Men's Oxford Dress Shirt
Great look! Great fit! Great value! The only problem is this shirt won't repel pizza sauce.
May 11, 2013
Bring back 50/50 affordable custom size shirts!
Lands' End no longer sell affordable custom sized 50/50 cotton/poly blend oxford shirts. They jacked up the price on the no iron cotton shirts that needs to be ironed after every wash. This company used to have competitive prices, but no longer. I purchased this large sized shirt because of the 50/50 blend (which is more wrinkle-proof) & the sale price, but the sleeves are 35, and I am a 34. I hope Lands' End sells the custom 50/50 shirts again. Until then, I will be shopping elsewhere.
April 28, 2013
Size and Material Matter
Sears has ruined another brand. I have bought this shirt for 20 years. I now have to find another.
April 22, 2013
True sizing eliminated
Used to buy these shirts previously in a 17.5 x 37. Unfortunately, the sizing is now generic (M, L, XL, etc), which does not work well with a dress shirt. I have been forced to look elsewhere for my shirts.
April 21, 2013
Need dress shirt sixes
I have bought dozens of this shirt over the years. They are my favorite and wear very well. But after a couple of years, I like to replace them. Now, my 15x33 size is not specifically offered . S-M-L-XL sizing is too imprecise for a dress shirt. Sadly, I must look for other sources...
April 14, 2013
Will not purchase with generic sport-shirt sizing
I have purchased Lands' End dress shirts for some 30 years. Your new all-cotton wrinkle-free (40 washes or whatever) do not hold up, have frayed collars and button plackets within a year. Turning to buy some more blend dress shirts, which look great after several years, I see you no longer carry exact sizes, but have gone to generic, sport-shirt sizing. That will not work for a professional-looking dress shirt. I'm sorry to say that I won't be buying any further shirts from you.
April 13, 2013
Short Shirt Tail
I've been buying and monogramming these basic oxfords for well over 20 years. It was my mainstay through leaner years when they were 6 for $100. I just purchased 5 about two weeks back and it was my first order since I could not specifically order an 18x35 in100% cotton. I must admit that even though I ordered an XXL, which one would believe would give plenty of room everywhere, the shirt tail is about 3 to 4 inches shorter than the previous versions in my closet. I will admit the cotton blend did take well to starch, but I cannot get past the shirt tail length. I'm lost as a long time customer even though I really dislike mall shopping. I'm really sorry you decided to save money on the shirt tail length. It's a sad day.
March 30, 2013
Limited sizing :-(
I have purchased these Original Oxford shirts from Lands End for over a decade. I love the hearty feeling of the thick material. The quality of the shirts 5+ years ago was much better than the ones I purchased a couple years ago, but I still get much use from the shirts before they need to be replaced and I came back looking for me.
But I am greatly disappointed that I can't get this shirt in a trim/tailored fit anymore. A regular cut leaves lots of fabric flapping under my arms and I appreciated the more snug fit provided by he trim/tailored cut. I'll have to look elsewhere for my shirts if Lands End won't provide this cut in this shirt anymore. Too bad. :-(
December 12, 2012
Nice looking shirt. Great quality. Reasonable price.
I bought the shirt for my husband as a gift. It looked great on him and he was really impressed not only with the quality look but with the ciomfort and great fit it provided.
December 8, 2012
Bad business model
After 20 years I am no longer buying shirts from Lands End. I was frustrated with my Last purchase of shirts with only one button on the cuff and the new sizing scheme is the kicker. Your generic sizing does not work with my build (I was a two sport college athlete).
When, and if, you come to around to recognize the "cost" of listening to people who lost the integrity of what you stood for you will have my loyalty back. Until then, good luck!
December 3, 2012