Rated 5 out of 5Â by MacGregor Love It
Once you wear a stretch-fit dress shirt, you'll never want to go back to non-stretch. Stretchy fabric allows you to wear a much more "fitted" shirt without sacrificing comfort and the physique-enhancement is incredible. I wish they had a greater assortment of styles, such as French-cuff, tuxedo pleated, etc.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by James631 Fits great, wrinkles, not very durable
This shirt fit great and there is a wide choice of colors, but they wrinkle right out of the dryer and they're very hard to iron. They're also not very durable, they lasted less than 6 months before the elbows ripped on me.
I bought these because of the fit/color options. Most dress shirts off the rack are way to baggy/billowy and only come in white, blue or gray.
I learned the hard way it is more costly up front to buy a quality shirt and have it tailored, but total cost of ownership is definitely less since you won't replace it every 4-6 months and you'll look better/won't waste time ironing. Learn from my mistakes!
Rated 2 out of 5Â by WhiteCollar You get what you pay for
After reading some reviews that thought that this shirt did well right out of the dryer, I took a shot and got a few at a ridiculously low price.
This is the most wrinkle-prone shirt I have ever owned. I dry clean the shirt and it is wrinkled from the drive home. I've tried washing and pulling out of the dryer. I've tried ironing. All of the shirts I own in this style wrinkle like nobody's business.
The fabric is a nice mid-weight, not see through, and not heavy broadcloth. The slim fit is kind of a misnomer as it fits me like most standard/classic fit shirts do. You'll be better off trying on in the store before buying.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Davidin916 Great fit
I have a slender body but a thick neck, this shirt in "slim fit" is perfect to button collar for wearing a tie