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    Can anyone speak to the quality and fit of the Lands' End non-iron dress shirts? I need a couple of solid dress shirts and am thinking about giving the tailored fit a shot. Are they worth the price? If not any other suggestions for non-iron shirts? Sorry if this has been discussed before, I am fairly new to this forum. Thanks.

    #2
    I have a couple. I find them to be actually very good quality. The slim fit isn't that slim though if you are concerned with fit. hope that helps.

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      #3
      Yeah, quality for the price is great. But fit is definitely not slim. For casual shirts, I usually size down. I am normally a Slim L or medium. I am for sure a medium in Land's End.

      About their actual dress shirts with collar and sleeve sizing, Tailored is an improvement but I would think you would still need tailoring depending on your build. They have a new Slim fit, which I haven't tried. Best thing about Land's End is you can return anything, any time to a Sears store. I've returned things that were over a year old that I never wear with no questions/issues.

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        #4
        They have a new Slim fit, which I haven't tried.
        I haven't either. The LE tailored fit in collar/sleeve sizing is my go-to for nicer casual shirts for wear in and out of my dress casual workplace (wearing one today, actually). I did recently order a couple of these and noticed that the fit has changed somewhat to a more larger cut overall. I assume this is because of the introduction of the new "slim" line. The old tailored fit shirts were fairly slim. The new tailored fit, while a bit larger, still fits me pretty well and will allow me to now dry these in the dryer if I want. But to echo everyone above, I agree the quality to price ratio is pretty great especially when they can be had at 30-40% off.

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          #5
          As stated already, quality is great but fit is near terrible. I ordered a few of their shirts in the "tailored fit" over a year ago and can't bring myself to wear them because of how boxy and large they are. However, I do have an "athletic build" which makes it near impossible for me to find the perfect fit with OTR shirts.

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            #6
            I hear ya, original....I bought a few of their tailored fit a few years ago and I hardly wear them.....I even bought a size down....I recently bought some tommy hilfigers at macys on sale.....their slim fit (with going half a size down) fit me real well....it's find because I don't wear a tie to work. They actually just came out with some non-iron shirts....pretty expensive but you know macys...always sales/coupons...

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              #7
              Thanks to all. I am a pretty athletic build, so I will definitely need something with a slimmer fit. Doesn't seem like these will work out for me.

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