Women's Long Sleeve Solid Supima No Iron Shirt
I have many no-iron shirts from Lands End and this shirt does not come close to the quality of the others. First, not only does this shirt need to be ironed, but I have used heavy starch on it and it's still all puckery. I have the white shirt and it's very thin. My shirts that are many years older look much better than this brand new shirt. I am returning this shirt and will think twice about purchasing anymore. Sadly this is not the first item I have purchased from Lands End in the past year or so that is quite inferior to past products.
February 9, 2014
Nice shirt, like it very much, fits well. However, first wash proved that No Iron is a misnoma. it will require a light iron.
February 1, 2014
Solid choice, requires undershirt
Nice shirt overall, with some lovely details that I could probably describe if I knew anything about clothing structure. Two less-than-ideal things about this shirt: for a wrinkle-free shirt, it doesn't come out of the dryer like you might hope. Yes, there were no big wrinkles and I did not iron it, but the cloth came out of the dryer with a pebbled appearance. I wore it under a cardigan and it didn't matter, but if I hadn't worn something over it, I probably would have wanted to iron it. Secondly, the shirt, while soft and supima-ish, definitely requires an undershirt. It's not so see-through that it looks unprofessional, but it's close.
February 1, 2014
Classic white shirt. Looks best when it's touched up with an iron. Placket is very narrow which makes it look a little cheap.
January 20, 2014
I didn't expect the shirt to be no-iron. I also didn't expect that it would wrinkle quite so badly. Even after ironing with heavy steam it looks like krinkle material. The material feels like parachute fabric, very stiff and noisy! It is also embarrassingly sheer. I really can't believe that it is made from Supima cotton, as Supima is long-staple, soft and strong. I wonder if the people at Supima know? This shirt could have been made for your local discount store. It's awful. Bought 3. Sending the 2 unwashed back and I have no idea what I'll do with the one I washed. Hearing my shirt rustle all day is annoying.
January 14, 2014
NO IRON? not so much...
I have a lot of Landends clothing and have always been pleased with the quality for the price. This is my first foray into the world of no-iron. The fabric feels wonderfully silky and smooth out of the package and was comfortable to wear. I have many beautiful cotton shirts and they all need the iron before wear, have I mentioned I don't like ironing and I'm too cheap to pay $6 at the cleaners. No Iron sounded like a great solution to my dilema. Washed on gentle and dried on low and hung when nearly dry....there were fine wrinkles which I would not be comfortable wearing without ironing. In retrospect the collar and cuffs are too firm - the collar wants to ride up because it is so stiff. I suggest a less agressive interfacing during manufacture--granted that stuff doesn't wrinkle but it's not comfortable to the skin. So sad, I'll be returning the other items from this order due to this issue.
January 6, 2014
Nice color, great fit
I love the Lands' End women's blouses. The fit really works for me. It's roomier in the bust and doesn't gap between buttons. (It would be great if there was a size 12W. Any chance L.E.?) I like the collar underneath sweaters and with more unstructured jackets, but it might not work well with more tailored jackets. If you want a really crisp look you might touch up with and iron; I'm not fussy so they're truly no iron for me. I bought the Cherry Blossom Pink and love it. Cheery, not cotton candy-ish. I also got the Sour Grape/Blue Toile print and wish more of the prints were available in plus sizes.
December 14, 2013
Would not order this shirt
I am so disappointed! In previous years I have loved Lands End no iron shirts but this one is being returned. It is an extremely boxy shirt, nothing feminine about it whatsoever. And has everyone else has stated, so very thin. Along with this shirt, I ordered another another item that is also going back. Every year I always get my "basics" from Lands End but something has indeed changed that is making me change companies for these wardrobe staples.
December 5, 2013
Not No Iron
I have many Lands' End no iron shirts that I just whip out of the dryer and they are ready to wear. I love them. This one is so wrinkled I have no choice but to iron it. It does look great after the ironing, but I don't want to have to iron it. Please go back to the older technology so I don't have to iron the shirt! I ordered 2 white because I love crisp white shirts and I am keeping them, but not so happy about it.
November 20, 2013
Needs Ironing, Buttons Difficult
This item is not up to Land's End usual quality. The shirt fit well, but it came out of the dryer very wrinkled, and I had to iron the whole thing, as if it were an old-fashioned cotton shirt. Also: If you have arthritis, beware. The buttonholes are almost too small for the buttons, and they are very hard to secure. Since I had washed the shirt, I could not return it. I would not recommend this shirt.
November 11, 2013