Men's Tailored Fit Solid No Iron Supima Pinpoint Spread Collar Shirt
Great fit, great fabric, great value!
The tailored fit is a great cut, the fabric is top-notch. I really appreciate being able to buy exactly my neck size and sleeve length - I don't have to round up or down on the size to find what I want like I often do with department store shirts. I haven't met a no-iron shirt yet that was truly no-iron, but this comes darn close. One quick pass with an iron and the shirt is as sharp as if it came from the cleaners!
May 13, 2013
Color and collar are great, but texture is very uncomfortable
Land's End is my go to for wardrobe fundamentals. In this case, I needed some spread collar shirts for work. I can't say much about the fit since my 15&1/2 size neck requires me to size up and tailor shirts to fit. I have nothing but nice things to say about the color of the shirts, and the collar looks great. My one complaint about the shirts are the whole "non-iron" nonsense. I rarely iron shirts in general, regardless of their "non-iron" status, since pulling out of the dryer right away leaves them in a wearable state. These non-iron shirts, however, have some awful residue that makes them very uncomfortable until you wash them a couple of times. If Land's End comes up with an "gotta iron" shirt, I would wholeheartedly recommend that.
April 12, 2013
My boyfriend is a 6'4" hockey player, so finding dress shirts that fit him is quite a challenge. Lands' End offers a great selection of tall sizes with a customizable neck size, so I chose to try out this shirt for him. My boyfriend was looking for a pale pink shirt and I thought that "Dawn" was pink so that is what I ordered- nope!!!! It's lavender. Please Lands' End, just label the color the color it is. Not "dawn", it is LAVENDER. Minus one boat because I did not receive the color I thought I was ordering!! Otherwise, this is a great, high quality shirt that fits my boyfriends perfectly (finally!!!).
December 22, 2012
Great for a full windsor
I rated this product so highly for a number of reasons. First, the sleeve length was true to fit. Second, the tailored fit was also true to fit. Not too baggy and not too slim. Plenty of length to tuck in so I don't have to worry about it coming untucked from low rise pants during the day.
The main reason I bought the shirt besides the sale price was the cutaway collar. I wanted a shirt that didn't hide 50% of a big fat full windsor knot. This shirt's collar was true to the stock photo. I feel like a million bucks in this shirt.
November 27, 2012
Not wrinkle free
I've worn LE dress shirts for over 20 years. Up until recently, the white dress shirts were wrinkle free and held creases very well--even after years of wear. They unfortunately changed something in their processes and now the shirts come out of the dryer wrinkled and without creases. LE, please fix this problem. LE colored shirts don't seem to have the same problem--just white.
November 24, 2012
Collar Points too Short
Loved everything about the shirt (I always expect to iron "no-iron" cotton), except the length of the collar points. The points on these shirts are too short and didn't even touch the shirt with the top button done. In general, I prefer points long enough to extend below jacket lapels. These were way to short.
November 21, 2012
After laundry, these shirts come out full of wrinkles, using warm or hot dryer settings. False advertising!
November 4, 2012
Good shirt, some drawbacks
Nice shirt, needs some ironing, too bad sleeve length runs no shorter than 32". Lots of us have shorter arms than that!
September 29, 2012
Fits really well for a 6'2"-6'3" guy weighing around 190 lbs. I'm thin, but not rail thin, on top so it fit really well: shoulders and body were trim without being snug, complementing the true-to-size collar and sleeves. The tailored version has proportioned cuffs and a smaller collar to fit the rest of the look: it's minor, but it makes wearing thinner ties easier. The spread of the collar is moderate, not as extreme as the picture would have you think: it's that classic spread look. I really like it, although I've only worn it once.
September 16, 2012
Great Shirt, but You Have to Iron
I loved this shirt, but it came out of the dryer wrinkled. I had LE send me a replacement, but that one came out wrinkled as well. I really wanted this shirt, it's a nice fit and might have kept it, but I hardly ever wear my shirts that I have to iron, so I figured I'd better return it.
It seems that the no-iron treatments aren't as good as they used to be - it may just be the supima shirts, I'm not sure. All of my other cotton pinpoints from Lands' End keep their no-iron stability for a couple dozen washes.
September 6, 2012