Thomas Mason® for J.Crew Ludlow shirt in gingham
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Thomas Mason® for J.Crew Ludlow shirt in gingham
Product Details

Earn the reputation of being the really well-dressed guy in the office. The Ludlow shirt is specifically cut for our Ludlow suit (so it feels tailor-made) but just happens to look great with everything from chinos to jeans. The fabric for this one is woven by Thomas Mason, one of the finest shirting mills in the world and a partner of ours since 2008. Why does that matter? The cotton is of the highest quality, thanks to the best raw materials, meaning the shirt will feel softer, look better and hold up longer.

  • Cotton.
  • Spread collar.
  • Machine wash.
  • Import.
Size & Fit Details
  • Ludlow fit.

Thomas Mason® for J.Crew Ludlow shirt in gingham

Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Disappointed I had this shirt previously but it is a bit tattered so I purchased another one, except the new one showed up without the pocket in front of left breast. October 21, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by good shirt shame about the collar stays The fabric and fit is great but would have thought somebody would check for faults before being sold. Where you insert the collsr stay on one side ishas not been stiched in the corner. Its off hence the collar does not sit well when its unbuttoned September 11, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sizes xsmall-xlarge for premium shirts. Really?! How can you charge a premium for this shirt without men's sizing? If Thomas Mason shirts are priced competitively with other premium retail dress shirts and custom dress shirts then it better be close to my size off the rack. You can't bucket fine dress shirts into regular sizes xsmall-xlarge. You need to have 14-18 neck sizes and sleeve sizes at the very least. I thought Jcrew cared about appealing to every body type and the way we wear shirts (occasionally untucked, be able to wear with a tie and not have a collar choking you to death in order to do so) these shirts used to come in full and half sizes. Don't go the way of other companies who continue to forego quality in order to operationally expand. Is this a way to increase margin at the expense of the customer? Loyal customers notice. July 22, 2016
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