Charles Tyrwhitt shirts for £19.95, usually £80. Also free woven tie. (£4.95p&p)
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Charles Tyrwhitt shirts for £19.95, usually £80. Also free woven tie. (£4.95p&p)

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Found 20th Apr 2013
Not to imply that these shirts are worth £80, but at £19.99 it's the same as the TM Lewin 5/£100 but you can buy just 1.

You also get a free woven tie, "worth £50".

Standard UK shipping is £4.95.

These shirts are very expensive in the US and shipping to there is £13.95 which makes it a particularly good deal for American shoppers.

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Plus delivery,usually stops me from ordering.Unless anyone has a free delivery code floating about.

These are 4/£70 and 5/£85 at Bicester Village.

Cracking quality. Comes with free brass collar bones too.

Semi Cutaway Collars and some cutaways (blur) but beautiful cuts.

All double cuff too.

Just bought the yellow tie that comes free for £15 2nd hand off eBay, damnnnn..

10% Quidco & TCB

This is great deal as it does come with a free woven tie as well. I got 2 shirts and a tie, including postage for £45 - can't get close to that on the high street (next, M&S etc.) and the quality is so much better

thanks, nice shirts

im trying to purchase a shirt, when i go though hotukdeals link the shirts show as £19.99 with free tie, but when going through tcb shirts show as £29.99? can anyone tell me how to get the lower price through tcb please?

^doesnt matter grabbed this instore for same price. Thanks

got free tie as well

Anyone got an actual experience of these Vs TM Lewin shirts?

I bought the TM Lewin ones and found them a great fit (classic fit), but an absolute nightmare to iron.

Resorted to having them dry cleaned every week, and still need to rub them over with the iron myself!!

JusticeForThe96

Anyone got an actual experience of these Vs TM Lewin shirts?I bought the … Anyone got an actual experience of these Vs TM Lewin shirts?I bought the TM Lewin ones and found them a great fit (classic fit), but an absolute nightmare to iron.Resorted to having them dry cleaned every week, and still need to rub them over with the iron myself!!



Not much difference really. I think these may have a slightly longer/more relaxed cut, but not so you'd really notice.

Oh and a bit easier to iron!
Edited by: "mod_mart" 14th May 2013

Not tried TM Lewin, but I have a collection of about 8 Charles Tyrwhitt (that's "Turrit", people!) now and been very happy with them. I don't wear shirts normally for work, but I travel long-haul and then need 2 weeks' worth so if they were difficult to iron I would have rejected them straight away.

But remember to remove the brass collar bones before washing them - washing machines don't like things like that.

I've had a load of TM Lewin and Charles Tyrwhitt shirts over the years for work. Charles Tyrwhitt are better quality, easier to iron and better fit for me. Pretty good deal although I no longer have to wear shifts for work so I'm not going to be buying any today.

JusticeForThe96

Anyone got an actual experience of these Vs TM Lewin shirts?I bought the … Anyone got an actual experience of these Vs TM Lewin shirts?I bought the TM Lewin ones and found them a great fit (classic fit), but an absolute nightmare to iron.Resorted to having them dry cleaned every week, and still need to rub them over with the iron myself!!


I have bought stuff from TM Lewin and Charles Tyrwhitt in the past, so I can give some advice.

I only ever buy the non-iron shirts nowadays as the pure cotton ones (especially the poplin shirts) were fine to iron, but would crease as soon as you finished ironing them. By the end of a working day, they looked a proper mess.

I have found that TM Lewin's non-iron fabric (still 100% cotton) is better quality that the CT equivalent. Neither of them is truly non-iron, though. I still iron all of my shirts, but the difference is that they manage to avoid the aforementioned issue of creasing throughout the day. However, I find that the TML fabric performs far better than the CT one in this respect, which does still suffer from easier creasing. The creases which appear during washing are also harder to iron out of the CT shirts than the TML ones.

TML's non-iron shirts are not darted at the back like their normal shirts, which IMHO makes them much easier to iron. I got rid of all of my CT non-iron shirts when I realised that the TM Lewin ones were so much easier to iron and remained crisp for longer, so can't recall whether they are darted or not.

I also find that I get a better fit with TML than CT, although this will be different for other people. On the other hand, CT offer a far better choice of cuff type and sleeve length than TML (i.e. without having to pay for adjustments).

The customer service from both retailers is superb.

Overall, it's a question of finding what works best for you in terms of fit, and then finding the fabric type which suits you best. It's definitely worth paying a little more for the non-iron fabric, particularly with TM Lewin, whose non-iron cotton seems to do its job better than the CT equivalent.
Edited by: "Sweetchuck" 14th May 2013

Agree with you JonMiller. Normally ware ordinary shirts for work, but need to be smart when I travel - and these definitely present you as senior management.

bought a load the other week for this price. it's a good price for the non-iron shirts, plus the normal shirts iron well and overall the quality is better than lewin's. i'm tempted to get some more!

also, lewin's non iron are more expensive @ £25 and generally excluded from deals, and lewin's normal cotton shirts are a real pain to iron; creases seem to come back after 20 mins!

one word of advice for both is don't go for a normal "classic" fit unless you are chunky; their slim fits aren't all that slim and look much better.

HTH

Good quality shirts but beware, it is impossible to get off the mailing list once you are on it!

