- Aug 19, 2006
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I have a few colors and they're my fave casual oxfords. Longer than Kamkura Ivy and a less beefy material, more a washed vintagey feel. I went with my usual size and fits good and roomy, but wish I sized up 1 so I could wash and machine dry though.New Nordstrom drop - https://www.nordstrom.com/s/mens-hunting-shirt-jacket/6843954
Also, can anyone share some thoughts on Wythe's oxfords? I see they're back in stock. How do they compare to a Kamakura Ivy, for example?
Report back if you get them. I'm curious what distinguishes them from ribbed tanks at half (or less) the price. I mean that sincerely; I'm in the market for another tank or two for layering and want to know if these are worth it!gonna buy some tank tops for sure.
I ended up getting a popover, in the awning stripe pattern. I’ve been wanting a popover and a summer-weight long sleeve shirt; this ticks both boxes. The fabric is quite light, so it should serve well in a Pacific Northwest summer. It’s quite roomy, even as someone looking for an easy fit. I went with a small and it’s still a bit loose and long (I’m about 5’ 9” and 155 lb, or 175 cm and 70 kg if you swing that way). That said, it seems like a pretty great shirt. I really like the stripes! We’ll see how it goes as I wear it this summer.In general, the comments here indicate that the measurements at No Man Walks Alone are likely more accurate than those at Wythe’s site—correct? I’m looking at the cotton/linen popovers, and I am often between a small and a medium.