Best fitting "casual" oxford shirts? i.e., able to be worn untucked, slim fit, etc.

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  1. pg600rr

    pg600rr Senior member

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    Trying to find a perfect fitting oxford that comes in a few different colors.. I am looking for one that can be worn untucked, fits slim, good quality, etc. I have tried Thom Browne (looks ridic untucked and I am 6'1"), J. Crew sunfaded ones I like but the medium is too baggy and small is too small after just one wash...

    Any other options? I saw Bonobos has some of their house brand but I have no experience
     


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    Ann D? Mugler has some good options too?
     


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    BoO are too short imo atleast on me @ 6'1", as for Gitman, i havent tried them in a few years since when they first started to become popular again, but I remember them being quite puffy/baggy in the back... maybe that is different now, gotta stop by barneys and try em again


    That looks nice but in the pics on the site it looks like it would prob. be too short, atleast on that guy its looks it
     


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    The Lands' End Canvas Oxfords are really nice, but run on the large side. I have a few smalls from a while back that fit great, but when I ordered a couple more recently they were too big. Might fit you nicely though as it sounds like you're a little bigger than I am (I'm 5'8).
     


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    RRL oxfords have a great fit when untucked.
     


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    Thom Browne. you tried on the wrong ones
     


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    Sounds like we are about the same size and I find the Our Legacy Placket button down shirts in size small to be a great fit. Too bad they don't make many anymore.
     


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    +1. Also Paul Smith London. Agree that TB shirts are too long. I was planning to wear one untucked but it looked silly. Swaped it out for a stripped RRL
     


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