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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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Go for slim fit, unless you are a fatty, then generic sized shirt like these should fit your belly area well.
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I just received a couple of these in tailored fit. I'm going to return them as they're extremely baggy in the waist and fairly loose in the arms even at the tailored fit style.

I've had much better luck with Lands End slim fit, but they're ~ $40 each after the 40% discount codes found online.
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Nah just pointing out traditional fit is for regular men and tailored fit is for the exception to regular men. The original post acted as though it was flipped. The tailored fit is always on clearance for a reason it is only for the man child or for those that don't understand the rest of the office is laughing at you when you buttons are holding on for dear life when you try to double your club button down as an office button down
You realize tailored fit takes away cloth at the waist and torso BECAUSE the upper body is proportionately larger than the rest. If you're in the gym and as fit as you seem to think you are, you should be buying tailored fit. Regular fit is if you've got a gut to accommodate for.
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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
What's up, bro? These shirts are cut like garbage and those of us born thin might "fill out the shoulders" but not the torso, leading to very commonly seen and poorly dressed menswear. Tailored clothing makes anyone look better regardless of build. As an adult, I'd suggest you become mature and lay off the childish insults. "Those of us who can" DO, whether or not we naturally fit their ridiculous regular fit or not. Regular fit is for fatties. See what I did there?
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You realize tailored fit takes away cloth at the waist and torso BECAUSE the upper body is proportionately larger than the rest. If you're in the gym and as fit as you seem to think you are, you should be buying tailored fit. Regular fit is if you've got a gut to accommodate for.
he does not. the dude is 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

You're a fat guy who can press 100+ lbs lol. Nice.

Costco button ups dont work for me at all. Untucked (and any similar style) seem to be my best fit for athletic 100+ lb barbell press beasts.
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Are there any slim sizes? The fitted and tailored are usually too baggy.
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These things are shaped horribly, even when I was chubby they'd be too baggy. That, or I'm shaped horribly considering I wear 16/36-37 and I'm 34/44 on my suits
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They look like they fit the guy in the picture well. lol guess I'll pass based on the fit complaints. I prefer slim or modern fit and this sounds like classic.
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in the big and tall how do you tell if they are "Tall" ? I guess only way to tell is by sleeve length or is it indicated somewhere ?
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Nah just pointing out traditional fit is for regular men and tailored fit is for the exception to regular men. The original post acted as though it was flipped. The tailored fit is always on clearance for a reason it is only for the man child or for those that don't understand the rest of the office is laughing at you when you buttons are holding on for dear life when you try to double your club button down as an office button down
You've got it backwards. Tailored fit is for people who are in shape, ie wider chest and a slimmer torso.
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The solid blue shirts have averaged sleeve lengths 32/33, 34/35, etc... if you care about that (I don't). They are being swapped out in the next month with exact sleeve length shirts 32, 33, 34, 35, etc... which is the reason for this clearance. The white ones were swapped out about a year ago and now it's the blue color that's being swapped out. A good size selection will last a few weeks at most. It will be hard to find these in stores, especially for the fitted sizes.
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even the tailored?
Even the tailored cut.
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You've got it backwards. Tailored fit is for people who are in shape, ie wider chest and a slimmer torso.
what fit is for the beer belly? Wider at the torso and slimmer at the chest....lol
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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
I'm guessing you're about 5'4".
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