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Ernest Alexander deep blue denim shirt, sz S

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by bimper, Aug 11, 2012.

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  1. bimper

    bimper Well-Known Member

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    Up for sale: a beautiful, new denim shirt from Ernest Alexander in size S (and I had a tailor shorten the sleeves a bit, see measurement below). Its made from soft woven Japanese cotton, with a button down collar (front and back), red contrast stitching at the bottom buttonhole and sleeve placket. I've only put this on at home to try on--I've come to the conclusion that I need to size up to M, as it's fairly slim, and I'm getting less so. Not to oversell this, but I've had a fair number of denim shirts in my day, and this is my fave by a pretty wide margin--it's soft, comfortable and great looking, with a nice deep rich blue that should age beautifully. An excellent casual shirt, which retailed for $140. My price: $70 (paypal please) shipped CONUS.

    Here's a description taken from the EA website before they sold out:

    <<Our updated version of a traditional denim shirt presented in a sleek deep blue. Made of lightweight, Japanese woven raw denim, we recommend wearing this shirt like one wears selvedge jeans. This shirt just gets softer with each wear becoming worn and creased in all the right places. This will quickly become your favorite shirt>>



    bottom of collar to hem, along the back: 29.75"
    waist: 19.5
    pit to pit: 21.5"
    sleeve length, from shoulder seam to end of cuff: 23"
     

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    the sleeve kills a deal
     
  3. bimper

    bimper Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I always get my sleeves shortened on shirts as I like them to hit me right at the wrist. FWIW, I picked up a size M in this shirt, and have never once worn it without rolling up the sleeves.
     
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