Men's Tailored Fit No Iron Pattern Supima Oxford Dress Shirt
Husband's new favorite
My husband has recently trimmed down a bit, and is delighted to find that the tailored fit now works best for him. I bought several kinds of upscale casual shirts for him to wear to work, and this one is the first-place winner! The fabric has a slightly thicker, warmer, substantial feel, and the Supima cotton is soft, not stiff. I made sure I ordered 4 more before I wrote this review, just in case they sold out after people read this!
November 25, 2013
The shirt fits very well. It is easy to take care of.
November 10, 2013
Typical Lands' End oxford cloth shirt - good fit, good no iron, and comfortable
I buy almost all of my shirts at Lands' End because my 15x34 size and need for tailored is hard to find. I have never been disappointed with any of the shirts. I prefer their oxford cloths and this one is up to their usual standard. Size is as expected and fits properly.
October 26, 2013
I can't say enough about these shirts. I'm a slender build, and consider myself a stylish dresser. I recently discovered LE dress shirts, and now have 7, including 2 of these Oxfords in the Tailored fit. Unlike other oxfords, these are soft and not at all stiff. They drape really well. They're also nearly, actually, non-iron. Many shirts claim to be no iron, but they really still need at least a "finish" iron out of the dryer. These are nearly entirely wrinkle-free. Fabric is substantial, Tailored fit is great for someone my age. Lots of times the second button from the top is too high or too low on dress shirts, and the shirt looks bad with the collar open. Not so on LE shirts. Overall quality is far above any other shirts I've found - including designer names found in department stores - in this ~$50 price range. Only complaint is that the pattern selection is limited in the Tailored fit - would like them to consider the younger, style-conscious buyer a bit more. Hopefully more selection to come - I'll buy 'em.
October 18, 2013
great looking and comfortable
September 30, 2013
I purchased these shirts in the past and recently added another one since they are so comfortable and hold up very well.
June 24, 2013
Best off the rack fit I've found anywhere - reasonably priced as well....
June 8, 2013
Excellent looking and fitting shirt that is very comfortable.
First off, let me say, I never wash these dress shirts. Why? Because I want them to last and to look great every time I put them on. For this reason, I always wear them with an undershirt and just press them for two or three wearings, and then get the occasional dry cleaning. The fabric is very soft and a nice medium weight that is very comfortable. If I plan to wear this shirt with a tie cinched up, I'll get my correct size 16x34, but in such case, I find the only flaw is that Lands End puts just one button at the cuff. I always have my tailor add a second button, so I can choose to make the cuff tighter if I'm wearing a dress watch and a blazer, or leave it looser for a thicker sports watch. But here's a trick -- often I wear these shirts with the sleeves rolled up with jeans or chinos, or I'll wear a narrow tie that's loose at the collar and the top button undone (the look I prefer). In such cases, I get the 15 1/2 by 34, and then the shirt fits even better. It should be noted that Lands End Tailored fit is still not a modern urban fit. But downsizing 1/2 size in the neck, downsizes the whole shirt a little, and then it fits better yet. If you're not going to use the top button and cinch a tie, this is the way to go. And this also makes the cuff a little tighter with just the single button. But Lands End -- add a second button to the cuff, even if you have to add a dollar to the price. It's the right thing to do. Other than that, I find these shirts are excellent, and far superior to Dept store shirts that lump two neck sizes and two sleeve lengths together. Thanks for making a great shirt. All the ones I've purchased have worked out, and held up, really well. And I like both the solid colors and the patterns. And I also appreciate all the collar choices -- button down, straight, and spread. I have them all!
And... If I can make one final suggestion: make a tailored fit shirt that fits even closer to the body, but that has 2% spandex in it, to give it a little stretch. That would provide a fashionable look with even more comfort.
May 11, 2013
Botton fell off right out of the bag
Poor quality sums up this shirt. Button fell off first time the shirt was buttoned. Material was of poor quality. Shirt looked "cheap".
April 27, 2013
Good-Looking Shirt, Easy to Launder
I ordered the shirt in the tailored fit. As I do with all my shirts, I sewed two darts in the back, and it fits wonderfully. I've washed it, put it in the dryer until it was not quite dry, and then hung it up. There is not a wrinkle to be seen in it.
April 27, 2013