Men's Traditional Fit Solid No Iron Supima Oxford Dress Shirt
Comfort and good looks!
Wore this shirt for a special romantic dinner... My date commented on how good I looked in my new shirt! The fit is great and the no iron is fabulous for an old bachelor like myself!
April 15, 2013
Nice fittingand comfortable
This is a nice fitting and comffortable shirt. Little pricey though. Would not have bought except I got it @ 40% off. Disappointed I could not find the original oxford any more. Disappointed I could not find the original oxford, and had to get a shirt in this price range for 100% cotton an more accurate fit other than s, M, or L.
June 1, 2013
Loved my 381435 no iron button down oxfords
After several years of hard use, 5 shirts, 1 each day as an HVAC Contractor, my great Land's End oxfords were starting to look a bit frazzled. Minor tears and abrasions from the sheet metal I work around daily. Long story shortened, I got on the site to order more, well my original is NLS replaced with a 'modern' thinner, ( although you won't list the fabric weight) product with skinny collars and this is the killer, If I pay you $50.00+ for a shirt, You do NOT get to advertise on MY buttons.
More quality, less marketing please.
May 23, 2013
loved this shirt!
This shirt is so soft and came out of the dryer wrinkle free. My husband said it was very comfortable all day long, we have ordered a few more!
April 30, 2013
The shirts were fine
The shirts have a slight yellowish tint to them. They were not a crisp white like the ones I have ordered in the past.
April 30, 2013
Fine fit, flimsy fabric, feels cheap
Fits well; sized correctly.
Fabric does not compare favorably with prior purchases.
Material seems thin and delicate.
What's with the Lands' End buttons? Lousy idea.
April 28, 2013
Not the quality that Lands' End used to offer
This shirt is average at best. The fit and color are both good, which is expected. The quality of the fabric, however, is far below what Lands' End used ot provide. Pima cotton (aka Supima) may be softer than the old cotton (possibly upland cotton) that Lands' End used to use, but it does not provide the great heft and feel that the old cotton did. The Pima fabric is light-weight -- almost see-through whereas the older, better quality fabric was heavier and, I my opinion, felt much better. The yarn used in true "Oxford" fabric is quite a bit heavier fabric than the Pima yarn used in this shirt. Maybe Lands' End would be better off keeping the distinction between button down oxford shirts and dress shirts. Go ahead and offer the dress shirts in the floppy, limp Pima fabric, but stick to tradition and offer all shirts that you call "oxford" in the traditional heavier real oxford fabric.
The only way this Pima shirt is a good deal is if you can buy it at half price.
April 28, 2013
much too wide for my not-slim husband
The material seemed nice, but the shirt was ludicrously wide on my husband, and he's not a small man. I ordered a 19x36, his usual size: the shoulders were at least 4" too wide, and the body of the shirt looked like a tent on my husband. Never before has he had the problem of something being too big, but this sure was. Back it went.
April 27, 2013
Adequate but not great for the money
Ordered a white shirt and a French blue one. The French blue is okay. But the white shirt is made of a fabric that is rather thin and sheer--not the quality I expected.
April 14, 2013
I have worn Lands' End dress shirts for over 25 years. I have always found them to be of the best quality, fit and wear very well. I would recommend no other dress shirt. I may not always look great, but my shirt does.
April 13, 2013