Get into prints with a happy paisley. Sleek tailoring from the cutaway collar to the narrower sleeve cuffs bring refinement to the bold pattern. Add some dark Roccos and a System jacket for a best-dressed look with a modern attitude.
Cut slimmer through the shoulders, chest and waist
Cutaway collar - our dressiest, most extreme spread
This shirt is great on its own or under a jacket. Great to wear out on the town or to dinner, makes a statement.
March 28, 2013
Great look for spring!
Just bought this shirt last week and really love it. The paisley is a nice change from solids and stripes. Looks great with black, white, grey or red pants. I usually buy size 16 34/35 dress shirts and have longer arms so the large fits me perfectly.
February 7, 2013
Fits a bit larger and pattern not as expected
Nice shirt, but be sure to zoom in on the pic so you see the pattern clearly. The "half tone" is achieved through dots. The cut is also a little bit larger than a normal "fitted" shirt (size small). Collar also felt a bit bigger than other shirts of the same cut, but this seems to be the pattern with the straight cotton shirts. Maybe they expect them to shrink? Not sure, haven't tried to hold onto one of these shirts and shrink them a bit.
January 29, 2013
Breaking the norm
This is a great fitting shirt to break the norm of the monotonous solid color dress shirt.
Looks fantastic with any pair of photographer dress pants or jeans. Easy to dress up or dress down.
I wish there were more brighter colors of this shirt.
January 1, 2013
Purchased a medium and it fits perfectly. Best shirt I've bought in a long time. Love the paisely.
December 16, 2012
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