Originally Posted by merkur
Unfotunately, I have found that Edward Stripe although they make a good shirt, they offer really weird sleeve lengths such that it is almost inevitable that you will have to pay for the sleeves to be altered unless you have weird anatomical proportions. I should note though that they have excellent ?stainless steel collar stays.
I have one Edward Stripe shirt, in a cloth and pattern that I really like.
As others have said, I had to pay for sleeve alteration as their sleeve size selections are quite limited.
Edward Stripe used to be carried by a couple of local menswear stores, but I haven't seen it for quite a while.
I bought my shirt direct from their website during a sale about 18 months ago. As Neyus stated above, they offer very large discounts at certain times on certain items. I would class the shirts as being pretty much as good as any of the costly Australian brands such as Herringbone, Shirt Studio, MCM, or the various other companies that charge at least $180 but still have their shirts made in Pakistan, Turkey or Egypt.