I also have mixed emotions about Ted Baker's dress shirts. Â I purchased a couple of their shirts two or three years ago from his shop here in NYC. Â The fabric was all-cotton, with a very interesting pattern. Â Fit was slim, which was good. Â But the price was rather high for what one gets, so I did not purchase any more. Until I saw Ted Baker dress shirts at Bloomingdales. Â The price was less than the previous shirts, but they were also much less interesting. Â Excited nonetheless, I bought one. Â The fit was quite awkward -- rather blousy, as if it were cut for an American man. Â Buttons broke after first laundering. Â But the worst element of it was the collar was strangely balanced. Â Not by design, mind you, but a manufacturing defect. Â It's not that it was too large or small, just off. Perhaps they've improved since then. Â I don't know, as I won't be buying anymore of their mass market line anytime soon. Â My two cents.