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Where? I see decent, not great, sales.
I heard (but did not see myself) that bergdorf had everything for 40% off last weekend. Could still be going on?
post #617 of 2397
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Originally Posted by Seph View Post
I heard (but did not see myself) that bergdorf had everything for 40% off last weekend. Could still be going on?

Darn! RL took some of their items off sale today. These are some of the ones I had wanted to order of course!!!
post #618 of 2397
Pure out of Germany makes a nice slim fit dress shirt, comparable in fit to some of the Ben Sherman Mod Fit stuff, but nicer quality fabrics Gordon Mitchell, a canadian shirtmaker makes a line called Vibe that makes slim fit dress shirts that I've found to be a nice fit
post #619 of 2397
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"rics" discount code still works at TM Lewin by the way, just scored 5 shirts shipped for 100 pounds.
+ 1 . Ordered 4 shirts and a pair of cuff links last night for 107 £ shipped to Denmark
post #620 of 2397
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Originally Posted by GloStiX View Post
Regarding Express 1MX Fitted shirts, I find their fit to be slightly slimmer than H&M's after a wash. What annoys me about them is the weird collar. No matter how I iron it, the collars form like a "C" shape around my neck that stays erect and just won't relax and hang down/open the way you would like to wear a shirt informally. They are also longer than H&M's slims.

Suggestions on cheap, short, slim shirts?

Mine do the exact same thing. I'm never buying an Express dress shirt again.
post #621 of 2397
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Originally Posted by dopamine View Post
Mine do the exact same thing. I'm never buying an Express dress shirt again.

Shirts I buy anywhere have flimsy collars, including Boss (their regular prices are $125 to $150 - and even higher - but you get collars that roll up after 2-3 washes)!

Any suggestions as to where to buy shirts with collars that will retain their shape?
post #622 of 2397
After trying on pretty much every available high-end shirts I have to say that Corneliani's shirts fit me the best.
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Originally Posted by GloStiX View Post

Suggestions on cheap, short, slim shirts?

I'd be interested in these opinions too. The express 1MX fit me very nicely, the length is just an inch or two too long.

Any slim fits you know of that have a very short lenght? (I know I'm supposed to search but 42 pages is a bit much to wade through).
post #624 of 2397
Collar rolls on my Express too. Express is good to just throw on wit some jeans or some other b.s. The BR Heritage line XS might fit good but their shirts seem huge to me. Jcrew seems lik the best out of all the low ends, I'm eager to see how their thomas masons are.
post #625 of 2397
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Collar rolls on my Express too. Express is good to just throw on wit some jeans or some other b.s. The BR Heritage line XS might fit good but their shirts seem huge to me. Jcrew seems lik the best out of all the low ends, I'm eager to see how their thomas masons are.

I have found soft collars to be a problem in many casual (mall-brand) shirts.
post #626 of 2397
Just got my TM Lewin shirts in, they fit awesome. Definitely a good deal for $30 a shirt.
post #627 of 2397
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Just got my TM Lewin shirts in, they fit awesome. Definitely a good deal for $30 a shirt.

Great! I should get mine this week. Did you order their slimfit or classic?
post #628 of 2397
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Originally Posted by mkarim View Post
Great! I should get mine this week. Did you order their slimfit or classic?

Slim.

They are marked semi-fit and are pretty slim, although not as much as Boss Black for example. But they definitely fit well, I don't feel like I need to get them tailored at all. Quality is nice as well.

Outside of some amazing clearance deals, I can't think of anything comparable for the price or even for $50-60 bucks..
post #629 of 2397
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Originally Posted by Flambeur View Post
Slim.

They are marked semi-fit and are pretty slim, although not as much as Boss Black for example. But they definitely fit well, I don't feel like I need to get them tailored at all. Quality is nice as well.

Outside of some amazing clearance deals, I can't think of anything comparable for the price or even for $50-60 bucks..

Yes, and they have a sweet deal where all blue shirts are 20 pounds each till tomorrow (Monday) morning.
post #630 of 2397
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Originally Posted by badchad View Post
I'd be interested in these opinions too. The express 1MX fit me very nicely, the length is just an inch or two too long.

Any slim fits you know of that have a very short lenght? (I know I'm supposed to search but 42 pages is a bit much to wade through).
Agreed completely. My express shirts fit nice and slim but they're just a bit too long. I'm trying to find something cheap, I'm a broke college student haha. Might have to check out Zara or H&M.
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