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Howard Yount ocbd shirt, light blue, sz 15 neck

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by bimper, Nov 25, 2012.

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  1. bimper

    bimper Well-Known Member

    May 9, 2010
    Up for sale: excellent condition light blue Howard Yount oxford cloth button down collar shirt. A classic staple shirt, in what I would call the perfect light blue color for this style shirt. The quality is excellent as you'd expect from HY. I unfortunately erred on slim size and should have sized up with this one. I've worn this 6-7 times tops, with probably 4 washes total: it's just starting to soften up, and has a long life ahead of it.

    It is sized 15-33, but note that I had the sleeves slightly shortened at the tailor, so check the measurements below.

    Description from the HY website, and link below:

    <<Button-down collar. French front. Rounded two button barrel cuff with placket button. Patch and flap pocket. Side pleats. Classic slim fit - a genuinely slim, but not skin-tight shirt. Fine single-needle stitching. 100% cotton.>>


    pit to pit: 21.5"
    across waist (5 inches below pits): 19.5"
    shoulder to shoulder: 18"
    length along the back, from the bottom of the collar: 31.5"
    sleeve length, as measured from the shoulder sleeve to the sleeve hem along the outside of the sleeve: 23"
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2012
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