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Who makes the slimmest Dress Shirt, under $120?

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I really like Kamakura, but even in their slimmest Tokyo Slim fit, I still feel the chest and arms are a bit baggy and im not a super slim guy.

 

Of trhe usual suspects in this range (Suit Supply, Kamakura, Proper Cloth, Charles Tyrwhitt, etc), who makes the slimmest fit shirt?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Thread Starter 

Anyone?

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I haven't shopped for shirts in several months, but the slimmest ones that I have personally found are the "super fitted" shirts from T. M. Lewin. They are the only shirts I've bought that are too slim for me. Out of the "usual suspects" I have tried CT, TM Lewin, Brooks Brothers, and Proper Cloth. Of course Proper Cloth is MTM so you should be able to get them as slim as you like; my PC shirt fits me very well. I think J. Crew also makes extra-small shirts that are very tiny, but they do not have SF cred. Someone with more shirt experience might be able to give you more sage advice, but I can tell you that TM Lewin super-fitted shirts are quite slim.

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Charles Tyrwhitt amended their sizing sometime last year - their extra slim fit is now even slimmer. I have both Kamakura and CT, and CT is definitely slimmer. 

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Just to give the website:

 

TM Lewin: http://www.tmlewin.com/

CT Shirts: www.ctshirts.com/Shirts

Brooks Brother: www.brooksbrothers.com

Proper Cloth: www.propercloth.com

J.Crew: www.jcrew.com

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