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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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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 fit "lies" in the shoulders?

What does that even mean? There are far more aspects to dress shirt sizing than the shoulder span or width. In particular, with these awful Costco shirts, the fit of the entire torso is 100% dependent upon the neck size you've chosen. Meaning, if you buy a 17x34/35, they assume your 17" neck equates to a 60" stomach and a 54-DD bra size.

They're baggy as fark. And if you're as "JaCk3D, fAm" as you say you are, the upper half may very well fit, but the lower half will fit like you just left the maternity ward.

They're designed for the masses... masses of obesity.
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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.
So true, bruh. People who've got their lives in order. Hahaha. What losers, am I right? I need a shirt for dabbin' on bad bitches in da club.
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Okay...a little aggressive considering >80% of us are fat.
Who is 'us'? Even in the US that number is only 68% and that includes everyone who falls in the 'overweight' BMI range. Those people would still be swimming in shirts like this. Those who wouldn't, the ones that are Obese or larger, are still in the minority.

Made up statistics aren't helpful to anyone.
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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.
Couldn't agree more
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Perfect for Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad
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Can anyone educate me on what's the difference between, buttoned down, tailored fit and fit spread?
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Can anyone educate me on what's the difference between, buttoned down, tailored fit and fit spread?
Buttoned down have the collar buttoned down. Tailored fit is thinner around the torso, Traditional fit is fatter around the torso.
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It's so frustrating that Costco won't fix these damned shirts. I had a couple previous generation KS dress shirts from the 2000s that fit and we're great. They messed up the sizing on these and they're useless unless you're overweight.
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Anyone?
I was at Costco today near Pittsburgh and did not see any at reduced pricing
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Buttoned down have the collar buttoned down. Tailored fit is thinner around the torso, Traditional fit is fatter around the torso.
Nice. Got the smallest size at tailored fit
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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
Ah didnt realize you needed to be fat to lift weight. Some of us just have weight in our chest and shoulders
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That's the problem I have with any off the rack shirts for a muscular build. As you size up enough to fit the chest, shoulders and chest, the waist area starts puffing out like a dress. I have a hard time finding any dress shirts that have anything close to a 12-14" chest to waist drop.
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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 have it backwards. If you're in decent shape, you'll have a big chest to waist drop. The tailored fit tried to address that but only goes so far. Once you start getting to 10+" drop, even that doesn't work quite right anymore without a puffed out shirt like a dress.
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It's funny how even the model in the picture looks like he's wearing a parachute.
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