dealsclassic custom pinpoint oxford dress shirt for…

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I've bought these before. They are nice shirts. I send all my dress shirts to the laundry, who has time to iron? The monogram is free and I can get these in a 20-35 which is a hard size to find otherwise.

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@racingfreak92: Where are you spending $8 to dry clean a shirt? I've rarely seen good dry cleaners charge more than $2 to clean and press a dress shirt. For those of us who work in offices with a business dress code, a good dry cleaner is essential.

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@ronstell: well if they have been running this "special introductory price" for 3-4yrs then I guess there is no reason to buy one of these now.

Also, if you have to bring this shirt to the dry cleaners every time, stop wasting your money and just go get a dress shirt somewhere else that costs $50-70, but wont cost $8 everytime you want to wash it.

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@jay3120: Couldn't disagree more - if you dry clean them, they come out looking great - not a wrinkle. They are 'fine' quality shirts, with a very high thread count, thus the need to dry clean. They wear and feel amazing, I have been a customer OF THIS DEAL for 3-4 years and all the shirts look great. Btw - the embroidery on the cuffs becomes affordable and looks very classy, an upgrade I would normally not pay for.

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These are great shirts with amazing material. They are made to take to the dry cleaners and come out very nice. These are $60-$80 shirts and the reason they only sell white is that these are loss-leaders. They hope you will come to their site and buy more ... which I have. These are an incredible deal, I highly recommend them (if you dry clean them) - they will last a long time!

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It's a shame, I need a 20/36 and they have it, but with all the negative comments, I will stay away. Thank you to those that posted those comments.

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Same deal they always have but still pretty nice shirts. I always take mine to the dry cleaner and they look fine and well pressed.

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They're up voting the price and customization, but they have not received the shirt yet. These are terrible shirts, like stated before, they will always be wrinkly. Quit staring at the cool customization, STAY AWAY!

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I'm confused. $26.90 for a white dress shirt that people are commenting sucks? And 70+ people have upvoted this deal?

What am I missing?

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The reason they dont iron well is that they are made out of cheap material and not sewn properly. A good dress shirt is easy to iron and if pulled from the drier at the right time will have few wrinkles, bad ones will look like they were slept in when you take them from the drier. These are not going to be easy to iron because they are cheap, but when you add in shipping they really stop being cheap but they still won't iron well.

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For those of you who don't know how to iron a shirt properly, here's some help.

http://artofmanliness.com/2011/04/06/how-to-iron-shirt/

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I have a few of these shirts. Good luck ironing them. They're great the first time you wear them. After that they look like you've slept in them.

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No comment on this deal, But Costco has been having Tommy Bahama Dress shirts- Beautiful dress shirts with collar stays even. $25, 6 colors if memory serves

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the tie is fab-u-lous lol. it's the opposite of a "Regis"