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post #16 of 18
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Hi! 

 

Long time lurker here, signed up just to recommend you https://www.etonshirts.com/us/shirts/collection?limit=all shirts. I recently bought 3 shirts from there I have nothing but positives to say. Can be washed (hot), non-iron (or as close as you can come) which is achieved without coating them in what is essentially, poison. They even carry black ^^, 


Thanks man, looks good. Can they be worn untucked?

post #17 of 18
That depends on which fit you get and how tall you are I suppose. I have the slim fit in size 38 (small) and at 183cm (6.04 ft) they are too long for me to wear untucked, as they are supposed to be.

The super slim fit is 4cm shorter in the same size, and lengthwise was fine-ish for me to wear untucked. Tho I never prefer my dress shirts untucked - but thats up to you. Unfortunately I am not "super slim" biggrin.gif
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That depends on which fit you get and how tall you are I suppose. I have the slim fit in size 38 (small) and at 183cm (6.04 ft) they are too long for me to wear untucked, as they are supposed to be.

The super slim fit is 4cm shorter in the same size, and lengthwise was fine-ish for me to wear untucked. Tho I never prefer my dress shirts untucked - but thats up to you. Unfortunately I am not "super slim" biggrin.gif


I see. Yeah I'm looking to wear them casually with my fitted jeans.

It's a shame because I love those shirts, specifically the white ones with the blue or pink highlight. Very slick.

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