youngteam - These are all good recommendations. I can't say I like the Alan shirts, but that's just because I'm picky about collars on that kind of shirt, and those are too soft for their shape (for me). Admittedly, they're not really my style, so that's not an appraisal of their quality/style for you. Since you mention RL shirts in your first post, have you looked at the RL custom fits? Relative to the other designers mentioned (prada, Paul Smith, etc.) they're not slim at all, but are a lot more reasonable than the acreage of material on a regular RL shirt. They're also now commonly available on discount (my cheapness comes through) at Filene's Basement/Marshall's etc., for like $30. Also, look vintage if you don't mind. I've found a few great, clearly older shirts at thrift shops, no name brands, that fit, I think, like what you have in mind. Polyester blends, naturally. LA Guy has a point that the Alan shirts look better with jeans than dress shirts, because they are designed to be worn that way, while dress shirts are made to be tucked. I was out over the weekend and the number of idiots (idiots in addition to, not because of, their clothing) wearing oversized striped shirts with slim jeans was appalling. It's a weird look: skinny legs with a nightshirt-like multi-colored monstrosity down to mid thigh. So much pomade... I hate to admit, the ladies seem to dig it. I must be going to the wrong bars.