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Today 12:44 PM
Looking for non-branded OCBDs
I've been looking for unbranded, simple and nice fitting OCBDs for ages. I've heard good things about Polo Ralph Lauren and tried them yesterday and they are great fitting, but firstly I'm not a fan of the logo (which is colored and therefore a bit odd I think) but so far I have tried the following:
- He by Mango
- Norse Projects
- American Apparel
And literally none of those seem to fit properly. I am always between a size small or a size medium. I am rather slim but have brought shoulders and so M always seems to be way too big around the shoulder and the chest whereas an S is to tight already. Just want some nice fitting shirts that I can buy of the shelves for which I only have to get the sleeves shortened. But the shoulder is a real problem.
Do you have any recommandations?
I thought about J.Crew already but would have to order online and they don't come sheep at around 90€ as well. Looking for something with max 50€ - 60€.
Today 01:16 PM
I've got some Primark ones that are great tbh
Today 01:28 PM
i always go for the ASOS ones in the sale -they go for about £12-£14.
Make sure they fit your shoulders and then get them taken in at the waist/hips. Shouldn't cost you much more than £5-£10 per shirt.
Today 01:46 PM
Must check them out - apart from underwear, I haven't bought anything there in years.
Originally Posted by ICA
Interesting fact: Primark started out in Ireland under the name Penneys. As an American firm, JC Penney already had a foothold in the UK, they rebranded as Primark when they expanded outside Ireland. It's still called Penneys here.
Today 03:05 PM
Creative use of the word 'interesting' there, DG.
Today 05:40 PM
Do the gap have a logo? Banana thingy?
White stuff? Marks and Spencer?