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Men's Kirkland Signature Dress Shirts (various style/colors)

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Costco Wholesale.com has select Men's Kirkland Signature Dress Shirts (various style/colors) on sale for $12.97. Shipping is free. Thanks ananyavb

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I don't like the little buttons on the collars. ☹️
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I do like the quality on these but I wish they had them in non-fatman sizes. They're just baggy if you're a normal build or don't have a gut.
Okay...a little aggressive considering >80% of us are fat.
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Actually, if you can't fill out a normal shirt in the shoulders which is where the fit lies then you need to hit the gym or move down to the child section/tailored fit. Those of us that can military press more than a 100 lbs understand
The waist is still too big if you've got a normal 32" waist and 42" chest.
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20-34/35? I can't even...
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Okay...a little aggressive considering >80% of us are fat.The waist is still too big if you've got a normal 32" waist and 42" chest.
I have similar measurements. I just order the tailored and a size or two down in the neck with longer sleeves. Ends up fitting perfectly except I can't button the collar which I never do anyway. I probably have 6-8 of these shirts. For the price you can't beat them.
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Is this available in store too?
Most of the shirts were/are stocked in store, but this seems like a seasonal clearance price, so inventory will be YMMV. I've seen warehouses have none of the sizes left by the time SD threads get posted for online sales, but I've seen other warehouses still have plenty around the same time, and even after a couple weeks after.

If the sizes you're eyeing are online, order online and return if necessary, otherwise go ahead and check your local warehouses but if you've done this a few times you should have an idea of how far ahead or behind your warehouses are compared to the website in clearing clothes out.
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Actually, if you can't fill out a normal shirt in the shoulders which is where the fit lies then you need to hit the gym or move down to the child section/tailored fit. Those of us that can military press more than a 100 lbs understand
wow, you chose a costco shirt thread to brag about how much you work out?
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wow, you chose a costco shirt thread to brag about how much you work out?
I'd like to add that I could crush man's skull like sparrow's egg between my thighs because they are so massive from all the squats I do. That might be useful info for how these shirts will fit...so long as people are discussing workouts.
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I have similar measurements. I just order the tailored and a size or two down in the neck with longer sleeves. Ends up fitting perfectly except I can't button the collar which I never do anyway. I probably have 6-8 of these shirts. For the price you can't beat them.
Thanks for the tip. That might work...except that I have short arms...and need to button my shirt since I typically wear my work shirts with a tie.

Oh well, this shirt isn't for me. Frown Costco still has the best leather belts.
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Whether it's Sam's Club or Costco, clothes from whole sale stores aren't eye pleasing. This shirt is for professionals, dads, and uncles who are married and don't want to attract any attention.
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No size 14?
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I do like the quality on these but I wish they had them in non-fatman sizes. They're just baggy if you're a normal build or don't have a gut.
well costco is for bulky people
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Actually, if you can't fill out a normal shirt in the shoulders which is where the fit lies then you need to hit the gym or move down to the child section/tailored fit. Those of us that can military press more than a 100 lbs understand
Yes, that's the solution. Shirt doesn't fit? Go the gym until it does. In fact, all men's clothing should just come in one size.
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Man I wish the would do Slim fit.
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even the tailored?
The cost to tailor a shirt would be $25 where I live. This means I have to determine if there's still value here vs just buying another brand of slim fit shirts like Nordstrom for example.
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