Great quality shirts, I've ended up with about 12 of them over the past couple of years

Top deal! Got a slick tie for a wedding I have in a few weeks.

I'd change the title if you can - they're not 'usually £80', they're on perma-sale and never really more than £25. They're not really worth any more than that either. I sent most of my last order back as they were poor quality.

Just what I needed, perfect timing. Hope deliveries arrive within a few days voted hot!

Sweetchuck

I have bought stuff from TM Lewin and Charles Tyrwhitt in the past, so I … I have bought stuff from TM Lewin and Charles Tyrwhitt in the past, so I can give some advice.I only ever buy the non-iron shirts nowadays as the pure cotton ones (especially the poplin shirts) were fine to iron, but would crease as soon as you finished ironing them. By the end of a working day, they looked a proper mess.I have found that TM Lewin's non-iron fabric (still 100% cotton) is better quality that the CT equivalent. Neither of them is truly non-iron, though. I still iron all of my shirts, but the difference is that they manage to avoid the aforementioned issue of creasing throughout the day. However, I find that the TML fabric performs far better than the CT one in this respect, which does still suffer from easier creasing. The creases which appear during washing are also harder to iron out of the CT shirts than the TML ones.TML's non-iron shirts are not darted at the back like their normal shirts, which IMHO makes them much easier to iron. I got rid of all of my CT non-iron shirts when I realised that the TM Lewin ones were so much easier to iron and remained crisp for longer, so can't recall whether they are darted or not.I also find that I get a better fit with TML than CT, although this will be different for other people. On the other hand, CT offer a far better choice of cuff type and sleeve length than TML (i.e. without having to pay for adjustments).The customer service from both retailers is superb.Overall, it's a question of finding what works best for you in terms of fit, and then finding the fabric type which suits you best. It's definitely worth paying a little more for the non-iron fabric, particularly with TM Lewin, whose non-iron cotton seems to do its job better than the CT equivalent.



I can't comment on the respective quality of the two makes' non-iron shirts but I go for CT ones as they fit me better at 35inch sleeves (which TML don't do) and are generally cheaper (in multi-buys at least, esp. with vouchers).

good qual

These are great shirts, I ordered 4 more last week. They're all I ever buy now. I have about 20. Just good quality for a good price.
Edited by: "ferple" 14th May 2013

ordered - seems a good enough deal (_;)

I was extremely happy to buy a ct limited edition shirt for £30 from fleabay recently

How long does delivery usually take? Any help is appreciated

Just tried to buy and at basket it's jumped up to £35 for one, £30 for another and the tie is no longer free. Is it because I went through quidco or TCB or something?

Yes, it does not work through quidco. If going through Quidco, only the shirts in the clearance section are from 19.99£. But there is a code for 10£ off - JQRA. So in essence without the tie, you can get a shirt alone for 16.90 delivered through quidco.

Thanks for posting.

Was about to buy 4 for £100. Best High St shirts at a decent price. So much nicer and easier to live with than TM Lewin ones I tried.

Ordered, thanks. Was after a new shirt but don't really need 4 as I don't wear shirts for work so nice to get the deal price for one individually with a tie to match chucked in. I usually get tailored shirts as I appear to be a 'freak' shape, my collar doesn't match my body! Hopefully the shorter sleeve option will fit

JonMiller

Charles Tyrwhitt (that's "Turrit", people!)



It's pronounced like spirit.. I asked in the shop

StillNoRF

Agree with you JonMiller. Normally ware ordinary shirts for work, but … Agree with you JonMiller. Normally ware ordinary shirts for work, but need to be smart when I travel - and these definitely present you as senior management.


Don't you need to be able to spell to be senior management?

Vid

Yes, it does not work through quidco. If going through Quidco, only the … Yes, it does not work through quidco. If going through Quidco, only the shirts in the clearance section are from 19.99£. But there is a code for 10£ off - JQRA. So in essence without the tie, you can get a shirt alone for 16.90 delivered through quidco.



Does the code only work through quidco ? and what are the terms?

just tried it on this deal and didn't work

Prefer Thomas Pink myself but CT do have some nice shirts too

Youngy

Prefer Thomas Pink myself but CT do have some nice shirts too


Me too, but they are more pricey. The virtual fitting room is great fun though!

Youngy

It's pronounced like spirit.. I asked in the shop


Correct!

These shirts were never £80. Nor are they worth £80.

JusticeForThe96

Anyone got an actual experience of these Vs TM Lewin shirts?I bought the … Anyone got an actual experience of these Vs TM Lewin shirts?I bought the TM Lewin ones and found them a great fit (classic fit), but an absolute nightmare to iron.Resorted to having them dry cleaned every week, and still need to rub them over with the iron myself!!



I've got about 10 CT shirts - and at least as many TM Lewin shirts - now I wear probably only two of the CT shirts regularly as
the TM Lewin shirts are much better in terms of fit, body length and quality.

I have three of the black label shirts but they are awful - uncomfortable, the arms crease badly as soon as you put the shirt on!
(I got them when they used to be included in the 4 for £100 deal.)

All of the non-iron shirts are uncomfortable - they make my underarms sweat for some reason (both brands).

The regular fit is too large for my collar size, TM Lewin are slightly better for regular fit.

Prepare for a lot of junk mail from this company after you place an order, both via email & physical mail through the letter box. Very difficult to get off their mailing list.
Edited by: "Zuulan" 14th May 2013
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