4 shirts for £70 @ TM Lewin
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4 shirts for £70 @ TM Lewin

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Found 13th Jul
4 shirts for 70. But 10pc off with code RGATE or 15pc if you have unidays.
Free delivery to store plus you get 5 off.
Bargain

21 Comments

Great mid range work shirt. Heat.

Tried them but found the cut very odd. Massive all over but tighter on neck than other manufacturers. Delivery took almost a week, and have now been waiting nearly a week for refund too. Charles Tyrwhitt much better all round, but a bit more expensive.

Used TM Lewin for years but finally had enough as the shirts don't last long. Charles Tyrwhitt shirts are much better quality

Had TM shirts before, Hawes and Curtis much better IMO and often good deals on

CT shirts are far better quality, for more or less the same price. One of the few benefits of TM shirts is they have slimmer arm fitting.

CT use better quality fabric, which is thicker where it matters. The following don't wrinkle on CT shirts; Collar, buttoned blanket and yoke.

Shirts from TM that aren't non-iron are a complete disgrace and shouldn't be sold to the public. When I was a graduate I bought that junk and got mocked on the trading floor.

manbearpig

CT shirts are far better quality, for more or less the same price. One of … CT shirts are far better quality, for more or less the same price. One of the few benefits of TM shirts is they have slimmer arm fitting.CT use better quality fabric, which is thicker where it matters. The following don't wrinkle on CT shirts; Collar, buttoned blanket and yoke.Shirts from TM that aren't non-iron are a complete disgrace and shouldn't be sold to the public. When I was a graduate I bought that junk and got mocked on the trading floor.



In my day, graduates weren't allowed on the trading floor other than to bring real traders their lunch.

TM Lewin used to be good until they were bought by a Venture Capital firm. I stopped buying Charles Tyrwhitt after I found out the owner is a chief Brexiteer. So now I buy shirts through Hawes and Curtis

You can save time on delivery by going to the shop and telling them you are the shirt lifter.
Edited by: "stuartc74" 14th Jul

Recently switched from TM Lewin to CT (never can spell or pronounce the full name!) and I'd say CT are much better quality.

Never used CT shirts before but now I know the owner is chief Brexiteer, I won't stop buying them

mogman1

Never used CT shirts before but now I know the owner is chief Brexiteer, … Never used CT shirts before but now I know the owner is chief Brexiteer, I won't stop buying them


Enjoy, because he just said he will have to increase his shirts prices because of Brexit.
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Primark do 100% cotton formal shirts for £10. Just saying.

If the non-iron shirts are available in this, choose them.

Never had a more difficult shirt to iron.

Really good quality though, go in and get measured if you can too, the shirts are a bit bigger than you would think. I'd buy slim fit in here whereas I wouldn't dream of anything slim fit in River Island, Topman etc

Haven't tried Hawes and Curtis but not had any problems with TM so long as you go for the luxury or ltd edition ones. Charles Tyrwhitt, never again, one tent fits all...
Edited by: "stinkingnugget" 15th Jul

Original Poster

TM are probably not the best shirts you can but they are good enough and have good offers. CT hardly has decent offers but their shirts are a little better. However I recently bought some shirts all the same size but when put on top of one another they were about an inch smaller or bigger. Hawes and Curtis are nice too and seem the most easiest of the lot to iron. They have some coating. But their customer service is total sh!te...

I buy TM Lewin shirts because I find their fit better than CT and others.
I wear their slim fit, tried CT and other places have a baggier fitting around the torso area which makes me go back to tm lewin.

Simba92

I buy TM Lewin shirts because I find their fit better than CT and others. … I buy TM Lewin shirts because I find their fit better than CT and others. I wear their slim fit, tried CT and other places have a baggier fitting around the torso area which makes me go back to tm lewin.



I am now on my 3rd round of buying TM to try and get shirts that fit me like CT ones do. I bought 4 fitted (too tight) bought 4 slim fit (too lose), I wear extra slim fit in CT and they are perfect fit with superb fabric. TM really let me down this time sadly. Yet to try Hawes and Curtis, might need to take a look.

Was a fan of TM Lenin but changed to Charles Twright as it might be slightly expensive but the quality is much better. Also you get steel shirt blades. Also the shirt cuts fit me better.

I use CT shirts, was thinking to give TM lewin a try but looks like it doesn't match with CT quality... BTW happy with CT anyway...

I have had about 45 TM Lewin shirts as it is my only local retailer for this sort of stuff, and I have a few comments
- Only worth it when on sale, I think they're worth £15-20 at most per shirt.
- Only buy non iron, as others have said, the shirts are pretty hard to iron.
- Twill is the easiest to iron in terms of their standard stuff, and the cotton poplin fabric is the most difficult to iron.
- The casual shirts fit large (38" chest = Small). My favourites are the "Textured Casual Slim Fit Shirt"s
- The business/formal shirts fit "wide" (Slim = regular, Fitted = slim, Super fitted = skinny)
- Arm holes are quite high, but shoulders are still generous, so unless you have arms of The Rock it should fit just fine

Edited by: "sevstein" 18th Jul

adamnsu15th Jul

Was a fan of TM Lenin but changed to Charles Twright as it might be …Was a fan of TM Lenin but changed to Charles Twright as it might be slightly expensive but the quality is much better. Also you get steel shirt blades. Also the shirt cuts fit me better.

You can buy a whole load of steel collar stiffeners online. I got 52 assorted ones for £8 on Amazon. I use them in my old TM Lewin shirts too!
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