Men's Tailored Fit Solid No Iron Oxford Club Collar Shirt
a good basic shirt
Fit is good, quality is good. A bit surprising that there is no pocket...guess I should examine the photo more carefully.
May 12, 2013
Well proportioned and the fit is good.
I have been on a diet and traditional fitted shirts now blouse too much and have too much material. The new trim fit is a great fit for my new trim body. I am happy with my purchase.
May 11, 2013
great fit and texture
This shirt is exactly what i was looking for. Tailored fit, is perfect for me, and the contrast club collar adds a little something that no one else in the office has. I love the heaviness of the fabric as it doesn't wrinkle easy either.
May 1, 2013
Fits well and the club collar is an interesting touch
April 27, 2013
a handsome variation to my business wardrobe
I like the new collar style and, as ever the quality is excellent.
December 23, 2012
A Wonderful and Unique Shirt! A GREAT value!
I reccently Purchased this shirt, and I can honestly say that it is by far my favorite shirt for any occasion. The club collar gives this shirt a unique flair, It provides a crisp and conservative look, but also provides a feel of independent style. I love the cloth this shirt is made of, as well as the general cut of the product. I would recomend this shirt to anyone.
It's another EXELLENT product provided by Lands End!
November 22, 2012
Neck size is 1/2 inch larger than label size
First, the good: I love the club collar (very 1920s Jazz Age, very Jay Gatsby) . . . BUT (now the bad): I do not like the fact the neck size is actually 1/2 inch larger than the size indicated. Sure, you can say this is to ensure a perfect fit after washing and drying but, hey, let's be honest, if you machine dry your 100% cotton shirt, not only will the neck shrink but also the sleeve length, as well. Personally, I never machine dry my shirts. Thermal and physical stress only help to decrease the shirt's life span. I always hang up my shirts to dry. For me, it's frustrating to order a shirt only to find out its neck size is larger than the size indicated because if the neck can't be an Absolute Measurement (notice the capital letters), then what can I believe (i.e have faith in) to be an Absolute Measurement?? I understand the girth (stomach measurement) changes from brand to brand but the neck measurement should NOT be bigger or smaller than the size on the tag because, well, that's how we size men's shirts!! I first ordered this shirt in 16.5x34 but there was a cut (a hole) on the shoulder. I returned that shirt. I then ordered a size 16x34 and the girth (stomach) was too tight for me. So I returned this second shirt. I ordered a third shirt in the original size (16.5x34) to give it a final try for neck size and I took a measuring tape to the neck and the actual neck measurement turned out to be 17. I know that I never shrink my shirts and so, needless to say, I returned this third shirt. After all this, I can only say that I will have to order size 16x34 in the TRADITIONAL FIT in all my LE shirts, not 16.5x34 in the TAILORED FIT. The neck size in a 16x34 TRADITIONAL FIT shirt (which I ordered in a different shirt in this same order) measures to be 16.5. I really do not understand why some shirt makers do this. This is not fair to customers. A lot of my high-end designer label shirts have accurate neck sizes as indicated on the tag. A 16.5 is actually a size 16.5 in the real world when measured with a tape. Sadly, though, this is not the case with LE shirts. If a man's neck size is really 16.5 and his shirt neck size actually measures 16.5, then all is good in the world. If his neck size is 17 and he orders a 16.5 and finds out it fits, then he thinks he's still the size he was many years ago when, in fact, he has gained weight. This same deceptive problem with vanity sizing applies to LE pants, as well. I know my actual real world waist size is 38 but LE pants in 38 actually measure 40. Factories and retailers that do this are doing a disservice to customers. A lot of North American men are overweight; to give them a pair of size 38 pants that ,in reality, fits like a 40 is misleading the customers. It is deceptive. These men will continue eating more because they think their waist size is the same as it was many years ago; in other words, he thinks he has not gained weight because his size 38 pants still fit when the sad reality is that he has gained weight. That is a sad shame. I know LE is not the only retailer whose products are vanity sized. Many well-known brands are guilty of this. This has to stop.
October 13, 2012