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post #16 of 24
That's the thing their 138.00 MTM shirts is the sales price.
post #17 of 24

Charles Tyrwhitt.

I have tried many, many brands and CT are the best. If you know your neck and sleeve length you just need to find the fit that's best for you (classic, slim, extra slim).

I can recommend their non-iron shirts. Also, try a cutaway (spread) collar, they are stylish (although, perhaps, a bit unusual in the US).

post #18 of 24

I'm on the non-slim side of the scale but still find BB's "classic" fit is too big for me. I thought I had found my happy medium with Tyrwhitt but I've found that lately I've also experienced a lot of variety in quality at CT. They start out fitting a little better than BB in terms of not being so billowy but their collars wind up shrinking more and quicker than the rest of the shirt. I'm willing to spend a little more and perhaps I should try MTM at this point since there doesn't seem to be a quality happy medium for me between BB and CT. Perhaps in terms of OTR, a happy medium doesn't exist between these two.

post #19 of 24
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Originally Posted by Jimmy D View Post

I'm on the non-slim side of the scale but still find BB's "classic" fit is too big for me. I thought I had found my happy medium with Tyrwhitt but I've found that lately I've also experienced a lot of variety in quality at CT. They start out fitting a little better than BB in terms of not being so billowy but their collars wind up shrinking more and quicker than the rest of the shirt. I'm willing to spend a little more and perhaps I should try MTM at this point since there doesn't seem to be a quality happy medium for me between BB and CT. Perhaps in terms of OTR, a happy medium doesn't exist between these two.

Can I ask why you are not trying the Regent or Milano fit for BB if the Traditional and Madison are too "billowy" for you?
post #20 of 24
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Can I ask why you are not trying the Regent or Milano fit for BB if the Traditional and Madison are too "billowy" for you?

I ordered the milano and regent. I have to say the milano is perfect! $92 shirt for $45. I'm going to order more next sale.
post #21 of 24
this is excellent advice. BB MTM is best value in dress shirts. BB gets collars and shoulders right. nothing else matters. the rest of the shirt can be done by a monkey. also, BB shirts are always appropriate for offices. their only rivals are the best british, french and italians brands.
post #22 of 24

I'm 6'0 and 160lbs and went with T.M. Lewin for my shirts. You can find deals where they have all their shirts for under $30 and free shipping. I actually found an ad on instagram where they were advertising it. I love the fit of their "fitted" style.

post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by Ryan Haase View Post
 

I'm 6'0 and 160lbs and went with T.M. Lewin for my shirts. You can find deals where they have all their shirts for under $30 and free shipping. I actually found an ad on instagram where they were advertising it. I love the fit of their "fitted" style.

 

T. M. Lewin makes an excellent slim fit cut- I have one, but I wear it as a casual shirt, as the pattern is a bit louder and the material is not as nice as my BB or Zegna shirts. You're not going to find better quality at the price point you bought them at, though.

 

Also, member for over four years, and this is your first post? Glad you finally found a topic worth discussing.

post #24 of 24

Nattyshirts, is offereing upto 50% off black friday sale.

 

Its not to miss.

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