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Smart Fitted 'stiff' white ladies shirt

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CallieTorres Sun 07-Feb-16 20:49:04

Where can i find a smart fitted 'stiff' white ladies shirt thats not too expensive....?

like a thick cotton style?

MrsNoraCharles Sun 07-Feb-16 20:59:21

Depends on your budget, but I think The Shirt Company is very good quality and I find them very well cut. They are also good at sending regular discount codes if you sign up.

Pantsalive Mon 08-Feb-16 01:57:53

TM Lewin?

JackandDiane Mon 08-Feb-16 07:38:00

Uniqlo

Higge Mon 08-Feb-16 16:53:45

I got a really nice one in M&S for £19.99

ConesOfDunshire Mon 08-Feb-16 20:18:03

Depends on budget, but TM Lewin and Charles Tyrwhitt both do good formal women's shirts.

CallieTorres Mon 08-Feb-16 20:46:57

i tried M&S, but didnt like any of them, i want a thicker material iyswim

CallieTorres Mon 08-Feb-16 20:48:25

i'll look at the others - thanks

randomsabreuse Mon 08-Feb-16 20:49:34

TM Lewin, Pink, Hawes and Curtis (or Ede and Ravenscroft)

MuttonCadet Mon 08-Feb-16 20:51:23

Pink is great, but it depends on your budget. Always a bargain to be had at T M Lewin.

BikeRunSki Mon 08-Feb-16 21:01:27

Lands End

CallieTorres Mon 08-Feb-16 21:24:13

oh my god - i cant order ANYTHING from the clearance at TM Lewin, how bloody annoying!

MamehaSan Mon 08-Feb-16 23:25:21

I like H&C shirts personally, and they often have sales on. The cotton ones are nice and thick.

Behooven Tue 09-Feb-16 07:56:30

Jaeger Outlet have lovely pure cotton work shirts

LinusLovesBretons Tue 09-Feb-16 13:43:24

Brooks Brothers on Regent Street (and online) do lovely white shirts. Not the cheapest but they wash well and barely need ironing.

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