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JezeC - Similar to woodygg, we can help get you fitted into knit sportswear.  www.vastrm.com

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Anyone know of any brands that would fit my build?
I'm 5'5", 135 lbs, 36" chest, 30" waist, 31" sleeve length, 15" neck, 7" sleeve width

Thanks!
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Aside from MTM shirts I've had the best luck with Ultra Slim from Charles Tyrwitt.  Good quality and selection as well.  Their brass collar stays is a nice touch on top of everything as well. 

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Aside from MTM shirts I've had the best luck with Ultra Slim from Charles Tyrwitt.  Good quality and selection as well.  Their brass collar stays is a nice touch on top of everything as well. 


 



How does the Ultra slim compare to the extra slim? thanks.
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Aside from MTM shirts I've had the best luck with Ultra Slim from Charles Tyrwitt.  Good quality and selection as well.  Their brass collar stays is a nice touch on top of everything as well. 

 



How does the Ultra slim compare to the extra slim? thanks.

 

 

They have Extra Slim (slimmest), Slim (middle) and Classic (least slim).  I'm not sure what you're talking about Ultra vs Extra Slim?

 

This weblink shows some dimensions that may help you:  http://www.ctshirts.com/Formal-shirts-sizing-guide?cnt=sizing-guides

 

I wear an 18"collar and usually even slim shirts baloon out for me.  Not so much the case with Charles Tyrwitt.  Although I can only go up to 17.5" collar on the Extra Slim for now.  

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They have Extra Slim (slimmest), Slim (middle) and Classic (least slim).  I'm not sure what you're talking about Ultra vs Extra Slim?

 

This weblink shows some dimensions that may help you:  http://www.ctshirts.com/Formal-shirts-sizing-guide?cnt=sizing-guides

 

I wear an 18"collar and usually even slim shirts baloon out for me.  Not so much the case with Charles Tyrwitt.  Although I can only go up to 17.5" collar on the Extra Slim for now.  

 



I misunderstood your statement. I thought there was an "ultra" slim line from CT
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Believe it or not, when I was in between a MTM shirt order fiasco/delay, I actually found the CT Extra Slim (Slim Fit w/ darts) to fit pretty well w/r/t to dressier shirts.  Definitely can't complain @ $40 a pop and are readily available in NYC.  I think 95% of the problem with OTR can be hidden if people would just accept darts.

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Is it just me or are the waists really big for slim fit and extra slim fit for CT shirts? I.e., I see 15 neck, 38 chest, 38 waist under extra slim fit! Is that right?
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Is it just me or are the waists really big for slim fit and extra slim fit for CT shirts? I.e., I see 15 neck, 38 chest, 38 waist under extra slim fit! Is that right?

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I just found this thread via this thread

http://www.styleforum.net/t/295228/best-slim-fit-shirts/30 

 

My Shirt size - Neck: 15.5 / Chestt :40 

Waist: 33 (32-34) 

 

What would be good fitting Slim Non-Iron shirts that are not high priced


Edited by XFactor - 10/13/13 at 10:21am
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For those interest in slim shirts, TM Lewin have a launched a new shirt called the Super Fitted. It's only available in white at the moment, but from my calculations this and the Thomas Pink Super Slim Fit are amongst the slimmest on the market.

http://www.tmlewin.com/Super-Fitted-Shirts/Mens-Super-Fitted-Shirts,en_US,sc.html
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My Chest - 40  Waist 33 (32-24)  What would be good fitting Slim Non-Iron shirts that are not high priced? 

 

The trick is finding a shirt that fits your neck, chest, waist and (and choosing the right sleeve length).  A shirt's chest and waist measurements are tied to the neck size, so we'd need to know that in order to make any sort of recommendation.

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The trick is finding a shirt that fits your neck, chest, waist and (and choosing the right sleeve length).  A shirt's chest and waist measurements are tied to the neck size, so we'd need to know that in order to make any sort of recommendation.

Sorry I just updated the above post - mistakes fixed and added information. 

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For those interest in slim shirts, TM Lewin have a launched a new shirt called the Super Fitted. It's only available in white at the moment, but from my calculations this and the Thomas Pink Super Slim Fit are amongst the slimmest on the market.

http://www.tmlewin.com/Super-Fitted-Shirts/Mens-Super-Fitted-Shirts,en_US,sc.html

 

Thanks for taking the time to post this...  their website is frustrating at best.  I could not find any sort of definition as to their fits.  And as usual they throw around and seemingly use 'fitted' and 'trim' fit interchangeably.  Apparently they want me to buy one shirt of each to figure out how their shirts fit?

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They have Extra Slim (slimmest), Slim (middle) and Classic (least slim).  I'm not sure what you're talking about Ultra vs Extra Slim?

 

This weblink shows some dimensions that may help you:  http://www.ctshirts.com/Formal-shirts-sizing-guide?cnt=sizing-guides

 

I wear an 18"collar and usually even slim shirts baloon out for me.  Not so much the case with Charles Tyrwitt.  Although I can only go up to 17.5" collar on the Extra Slim for now.  

 



I misunderstood your statement. I thought there was an "ultra" slim line from CT

 

 

I did say that, sorry.  :satisfied:

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