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best out of box fit ever,
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This shirt has the best straight out of package fit that I've ever encountered in a dress shirt. It's tailored very well to my size and shape. Aside from the sleeves, which could be trimmed by about .5 to 1 inch, this shirt fits very well. Here are my crucial measurements: 5 feet, 8 inches in height; 150 pounds in weight; 36 - 38 inch chest; 15.5 - 16 inch neck; 32 - 32.5 inch sleeve (from spine to wrist). The shirt I ordered is a large in Korean, medium in American; the collar (while buttoned) is 16 inches; not sure about the other measurements. I have uploaded a video of myself wearing the shirt (straight out of package) for reference. The craftsmanship is above average. Stitch frills at the buttons and holes are present, but nothing a sharp x-acto can't handle for those who are obsessive like myself. Other than that, the material is nothing extraordinary, but I'm sure it will last for a while; seems versatile enough for a variety of temperatures. Very impressed overall, like nothing else I've purchased in the states. The cut is something we need more of in this country. The Koreans are onto something here. Not to mention, this shirt was delivered from Korea to my doorstep in just 3 business days. Nice, very nice!
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Initial post: Feb 4, 2014 9:54:15 AM PST
Jose J Ledezma says:
Thanks for your great review. Would you say that one can use this shirt both with and without a necktie?
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 4, 2014 12:11:33 PM PST
P. Mizulski says:
Yes. It's certainly not a 'conservative' look. It's more modern and fashionable than anything. A skinny tie is best. Sans tie, open collar would be fine too. Open collar, loose tie I think might work as well, depending of course on the look you're going for. And watch out for shrinkage when machine drying. I learned the hard way not to machine dry. I figured the lack of cotton would prevent a considerable amount of shrink in the dryer, but it shrunk nevertheless. This prompted me to purchase another one. My new one I do not machine dry.
Posted on May 13, 2014 11:27:05 AM PDT
Thanks so much...My husband is coincidentally about the same exact size and weight as you, except a tiny bit taller. I've been searching forever for a shirt that was legit slim fit and I thought about the Korean styles I've seen and found lots happier reviews there. Do you think it could work under a blazer for an outside wedding?
In reply to an earlier post on May 14, 2014 9:22:09 AM PDT
P. Mizulski says:
It would most definitely work under a blazer. In fact, that's probably where your husband will want to keep it, as there is not a whole lot of tucking material. Careful with bending over and other rigorous stretching maneuvers, as this may cause the shirt to come un-tucked. Be careful not to machine dry the shirt; this will slightly shrink it. I had to purchase a second one, because the first - after machine drying - shrunk to a collar size that was unbearable to button down. The one that I machine dried can still be worn open-collar, though.
Posted on Jun 4, 2014 12:13:36 PM PDT
Randell V. Herbin says:
i ordered a medium us im 5'7 150 slim build and the shirt fits fine but underneath the armpit ares material is to tight idk which size to order any help would be appreciated
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