asked this question on 09-15-2021 at 10:53 AM
09-15-2021 at 11:56 AM
I would suggest going to a local Men's clothing store to get measured or try on a few sizes. Once you know your size, you'll never want to just get a LG or XL sized dress shirt. Your actual size is much more comfortable.
09-15-2021 at 01:37 PM
Measure yourself. There are tutorials online.
09-16-2021 at 02:49 PM
In short, the first (smaller) number is neck circumference and the second is sleeve length.
Per their website, if you currently have a collared shirt, lay the collar flat and measure from the center of the button to far edge of the button hole. That will be your neck size (e.g., mine's 17, but I like a little extra room so I go 17 1/2). You can also just measure around your neck with a tape measure, but add a little extra for comfort.
For sleeve length, again, if you have a long-sleeve shirt that fits well, measure from the seam on the shoulder down the length of your arm to your wrist bone:
I'll know more in a few days, but from what I've read online—so, YMMV, proceed at your risk, caveat emptor, etc.—they seem to be on a spectrum of better than Men's Warehouse, not as good as Brooks Brothers. Still, for $5, the risk is quite low. Of course, that's ten shirts to get free shipping :-).
09-16-2021 at 03:29 PM
I have had very good luck with their Travelers Collection shirts. Good quality and honest fit.