4 shirts from £63.00 click & collect / £68.95 delivered at TM Lewin & 5.25%
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4 shirts from £63.00 click & collect / £68.95 delivered at TM Lewin & 5.25%

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Found 23rd Jul 2017
Add code SALE10 to bring the already reduced price of 4 for £70.00 on selected shirts down to £63.00, plus 5.25% Topcashback
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Nice spot. Always some sort of sale at TM Lewin but this is one of the better ones - thanks!

7% cashback from Quidco maybe?

Actually, after looking there isn't much choice.
Edited by: "thejinx6" 23rd Jul 2017
Don't buy anything other than non-iron from these guys. Terrible quality and practically unusable after the first wash.
If you buy 4 shirts as part of a 4 shirt sale combo....and then you return one of them.... are you just refunded the £17.50? Or is there some adjustment made for not qualifying for the sale..
manbearpig

Don't buy anything other than non-iron from these guys. Terrible quality … Don't buy anything other than non-iron from these guys. Terrible quality and practically unusable after the first wash.



I'll second that. I haven't bothered with Lewin since the discontinued the traveller shirt.
manbearpig

Don't buy anything other than non-iron from these guys. Terrible quality … Don't buy anything other than non-iron from these guys. Terrible quality and practically unusable after the first wash.



Alright give an alternative.
Charles Tyrwhitt. Although I'm perfectly happy with the quality of both TML and CT. I find the fit generally better on TML and the quality perhaps slightly higher at CT, never had any real issues though.
Only on the multibuy shirts. Rest are £30 and the code does not work on them.
CT is much better imo. Their shirts seem to last longer.
No super fitted on sale
Just for balance, I have never had an issue with Lewin shirts, and find them better than CT. Either way, 4 for £100 is good value and better than you will find at M&S unless you're paying significantly more.
I also much prefer Lewins shirts to CT, they do seem much better quality, although I mainly buy Non Irons.
I use both CT and TM Lewin - fits are slightly different and quality almost the same. Do agree the CT shirts seem to last better though
Hawes Curtis and Thomas Pink are good alternatives
OnlyJoeKing

CT is much better imo. Their shirts seem to last longer.



Agreed. I bought a few shirts from both TML and CT at the same time and the CT shirts have faired much better wearing and washing once a week week.
Fagol23rd Jul

Alright give an alternative.



Hawes and Curtis for similar pricing. Thomas Pink more expensive but superior quality
OnlyJoeKing23rd Jul

CT is much better imo. Their shirts seem to last longer.



CT quality is in decline in last few years. Also I won't be shopping there again as their founder is a Brexiteer, so he won't be getting my money.
Fagol23rd Jul

Alright give an alternative.

Charles tyrwitt
Rudess20 m ago

CT quality is in decline in last few years. Also I won't be shopping there …CT quality is in decline in last few years. Also I won't be shopping there again as their founder is a Brexiteer, so he won't be getting my money.

I like brexiteer. Screw tml now.
Fagol

Alright give an alternative.


Primark!
Visited Hawes & Curtis in Stratford westfield last weekend and they had a 4 for £81 deal on and the quality is really nice, they have lots of shirts reduced to £20 now as well so its a good option if you want a high quality shirt
I always get my shirts from TM Lewin, I got for the extra fitted ones. However, I just bought 8 shirts from Hawes and Curtis for £162 - £20 amex rewards. The equivalent to TM Lewin was the extra slim fit.
Hot - although in my size there are only 16 different shirts to choose from and only one of those I liked.

There does seem to be an abundance of blue check shirts available...
Bigfootpete36 m ago

Hot - although in my size there are only 16 different shirts to choose …Hot - although in my size there are only 16 different shirts to choose from and only one of those I liked.There does seem to be an abundance of blue check shirts available...


Because nobody wears blue check in 2017
Great deal. if you're a student- use MYUNIDAYS for 20% off!! Just purchased 4 shirts for £56. Works out to £14/shirt!
Tried using codes and don't work
Popped in and checked out the shirts. They are part of the summer collection (thinner basically) so might be worth waiting until winter collection is out unless you are buying for next year...
Also - anyone know a more ethical brand or someone who does organic shirts? Anyone tried?
skgwho1 h, 58 m ago

Also - anyone know a more ethical brand or someone who does organic …Also - anyone know a more ethical brand or someone who does organic shirts? Anyone tried?


WTF are organic shirts?

You know you aren't supposed to eat them, right?
great comment by manbearpig - made me laugh
Good attitude, "I didn't want Brexit so I hope the country fails and proves me right". Despite traitorous fools like you this country will prosper.
manbearpig28th Jul

WTF are organic shirts?You know you aren't supposed to eat them, right?


Haha. They are made from organic cotton (lower pesticides etc) and the fabric is pretty nice. Saw some in the US.
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