Men's Short Sleeve Oxford Dress Shirt
Must be ironed to look nice.
This shirt is fine if you don't mind ironing. The material is OK. The fit is fine as you would expect from Lands End but we gave them away straight from the washer.
April 29, 2013
I am on the fence with these. I did decide to keep them but the loose "flare" fit at the bottom is somewhat annoying. Hopefully the fabric loosens up and drapes better with a few washings.
See through fabric for the most part like the other oxfords I purchased.
I wear a 17.5 shirt which in this is an XL. They pretty much match up size wise although these might be just a tad shorter in front than the shirts offered by specific neck size.
* I don't know if these are a good idea for guys that want to tuck their shirts in. I bought these to wear untucked and they "JUST" make it covering my gut. The fit isn't super flattering but like I said "There is worse".
Would recommend purchasing shirts by neck size for the "Tucker's" in the bunch.
March 23, 2013
This shirt fits fairly well, is available in several nice solid colors, and is well worth the price.
I ordered 5 shirts of the same type (60/40 cotton/polyester), size (3X), but different colors. My physical stature requires a 19" neck but is otherwise smaller. I need 32/33" long sleeves (which few, if any, retailers offer with a 19" neck) and must order short sleeves in lieu of the 35+ inch sleeves that are usually offered. The fit is fine, although I expected the neck (19") to feel larger. The 5 shirts were made in different countries (China, Bangladesh, and Indonesia). Respectively, the blue shirt, from China, was the best fitting, most comfortable, and most resistant to wrinkles. The other shirts did not have the same feel (seemed to be heavier and more cotton-based) and they tend to wrinkle more. I wear all five shirts (with ties) to work. All-in-all, the quality is appropriate for the price, the fit is less than desired but having access to a short-sleeve, 19" neck is appreciated. The available color choices are good but additional, non-solid choices would also be appreciated. I believe there is a market for shorter, stout men's wear that includes shirts with shorter arm lengths (32/33"), larger necks (19+ inches) and bodies that are not the size of pup tents. I also believe that Land's End is concerned enough about their customer base such that they could be the leader in supporting a market niche of shorter men.
December 22, 2012
Excellent quality and a robust garment
When I lived in Scotland I used to supply Lands End, so I know their Q.A. systems very well.
Every shirt I purchase from Lands End gets plenty of compliments on how good it looks and how it washes and wears.
I now live in New Zealand and all my orders get delivered within one week.
Well done Lands End...great quality at great prices
November 24, 2012
September 17, 2012
My husband loved it!
My husband loved everything about this shirt from the perfect fit, the material & color and especially the button-down collar. I loved the price.
September 1, 2012
Fits fine, clean, crisp white color. A lot of shirt for the Money
September 1, 2012
The shirt is a heavy cotton & not a soft material but not overly rough. I bought the shirt because it was supposed to be wrinkle free or resistant. Not so, needs a bit of ironing. That's why I am giving it a 4 star.
August 20, 2012
poor quality; much ironing required
I have had a number of similar shirts from Land's End. These last two are much poorer quality and require ironing after every wash. I used to be able to get by without ironing or just doing a little touch-up, but not these. Very disappointed.
August 5, 2012
Hard to find short sleeve dress shirts
This is a fairly nice shirt. The collar is not the best as it doesn't have a nice roll and is a little narrow. You have to really make sure it covers the tie in the back. The shirt may need a little touch up after the dryer. For the price it is a good shirt.
July 22, 2012