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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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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.
i like banana republic grant fit. great quality but pricey.
express slim and very slim fit. good fit and colors, meh quality. sometimes great prices.
recently i bought a couple of perry ellis very slim fit, good deal and fit. could use more patterns.

http://www.shirtdetective.com/
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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.
I've got it right, as someone that has ripped a button or shirt or two in the chest and back at the seam. But it was more just calling out the original poster trying to flip the script on those that wear tailored shirt as if their underdeveloped body is the norm. There is a reason this is the normal cut. Also, there is supposed to be some fabric in the midsection the skin-tight midsection is for clubbing, not the office. If you are buying costco dress shirts for clubbing heaven help you.
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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.

Well if you can't figure out what was implied then I probably shouldn't be replying, but since I've got time to burn I will. I'm not jacked, just an adult that can push more than my body weight above my head and also do a pull-up or two.
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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.

Way to pick up on the coy sarcasm/// there that might help you. PeaceApplauseApplause
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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.

Totally depends on the manufacturer, used to be that way now it is just an excuse to make it tighter in the midsection and not longer. A tailored nowadays cut will untuck on the sides every time you lift your arms unless you have no shoulders to lift the shirt up with.
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Great deal. I'm in for several. Seems like every time I take a pile of my shirts to get washed/pressed a few come back with big orange stains on the front with the "Sorry we couldn't get your stain out" tag. Of course, the ironic part is that there was no big orange stain on the shirts when they went in. Switched dry cleaners, no matter, they all do this same sham.

For those complaining about the fit, doesn't anyone wear a blazer/sport coat any more? If you bought the neck the right size and your shirt is tucked in (you can gather it around the waist and tuck extra in the back) you put your jacket on and have no problem with "baggy". If you are wearing shirts like these without a tie and jacket or untucked, why bother? Go buy some short-sleeved polo-type shirts to wear to the office and make your transition to slob official.
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Well if you can't figure out what was implied then I probably shouldn't be replying, but since I've got time to burn I will. I'm not jacked, just an adult that can push more than my body weight above my head and also do a pull-up or two.
This has nothing to do with my comprehension of your statement. I'm simply stating that what you said holds no water at all and it's clear that you're fat if these shirts 'fit' you properly.
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I was at Costco today near Pittsburgh and did not see any at reduced pricing
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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 can military press over 100 lbs and these shirts are still way too big. You're just the fat guy who claims it's muscle.
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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
Give me a break, you sound like the most insecure person on the planet. You're on a deal forum talking about military presses like anyone other than you cares. You're so insecure you feel the need to constantly talk about yourself.

People come in lots of sizes, that's why they make different shirt sizes.

Costco, however, doesn't make a lot of them because that's their model. The ones they do make are baggy. Not in my shoulders, in my waist. The circumference of the shirt at the waist is too large for me. Shoulders will not change that. I have a 32" waist, I'm not even a beanpole.

Get over yourself and stop trying to force your insecurities on others
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I can military press over 100 lbs and these shirts are still way too big. You're just the fat guy who claims it's muscle.

Never actually bought Costco's shirt, I was just trying to show the hypocrisy of the first guy calling traditional fit, fatty fit and I had faith in humanity that you all would call him out on it. But now I see that the slickdeals message board isn't always able to pick the low hanging fruit. If you care I wear some tailored and some traditional. Peace
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Give me a break, you sound like the most insecure person on the planet. You're on a deal forum talking about military presses like anyone other than you cares. You're so insecure you feel the need to constantly talk about yourself.

People come in lots of sizes, that's why they make different shirt sizes.

Costco, however, doesn't make a lot of them because that's their model. The ones they do make are baggy. Not in my shoulders, in my waist. The circumference of the shirt at the waist is too large for me. Shoulders will not change that. I have a 32" waist, I'm not even a beanpole.

Get over yourself and stop trying to force your insecurities on others

That's exactly the response you should bookmark and delivered to the guy I originally replied to. I was just calling out the aggressive fatty size, but as I mentioned in another post not everyone is able to pick up on message board banter.
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Kirkland is good quality
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I have a big gut and broad shoulders, and I am a Costco member. Perfect shirt for me! nod
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I have a big gut and broad shoulders, and I am a Costco member. Perfect shirt for me! nod
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