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Beams+, pima cotton oxford shirt, sz M (runs small), brand new

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by bimper, Nov 4, 2012.

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  1. bimper

    bimper Well-Known Member

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    Up for sale: Beautiful white pima cotton oxford shirt, made by the Japanese company Beams+, and purchased at Unionmade in San Francisco. Size M, but its a rather small Japanese medium, so see measurements below.

    I've only worn it for about one hour, so it is effectively brand new. It looked quite excellent on me in the dressing room, and I particularly loved the rounded collar, which is a nice alternative to the typical button down--it verges on club collar. It wasn't until afterward, alas, that I realized the shirt's fittedness, which I admired in-store, makes it more restrictive than I like in real life.

    Single chest pocket. Outstanding quality and construction on this shirt, with pima cotton that surely will soften with time and last a very long time. Pick it up here at more than half off retail.

    The shirt retailed for $188. You can pick it up here for $75 shipped Conus, assuming paypal as a gift.

    pit to pit: 19.5"
    across waist (5 inches below pits): 18"
    shoulder to shoulder: 17.5"
    length along the back, from the bottom of the collar: 28.25"
    sleeve length, as measured from the shoulder sleeve to the sleeve hem along the outside of the sleeve: 24.5"

    Here's a link to the Unionmade page:


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  2. longwalker

    longwalker Senior member

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  3. Sparecash

    Sparecash New Member

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    Can you post any pictures of you wearing it so that I can get a better idea of the collar? Thanks

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