Originally Posted by afixedpoint
Coldsnap, Gitman fit is not so bad. Not super slim, but looks fine untucked, and I am skinny as hell. They also do a few funky prints every season, which no one else in the price range does. Sizing in the plain oxfords is usually consistent, but try to get measurements before buying the prints.
Originally Posted by Meis
I'd agree with toasty on this. Material isn't great, better than uniqlo but not so much as to be worth the price difference. Fit-wise, gitman billows out in the back and the armholes are huge (at least on the smaller sizes)
I feel like if you're gonna buy GBV shirts, do it because you think whatever print you're getting is awesome, because the oxfords aren't anything that special. The fit is ridiculously bad on me, at least; a medium borders on pulling at the chest, billows out something terrible at the waist, and is a little too short in the arms. The materials I've handled were mostly pretty nice, the buttons were kinda interesting (I think they called them "chalk"?), and they did a good job with stuff like contrast stitching. Buttons aside, though, I wouldn't say Uniqlo is that much of a step down and should fit decently enough once I have the box pleat sewed down.
tl;dr - If you're into one of the funky prints from, get that; if you just want an oxford, don't bother.