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Crisp masculine style work shirts - where?

(5 Posts)
sedgiebaby Mon 11-Jul-11 14:21:34

I've just bought 3 suits for going back to work, not sure why but I fancy some masculine looking crisp double cuff shirts. Normally I'd go for tank tops or long sleeve scoop neck tops (not blouses). My industry is male dominated and I'm feeling a little lacking in confidence having been away on mat leave for so long now, so maybe I want to look a bit more 'fierce' I don't know!?

Anyway I'm tall and so they will need to be long in the arm, should I actually look at mens shirts to get a good quality cotton with a decent collar and cuff, or is that a stupid idea?

Ephiny Mon 11-Jul-11 14:31:41

TM Lewin usually have a good selection. They're not cheap, but often have a special offer if you buy three. Their sleeves are often too long for me (3/4 length is my friend!) so might be just right for you smile

Austin Reed are also good, again quite expensive but good quality.

fiorentina Mon 11-Jul-11 16:51:04

I buy mine from Gieves and Hawkes when they have a sale, otherwise they are very pricey. They are good quality though and last a long time, fit me nicely and they have a range of ladies styles, from very fitted to more 'boy fit'.

fiorentina Mon 11-Jul-11 16:52:10

Sorry I meant Hawes and Curtis not Gieves and Hawkes...

DonaAna Mon 11-Jul-11 18:51:18

My friend swears by Thomas Pink.

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