Men's Tailored Fit Solid Hyde Park Dress Shirt
Tall men need fitted shirts
I tried Hyde Park Tailored shirt for first time and since I'm 6'3", I have difficulty finding proprr size shirts. I ordered 17 / 37 and its true to size even after washing and air drying. Good quality fabric that I think will last through many washes.
March 30, 2014
Tailored fit is plenty slim.
If you like a tailored shirt with a center yoke, this is a great fit.
October 9, 2014
The Hyde Park Oxfords are my go-to shirt (I have five of them now). Originally I had picked up a couple in the traditional fit and was disappointed that they fit fairly large in the body. The tailored fit, however, is fantastic. It's not so skinny that it clings to my body, but the fit is reasonably close and it looks, well, tailored to me. I highly recommend this shirt!
September 19, 2014
Fine shirt but the collar ruins it
The Beatles-era diminutive collar clashes with the traditional sytle of the shirt. Too bad. In all other respects it appears to be a fine shirt.
February 8, 2014
Close but no cigar. Good quality. Odd fit.
Very well made shirt. Thick, quality fabric but not as soft as alluded to.
Fit through torso is close but not tight, very little blousing. Close to ideal although the armholes could stand be higher.
There is shrinkage but it's not a problem except for the sleeve length which is significantly affected.
Order a longer sleeve length than you usually would and you'll be much happier in the long run.
One area where the shirt comes up very short is the collar length (no pun intended).
If this is supposed to be a traditional style shirt, the collar NEEDS to be about 1/3 longer than it is. There is very little roll to it and wearing a tie with it is simply out of the question.
Please leave the short collars to the "Canvas" line and J. Crew.
It's so close to being a staple in my wardrobe but the collar ruins it.
November 20, 2013
Great heavy fabric, though beware of shrinkage
The fabric is very thick as advertised, but, as other reviewers mentioned, the collar you get is not like what you see in the photo. I personally don't think the collar would look quite right with a tie, but I didn't plan on wearing a tie with this shirt. Also, be aware that this type of fabric shrinks more than usual during the first wash. I ordered a sleeve length an extra inch longer, and it'd have been a good idea to order an extra half inch in the collar, too.
November 1, 2013
Good fabric and quality, but could use a more substantial collar.
If you like the more modern, shorter collar on your shirts this model will do just fine. The picture makes it seem like the collar is more substantial than it is. I'd like it longer
September 30, 2013
A good workhorse shirt
Fit: LE's Tailored Fit will not be cutting off anyone's circulation, but it does make for a decent looking shirt. When tucked in, the shirt does not look like a mushroom cap as many poorly cut, cheap department store shirts do. I am not disputing the neck size, though I will say that my shirt probably runs to the larger end of size 15. I would like slightly longer collar points to get more of a roll.
Material: a nice, study Oxford cloth here. It irons up nicely and should age fairly well, at least for a shirt at this price point. The cloth is substantial without falling over into cardboardishness. I do not know how well I will fare in the heat of summer in this shirt, but there are other shirts for that. The color is a bit brighter than that of similar shirts from other makers in my closet, and I rather like it.
Construction: stitching seems okay. Time will tell with this sort of thing, but it will not fall apart on me tomorrow.
Overall: I see myself wearing this shirt many times in the future.
May 30, 2013
Great Quality at a Low Price
This shirt has become my new standard for work wear. The fit and quality are amazing and really surpass the price level. I usually go with Brooks Brothers slim fit for oxfords, but the Lands End tailored oxfords fit and feel even nicer.
May 28, 2013
I ordered the tailored fit version and it fits my 6'2" 160 lbs frame like a glove. I also like the substantial feel of the shirt. Be alert when buying though, this shirt requires ironing, unlike some of the other Supima shirts.
May 13, 2013