- 100% Cotton
- Button closure
- Machine Wash
- This weekend-perfect casual button-front shirt in plaid poplin features a special wash for a soft feel and maximum comfort. Made in our Signature Tumbled Cotton for a soft, yet sturdy, hand. We utilize a unique Heritage Wash to give our garments a custom, lived-in feel right away.
- This work-or-weekend perfect casual button-front shirt in gingham plaid is made in our Signature Tumbled Cotton for a soft yet sturdy hand. We utilize a unique Heritage Wash to give our garments a custom lived-in feel right away
- Model is 6'1" and wearing a size Medium
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An Amazon brand - This work-or-weekend perfect casual button-front shirt in gingham plaid is made in our Signature Tumbled Cotton for a soft, yet sturdy, hand. We utilize a unique Heritage Wash to give our garments a custom, lived-in feel right away.
Goodthreads’ collection of men’s clothing crafted with care takes wear-everywhere apparel to the next level. Create can’t-miss pairings with long- and short-sleeve button-down shirts in standard and slim fits, plus chino pants and shorts made from wrinkle-free non-iron fabric. With these classics—and T-shirts, polo shirts, and outerwear to round out your look—Goodthreads is your go-to for wardrobe staples with the style you want.
- Package Dimensions : 9.6 x 7.2 x 2.8 inches; 8.01 Ounces
- Item model number : MGT250002
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : October 27, 2018
- Manufacturer : Goodthreads
- ASIN : B07BKPPF9W
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I usually buy shirts in brick-n-mortar stores. The last one I bought online was a Patagonia flannel shirt size XL, standard fit. I literally swam inside it, and could pull it out nearly a foot from my waist in the front (so I exchanged it for an L, which is fine, slightly looser than this XL). This shirt is VERY slim fit by comparison. Not much to pull out. It doesn't look horrible, and actually would be nearly ideal under a jacket if I never planned to remove said jacket. It just looks like I don't know what size I wear, or I really let myself go over the holidays. It's also a little short, like a bargain Untuckit.
Quality-wise, it seems fine. Haven't decided whether to keep or exchange for an XXL.
I was very curious about Amazon's clothing line. I've worn this shirt once and here's what I learned.
Colors aren't loud
Tight on the shoulders
Collar not weighted, expect curling
This shirt isn't bad, just a little bit too much in terms of the price compared to the quality.
It looks great with jeans and my Big Lebowski Pendleton sweater. I received compliments the first time I wore it. The shirt has a well-worn, old shirt feel - principally because it is so soft. Grab a couple. You won't be disappointed.
As soon as I pulled this shirt out of the packaging I knew instantly that the material was going to feel great. It's a soft smooth cotton material sturdy enough to hold up to daily use. The fit is spot on, I'm 6'1" at 210 pounds and the size as listed is correct. I bought the large and it fits great with a enough room to not be squeezing your body. The shirt feels nice and light, breaths well, I typically wear these kinds of shirts with out an undershirt, the material has to be comfortable for me to do this and this shirt has it. It's still 80 something degrees where I am at with the sun beating down, yet wearing this in the middle of summer feels just fine.
Worth your money.
I highly recommend Goid Threads. I really hope they start offering some don't stylish jeans. $40 a pair of not unreasonable.
Cons: Tag never id's fabric except to say "Standard" in 3 languages and there is no care tag on the shirts, which was a first for me in my history of buying all kinds of things made out of fabric. So what are they trying to hide? Feel of shirt suggests that it may indeed be "standard" for many satisfactory shirts I've bought over the years - 65% polyester, 35% cotton, but now that so many people insist on natural fabrics is this an attempt to palm off the part polyester shirt as cotton simply because without the info some people may assume this. To me it's likely an attempt to deceive and I should not have bought it for this reason alone so as to discourage this kind of conduct, even if it is only failure to identify the fabric.