm water, and color bled everywhere.) Anyone in a similar situation find an alternative?

Try H&M. Their cottons are surprisingly decent quality and they have a nice sheen to them. Highly recommended for smaller guys
post #1776 of 2377
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Originally Posted by StephenB View Post
Man I got some slim fit shirts from BB. The shirts fit decent but the sleeves around my wrists are way too big.

Try the extra slim fit by Brooks Brothers of Tailored Fit by Charles Tyrwhitt
post #1777 of 2377
We suggest Antichi Telai's dress shirts. The cut is excellent and they are really well tailored. If you wanna know more about that, just send me a message.
post #1778 of 2377
Ok so I have a hell of a time finding a good slim fit shirt that fits they way I want. I always try the smallest sizes when I go to a store and the sleeves are always baggy and they are to long in length. I have one shirt that fits the way I like from of all places Benetton. I am of course picky about the fabric. I despise wrinkles(I am serious OCD). Can anyone recommend a place where I might find a shirt with similar measurements to the ones below in the $80 or bellow range? I would prefer to stay away from MTM but if worse comes to worse I will have to.

25 1/2 Sleeve Length
17 Pit to Pit
28 in Length

Im roughly 5'9 and 120 pounds.
post #1779 of 2377
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Originally Posted by rogerm View Post
The shirts I'm always searching for are Polo "Custom Fit" shirts. For me, they fit better than some MTM shirts. However they are very hard to come by. I can never find them at the Polo store and the 1-2 shirts they have on Polo.com are usually atrocious. There are plenty of tent-like "classic fit" shirts available.

They are my favorites too. In fact to me they are the best shirts that fit. I just love it.
post #1780 of 2377
I appreciate all the good information here, but am hoping someone can help me further.

I've been to the places that have local shops here in San Francisco, but have not found anything that moderately fits me.

I have a 36/37 sleeve length from back of the collar, 28" sleeves from the shoulder, 17.5" - 18" shoulders, and a 38" chest.

Now, if I can find a slim fit shirt with the correct arm length, I can easily take in the shirt around the chest a bit so that it fits, and I'm okay wearing casual dress shirts a little lose. But the only time I've found shirts that sorta fit is when they are *not* slim fit, and have large shoulders. This causes the arms to start lower on my shoulder and hence the cuffs will come down to the proper spot on my wrist.

For the guys out there that are happy with your finds - - any of you have 37" sleeves or anything close to the measurements above?

I've ordered a few MTM shirts, but would like to get one sooner for an upcoming date, and also would like to find "casual dress shirts".
post #1781 of 2377
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Originally Posted by DaGruppo View Post
We suggest Antichi Telai's dress shirts. The cut is excellent and they are really well tailored. If you wanna know more about that, just send me a message.

I wanna know more as well. Could you please post the info here so that I can benefit too?
post #1782 of 2377
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Originally Posted by Frank Davis View Post
I wanna know more as well. Could you please post the info here so that I can benefit too?

If you wanna know moer as well, what about you just message him as well.
post #1783 of 2377
A slim fit shirt is always what I want when I go out there to buy a shirt. But unfortunately except you are loaded, it is not easy to get exactly what you want at an affordable price.
post #1784 of 2377
I received my Savile Row Co shirts today. Pretty slim fit actually, a tiny bit larger (if any) than my extra slim fit BB shirts.

Fabric on my plain color shirts seems a little thin, will be nice in the summer though.

The gingham shirts I received seem thicker, a little better quality.

There seems to be some loose threads around the buttons, nothing that some scissors can't fix.

I will try and update after a few washings.

For $17 a shirt and free shipping I am very pleased!
post #1785 of 2377
17$ American? If so, please tell how
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