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- 100% Supima Cotton
- Machine Wash
- Long-sleeve dress shirt offered in a button, spread, or cutaway collar. No pocket at chest
- Luxury Supima cotton with a lightweight finish; straight back yoke with center box pleat
- Unconditional Satisfaction Guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with your Buttoned Down shirt at any time, we are happy to give you a full refund.
- The Fitted shirt is cut 2.5 inches slimmer through the chest and 2 inches slimmer in the waist compared to our Classic Fit. It has a versatile length that looks sharp tucked in or untucked.
- Available in 72 size combinations for a more precise fit, including Big & Tall sizes. We recommend measuring your sleeve length to order the correct size.
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An Amazon brand - Buttoned shirts are now available in a new Tailored fit based on customer feedback. Our Tailored fit is cut 1.5" slimmer through the chest and 2.75" slimmer in the waist compared to our Classic fit. If you love Buttoned Down Fitted shirts, we invite you to try our new Tailored Fit.
Buttoned Down has mastered the art of elevated menswear. With our eye for detail and a focus on luxurious materials, we deliver clothes with a bespoke feel but without the wait—and at affordable prices. Start with our classic dress shirts in Supima cotton or refined linen and add perfectly paired cashmere sweaters to build a style that's all yours.
- Package Dimensions: 13.5 x 9 x 1.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01IO4YUW2
- Item model number: MBD30007
- Date first listed on Amazon: November 10, 2016
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-- The fabric is a very good broadcloth fabric with dense weave. It has a very slight sheen to it when new. Like most white smooth broadcloth shirts, it is slightly transparent, which isn’t a fault per se, but should be noted if you were thinking of opaque fabrics like oxfords or chambrays. The thread count while not specified looks high, and feels like a two-ply fabric.
-- The stitching density is very high, measures to about 1mm per stitch, and runs approximately 5mm from the edge. It looks refined and has very little puckering after washing.
-- Single stitched side seam, which along with the relatively narrow 5mm stitch to edge distance, results in a very clean elegant finish.
-- There’s no pleats in the back and no gussets at the bottom. That’s personal preference, but to me it also results in a more “bespoke” look particularly without pleats.
-- The buttons are standard diameter but also relatively thick “mother of pearl” types. They are secured tightly with a very good solid cross stitching. The buttonholes are also very cleanly finished without any loose threads.
-- It’s of a very decent length that doesn’t feel “shrunken” like many “fitted” cut shirts.
-- They do offer an incredible combination of sizes. It measures the collar and arm length as is conventional here in the US. The chest size is thus only suggested from those other two measures and isn’t precise. However, chest size is probably more important as a measurement for a “fitted” look. I like some of the other shirt measurements standards (e.g. European) where neck and chest size can be selected separately. As it stands, I do have a 16.5” neck but a 43” chest. Evidently you can’t seem to select that size combination. As a result, the “fitted shirt” with 16.5” collar would fit a 46.5” chest. I do find a tapered waist, and the shirt fits surprisingly well being 3.5” larger than my chest measurement; but of course more like a “regular fit” with some room particularly around the torso and back. It’s not the fault of the shirtmaker as the measurements are indeed listed, and nothing suggests that the finished product deviates from the stated sizes. I just wish there are more choices particularly with regards to chest/neck size combinations, especially seeing how fitted looks depend on it.
All in all this is a very high quality shirt with good craftsmanship and quality materials. There’s little that I could find at fault with its materials or construction, as there have evidently been attention to such details. Pay particular attention to the chest sizes in the size chart, especially if you want a fitted look. It is a quality shirt at fair prices, especially if you can find the right size within its numerous selections.
I do have a bigger frame, since I lift weights, so I can see how some of the reviews might think the shirt is too boxy or too big in the shoulders and sides. But for guys with decent sized shoulders with a chest and back to match, this shirt should fit them perfectly. It's certainly not a Euro fitted shirt for really slim guys. The material of this shirt, in blue, is not too thin or thick and looks great with a suit or jeans. I tuck this shirt in as it looks a bit long on me if I untuck it. (5'9" size 17 neck and 33" arms). The shirt has removable collar stays to keep it upright and tidy looking.
If it doesn't suit your preferences, Buttoned Down has a 100% satisfaction guarantee so you can return it.
The shirt is 100% cotton with a little bit of stretch, and if taken out of the wash immediately after it finishes, you can get away without ironing it. One hint, use the perm press setting on your washer - it's designed to minimize wrinkles in your clothing by using warm water on the first rinse to reduce wrinkles. It then finishes off the wash with a cold rinse with a slower spin cycle to reduce wrinkles. The perm press setting is one of those things most people don't know about.
I purchased same shirt in white too. The value and quality of the shirt is well above the $40 price tag.
Edit: For those reviews who were complaining about the blue seam showing through on the white shirt, I included pictures using a photo lamp and real camera. Considering the shirt is most likely going to be worn under a jacket, it's not really a huge deal. Plus anyone who has owned white dress shirts should know the material can be a bit see through. The quality of the shirt is really nice and the fit is spot on.
Its my experience that some non-iron shirts wear pretty quickly given how often I wear and wash/dry them. This one looks good so far, but time will tell.
NO CHEST POCKET. This is my fault. I use the chest pocket on my shirts. I keep a pen there and maybe a folded piece of paper to make quick notes on. This shirt doesn't have a chest pocket. That's clearly visible in the photo. I just wish it had it. I may update this review to 5 stars once I see how the shirt ages.