5 Shirts for £95 or 3 for £59 @ savilerow co
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5 Shirts for £95 or 3 for £59 @ savilerow co

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Found 1st Mar 2014
5 Shirts for £95 or 3 for £59 (free delivery over £60 spend. Great quality shirts

At Savile Row we offer a range of shirts, each made to our exacting standards. There are a variety of styles,
fits and designs to suit your taste and lifestyle.

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Original Poster Banned

The non iron range are great

Don't last long as marks or asda

I managed to get Jeff Banks / Osborne quality 100% cotton ones from Debenhams for about £11 in the sale. Very happy with them too

Are these shirts good quality? Savile Row in the name doesn't mean they are good.

I've been buying from this company for months. The shirts are excellent quality, better than any premium brands like TM Lewin or Charles Tyrwhitt. And I have to disagree with abarcellos, they last a heck of a lot longer than the last shirt I got from M&S.

Original Poster Banned

Agree

creepyhedgehog

I've been buying from this company for months. The shirts are excellent … I've been buying from this company for months. The shirts are excellent quality, better than any premium brands like TM Lewin or Charles Tyrwhitt. And I have to disagree with abarcellos, they last a heck of a lot longer than the last shirt I got from M&S.



If you have been only Ben buying them from here for months, that is not long enough to know if the shirts are long wearing.

Tyrwhitt and Lewins are from Jermyn St, which is the traditional home of fine shirt makers in London. I still have Tyrwhitt shirts I have been wearing since 2001 and those are hard wearing.

Valiantcat

If you have been only Ben buying them from here for months, that is not … If you have been only Ben buying them from here for months, that is not long enough to know if the shirts are long wearing.Tyrwhitt and Lewins are from Jermyn St, which is the traditional home of fine shirt makers in London. I still have Tyrwhitt shirts I have been wearing since 2001 and those are hard wearing.



Your points, while prima facie well made, both display a lack of observation to my post and contradict your own original post:

1) I specifically compared the length of wear of these shirts to M&S, not to any other company.

2) Simply because a company may originate from a particular location does not automatically guarantee quality. I have bought shirts on a number of occasions from Lewin and I have yet to be as satisfied with them as I have been with the shirts from the Savile Row Co. I have frequently found the Lewin ones to be overpriced for the comparable quality and the submission that a company is located in a particular place seems to smack, if you'll forgive me for saying so, somewhat of snobbery.

Finally, you say you have Tyrwhitt shirts that you've been wearing since 2001. Good for you. I'd be curious to know how often you wear them, though. Most people I know have about ten shirts that they wear once a fortnight or so. Claiming that a shirt has lasted thirteen years when you only wear it once every couple of months isn't really a reasoned or powerful argument...

Hi fair points.
I wear Tyrwhitt shirts on average once every 10 days and have done for years.

Marks sell shirts of many quality levels, Easycare at the cheap end, Sartorial and made to measure at the top end. Which Marks brand were you comparing too?
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