Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6
Rated 4 out of 5 by edgarbox THE NEXT SHIRT YOU NEED TO HAVE
The grandpa collar, the no collar, the band collar… call it whatever you want, I believe this casual yet classic style is a must have in any man’s wardrobe. This WB shirt combines two of my favorite on trend looks, Japanese selvedge with a band collar in a modern tailored fit, creating the perfect masculine yet classic look. In my opinion it’s the perfect complement to the ever popular club/ bomber jacket and a pair of dark denim or even black jeans and sand colored Alden boots. It’s also a nice change from the traditional collared shirts under a dark suit or a suit vest and pants and a pair of black wingtips.
July 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jake Exactly What I Was Hoping For
Measurable – 6'1, 150 lbs.
Size – XS
Fits well in the chest, great length, and adequate sleeve length. Fantastic attention to detail and all that. A great pickup.
August 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kyle New "Go-to"
This is hands down the greatest shirt I have. The combination of the band collar, superior fit, and cool blue color make it a stand-out shirt. Very comfortable material and goes well with just about anything.
December 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by dzynchik My brand-new go-to shirt!
I really love this shirt! I don't usually wear men's clothing, but I wear this all the time. The styling is refined enough that it works great for women who don't want to look like they're wearing their boyfriend's clothes. I'm 5"6", 122 lbs. and the XS fits me perfectly—it's roomy enough but also fits closely enough to be flattering and feminine. The sleeves are the right length, too! The fabric tends to be a bit wrinkly, so if you're into crisply tailored shirts, you'll want to press this a bit, but it's not necessary. I never do and I always feel pulled together with this on. It works really well untucked over a pair of skinny jeans.
April 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Darren Great for fall.
Fits, feels and looks really nice. I was quite pleasantly surprised when I tried the shirt on.
October 18, 2014