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    Mens White Shirts

    I was watching Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol the other day in full IMAX glory. I couldn't help but notice the awesome crisp white shirts worn by Cruise throughout. Now I have to get myself one of those!

    Does anyone have any recommendations or advice? I've tried a few on but they tend to be either quite thin (nobody needs to see my chest hair!) or don't quite have the right cut.

    It's for no particular occasion but it would be nice to have something I can wear formally and easily undo a couple of buttons and roll up the sleeves to relax the look.

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    What's your budget?

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    I do like a bargain but I'm looking for something quality. I wouldn't want to spend more than £100 or so I guess.

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    I'd plump for someone who specialises in making shirts rather an all encompassing, generic type brand.

    Hawes & Curtis have never let me down

    TM Lewin also a good shout

    Charles Tyrwhitt also

    Some good deals on at the moment.

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    Good shout. Those Hawes and Curtis shirts look nice and they have some good deals on; I think I'll pop into their store at the weekend and check them out.

    Thanks!

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    hawes and curtis sizes come up quite large in my experience - even the slim fits.

    id recomend thomas pink.

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    Thomas Pink isn't a bad call at all. Also check out Paul Smith. Their slim fit shirts are really nicely fitted and for a plain white one will come in at around the £100 mark.

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