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favorite solid button ups?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ctb87, Nov 12, 2015.

  1. ctb87

    ctb87 Member

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    Looking to add a few button up shirts to my wardrobe. Casual is okay, but not too messy looking. Prefer made in USA/England/Canada/Japan etc.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Streettrash

    Streettrash Senior member

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    Freenote Cloth, Outclass, Aloha Sunday, Wolf and Man, just to pick a few that are at a price point of daily wear.
     
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    ctb87 Member

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    these are all some excellent suggestions, thank you will check them out!
     
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    boxdok Senior member

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    Great thread. I'm also looking for some casual button down myself. My price range is around 150. I need a slim fit with a decent length and preferably made in USA. I'm 6'3 185
     
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    Agreed, it's weirdly hard to find simple, sturdy shirting in that price range. A close friend has made excellent shirts for me in the past, but I want to branch out a bit so I'm in the same boat.

    I've looked at Gustin, Gitman, and Taylor Stitch but their cuts don't suit me. Hopefully we'll find some new pursuits here.
     
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    I also like Knickerbocker, Stock Mfg. Co., and Welcome Stranger stuff for daily use, most in the sub $200 range. I like Gitman but agree the fits can be odd, so I don't buy unless I try.
     

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