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Amazon Brand - BUTTONED DOWN Men's Slim Fit Spread-Collar Short-Sleeve Stretch Shirt, Supima Cotton Non-Iron
Amazon Brand - BUTTONED DOWN Men's Slim Fit Spread-Collar Short-Sleeve Stretch Shirt, Supima Cotton Non-Iron
  • 97% Supima Cotton, 3% Lycra Elastane
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Short-sleeve stretch non-iron shirt featuring a spread collar and no pocket
  • Luxury Supima cotton with a lightweight finish and stretch for a flexible feel
  • 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

An Amazon Brand - Short-sleeve stretch non-iron shirt featuring a spread collar and no pocket

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: 13.31 x 9.53 x 2.36 inches
  • Item model number: BD1815676
  • Date First Available: April 12, 2019
  • ASIN: B07JXK162K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,633 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #250 in Men's Casual Button-Down Shirts
    • #8531 in Men's Shops

    Purchased 17.5" collar shirt. Slim fit but not tight. Fits like XL shirt. Measures 24.5" pit to pit,19.5" across shoulder and about 31" long. Looks great untucked. Light weight premium material for comfort in summer. For reference, I am 6' 1" 220 Lbs.

    Maybe a better fit for bigger guys, but on the smaller end of the spectrum don't expect a fitted shirt. The neck
    is true to size but there's a lot of room at the chest and armpit. The shirt does tighten in at the waist for a tailored cut, though still not slim fitting. I have a build between thin and athletic so if you're a skinny guy, definitely look elsewhere. The material is nice and the shirt seems well-made.

    Really weird fit

    I’m usually an XL but I think it runs small . Also wash it, it’s itchy

    Update:

    Order a half size up. This is my second go with this shirt, originally ordering my actual size, I found that it felt too tight and restrictive through my torso after I gained a few pounds, so I decided to order half a size up and now feel much more comfortable.

    First Impression:
    First off, I’m a fan of the “Buttoned Down” brand. You can get an almost perfect fit thanks to the many sizing options, and the shirts come packaged in frustration free packing, void of the millions of pins like other brands. The pins are sandwich pins, and don’t actually poke holes in you or the clothing. The pins alone demonstrate the quality of the “Buttoned Down” brand.

    Fit:
    I am 6ft, 165lbs with a trim build. Short sleeve shirts can be tricky because I find the arms are either too long (near the elbows), or too short (bunched up in the armpits). The shirt fits right in the neck, chest, sleeves, and waist, providing an overall structured and fitted look. This is definitely a slim fit shirt, so if you are not slim, you may want to consider other options. For me, the spread collar is the highlight of this shirt. I haven’t owned a spread collar before. For being a slim guy, I feel the collar helps broaden out the appearance of my chest and upper body.

    Material:
    The supima cotton is cool and comfortable. It holds its shape, yet remains light and airy. The material is appropriate for business attire. The shirt has a bit of stretch, without looking like it is a stretchy material. It can be a little sheer in the right light (notice undershirt slightly showing in sleeve in the picture).

    Overall, I am very happy with this shirt. I can see wearing this on a weekly basis to work. My only recommendation is that the shirt could be a little less sheer, but it’s not a deal breaker. Although it’s a light weight shirt, the quality is still there.

    I'm a spoiled dress shirt customer. In the past, I've done well with JC Penney Stafford wrinkle-free shirts in "Athletic Fit" size 16 neck (and 32-33" sleeve, when buying long sleeve shirts). They've looked great and lasted a long time, but my shirts are wearing out one by one, and it's time to replace them. The trouble is that JC Penney no longer offers the shirts I like. As of this writing, JC Penney will sell me shirts that meet any two of the above three characteristics, but shirts with all three are no longer available. (They also seem to have drunk the Kool Aid from the crowd that says short sleeve shirts can't be dress shirts, which just irks me all the more.) After trying a few shirts from Kohl's - and promptly returning them because of their poor quality - I decided to see what Amazon has to offer. And so far, I'm liking what I'm seeing!

    FIRST IMPRESSIONS

    The shirt came out of the package with a few creases. No surprises there; I hung the shirt up on a hanger to see if those hang out. I also tried the shirt on. It was a bit of a tight fit over the shirt I was wearing, but that's not surprising, either, because the shirt I was wearing was not intended to be worn as an undershirt. This much I can tell you just from trying it on: I don't know what part of the shirt is supposed to stretch, but the collar most definitely doesn't. That collar was *tight*. I was amazed at how tight, because the last time I tried on shirts in a store - just a couple of months ago - I was trying on shirts with 16-inch collars, and those were quite loose, which is why I thought I'd be safe enough buying a shirt with a 15.5-inch collar. One way to settle this: I ran for my sewing tape measure. First, I measured the shirt collar. From end to end, it measured 16-1/2 inches, and from button to buttonhole, it measured 15-1/2 inches, spot on. Next, I measured my neck. Zowie, I really do have a 16-inch neck, maybe even 16-1/2 inches - no wonder the collar felt tight! I guess I can't fault the shirt, then. I'm grading this shirt "Fit as expected".

    FIRST WEAR

    The shirt felt better than my first impression suggested it would, but it was still tight on me, especially in the chest and shoulders. The chest measurement of this shirt is supposed to be 39 inches, and as with the collar, this would appear to be an honest 39 inches. (I wear a 42 short suit jacket comfortably, and my sewing tape measure confirms that my chest is exactly 39 inches.) I definitely need the next size up. The collar was a pleasant surprise. I had no trouble buttoning it, and while it was a little too snug for my liking, it proved surprisingly comfortable. I wore a tie for hours with it, and it didn't bother me at all. I'm not sure what happens after a few washes, though, dress shirts have been known to shrink. The material has a very pleasant hand; it's on the thicker side of what's normal for a dress shirt, with a noticeable texture to the surface, and it breathes well. We were having a heat wave the day I bought it, and I was comfy all day. The construction looks good, with well-sewn buttons and seams, and no stray threads that I noticed.

    FIRST WASHING

    The shirt was washed and dried with my normal warm load, and I removed it from the dryer promptly at the end of the cycle. It held its shape well, but the material showed some minor rumpling. (See the first photo.) I put the shirt on a hanger and hung it up, and the shirt looked good enough to wear in a few hours. (See the second photo.) It didn't look factory-fresh, or even professional cleaner-crisp, but this is a severe test of the non-iron claim, and I didn't even give the shirt a fighting chance. (Most laundry gurus recommend, at very least, eschewing the dryer and drying home laundered dress shirts on a plastic or wooden hanger.) So, I'm giving this shirt a passing grade.

    I won't be doing further testing of this shirt, as it's really too small for me to begin with, and if it shrinks even a little bit it will be unwearable, but I'm satisfied enough with this shirt to recommend it, and to go buy one in the right size.

    If you don't like restrictive then you should order a size up because this one is very slim-fitting and borderline too tight because the buttons are kind of pulling a little. It does look really good on him but it would look better if it were a size up. He said it's about as restrictive as he can stand and he won't wear it often. Aside from that it's an incredible shirt with great fabric. It washes well and it didn't shrink any, we would have noticed for sure if it had. It's a good shirt but because of the sizing thing we have decided on 3 stars.

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