Rated 4 out of 5Â by dealshopper23 Very comfortable shirt with stretch
I bought these shirts and some other brands in black for my son who's working in a restaurant. These are his favorites out of them all and I ended up buying more. He's slim so the slim stretch fit very nice. I think it's the stretch feature of these that make them so comfortable. They do need some ironing/steaming and he rolls the black shirts with roller tape to get off lint, but these are his favorite for comfort, fit and look.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Lunch1ady A wrinkled mess
Thought this was a nice shirt for my son. I washed it and it came out a wrinkled mess. Used my good steam iron to iron it and you still could see wrinkles in it.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by NotThatNikki Poor quality
Absolutely must be ironed, shrinks in the wash, and the fabric does not stand up to laundering. Shirt looks faded and worn out after a single trip through the wash with pills and loose threads popping out all over; very disappointed. Not sure why one button on the grey shirt was sewn with bright orange thread; the black version was all black.
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!