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T.M.Lewin have their Shirts, Ties and Chinos on sale. Shirts are $22.95, Ties are $20.95 and Chinos are $49 when you apply promo code TMLTIESHICHIBF at checkout. Shipping is free on orders $50+, otherwise shipping is $10.

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Good quality comparable to CT and 4 fits to chose from. Used them before and in for 6. Thanks OP. Repped
Better than CT?

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I'd like to know how these compare to Charles tyrwhitt as well. I wear only CT shirts in extra slim. Anyone have both and can chime in? If they're not as good I'll stick to ct
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Never tried them. Not sure about the fitting. Can I order different fits and return the others? How is their return policy? Do we have to pay for the shipping - especially since it goes back to UK?
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Big fan of their non-iron shirts. Thinking about the pants.
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Tm Lewin is similar to CT shirts. They run a size smaller than CT so size yourself accordingly. I prefer TM over CT purely for the slim fit look. The cuts on the shirts work better for my body type.
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Never tried them. Not sure about the fitting. Can I order different fits and return the others? How is their return policy? Do we have to pay for the shipping - especially since it goes back to UK?
I've returned shirts before for a full refund no questions asked. They don't charge shipping either way. But with confidence
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I'd like to know how these compare to Charles tyrwhitt as well. I wear only CT shirts in extra slim. Anyone have both and can chime in? If they're not as good I'll stick to ct
From what I've read they are similar quality. Both companies from what I understand don't make their own shirts, another manufacturer is making them and they are selling them. There is a guide showing the chest fits and TM Lewin is slightly looser than CT for certain sizes. Someone in the last thread said TM Lewin has a more tapered shirt design which is good for people with athletic builds. http://www.shirtdetective.com/cha...-tm-lewin/
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I also have CT shirts and prefer these. I have tried both easy iron and non iron. I hands down recommend the non iron shirts. My lazy ass doesn't like ironing. But their non iron selection is little to none for my sizes, so it's a pass for me. Good deal if you're looking for easy iron though.
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I have both CT and TM shirts and prefer the TM. The fit is better for me and they've held up a bit better over the years. I'm interested in trying out their chinos, I have a heck of a time finding comfortable, tailored fit chinos for work.
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Last time I compared these to the CT shirts I ended up with the Tyrwhitt. These were so thin that the slightest perspiration ended with me looking like I had been sleeping in the shirt for days. I supposed non-wrinkle != non-rumple. But I agree that the cut of TM shirts is more flattering.
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aw, the non-iron poplins are all sold out. I prefer the breathable fabric much more so than the twill
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Bought two pairs non-iron for $49.90. No shipping as I was offered free shipping through chat. No tax in SC. If I buy anything from eBay we need to pay 9% tax even if it is from a person. In the latter case eBay would collect the tax.
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Dang, I've been wanting to try these shirts but all the sizes I want are out of stock.
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I have both TM Lewin shirts and CT shirts, mainly from reading Slickdeals and how they're both highly popular brands of dress shirts. I think they're both well-made shirts, perfect for work.

I think the CT shirts seem to use a thicker cotton or tighter weave. Frankly, I like the designs by TM Lewin more. I feel like the TM Lewin shirt designs reflect more American tastes, somehow.

Anywho, both are great dress shirts and way better than what you find in most Macy's or Kohl's. On sale, it's a no brainer
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Easy iron is 22.5 and non-iron are 25. Still a great deal. In for 5 shirts plus 8.5% CB. Good stock as well.
Who's got 8.5 CB?
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