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best NYC slim-fit shirt options (old...but new?)

marsilius

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Hi,

Am new to SF and to NY so forgive this if it's a slight rehash, but many of the postings on this topic were old.

I need an entirely new set of shirts for work. I travel a lot, to some really crappy places, but I also have to dress up for diplomatic gigs. So I'm thinking of a gaggle of OTR shirts, supported by a select number of CEGO shirts for nicer occasions, based on hours of SF reading...

I'm a slim-fit (but not williamsburg slim), spread collar kind of guy, with conservative tastes and a like for a splash of colour.

Where would you shop here if you were me?!

Thanks for advice!
 

junior varsity

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i think most regular business-class people in NYC wear somewhere along the lines of brooks brothers or charles tyrwitt, dont they?
 

bugatti.veyron

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brooks would be good for you. If you plan on spending more than that, look into thomas pink or RL black label
 

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