dull question, but where for oxford shirts
over lockdown it it appears all my smart casual work wear appears to of *cough* shrunk *cough* including the majority of my shirts.
always used to just get regular fit oxford shirts form next that were surprisingly decent quality (heavier weight 100% cotton), decent range of colours, not covered in logo’s or labels and very reasonably priced at £25-30 a time.
they now appear all be tailored fit (see lockdown comment), not pure cotton, shiny covered in logo’s types things – so where would the shirt retailer du jour be for the hive mind for a nice proper plane oxford short that doesn’t cost a fortune?Posted 1 month ago
Last time I looked in TK Maxx the Lauren ones were £50 but I got a Zara for £6Posted 1 month ago
M&S seems to have some.
Charles Thyritt if you want to buy on line.Posted 1 month ago
H&M are surprisingly good too, fit is a bit square (I’m 6’4″ and skinny so have a buy small, though they’re a tad short)
I stopped buying from Charles T when I discovered what their politics were.Posted 1 month ago
OxfordPosted 1 month ago
M&S always good for Oxford shirts. They did cut the range down a couple of years ago but it looks like they have more available now.Posted 1 month ago
I stopped buying from Charles T when I discovered what their politics were.
What are they – i’ve put some money their way over the years…Posted 1 month ago
Damn, my whole work wardrobe is CT shirts! As a millennial remainer I will need to find a new retailer…
(Not as sarcastic as that sounded when I read it back, would rather support other businesses)Posted 1 month ago
Gap?Posted 1 month ago
TM Lewin also worth a look.Posted 1 month ago
thanks for the replies. M&S have come up trumps and all ordered in post lockdown fatty sizePosted 1 month ago
ebay just bought 3 Ben Sherman Oxfords for £27 plus postage.Posted 1 month ago
Very few plain colours mainly checks and stripe.
I just go to Uniqlo.Posted 1 month ago
Or Nigel Cabourn – but they’re a bit different.
Your local bespoke tailor.Posted 1 month ago
Any fabric, style, fit and guaranteed to be logo free; you could have a personalised name tag sewn in.
Monogrammed cuffs if that’s your preference.
Likely to be a tad more than you paid previously.
Farah ones tend to fit me.If your in the North try TJ Hughes or Boyes.Posted 1 month ago
Gap is effectively becoming Next in the UK. See Charles T comment.Posted 1 month ago
I’ve found the quality of M&S cheap office shirts to be pretty poor the last time I bought some (the twin packs that come with ties).Posted 4 weeks ago
Uniqlo. Not that I’ve ever bought any, as I have no need of them, but going by the quality of everything else I’ve bought from them, they should be perfectly adequate.Posted 4 weeks ago
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