Made to Measure shirts Now from £25 @ M&S
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Made to Measure shirts Now from £25 @ M&S

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Found 16th Apr 2009Made hot 17th Apr 2009
In my opinion the best shirts i have ever bought. Im a funny frame and struggle to find shirts to fit.
Just type in your measurements and they make a shirt to fit.
Had 2 now and both have fitted perfect
According to which they are better than saville row.
Not many designs on at the min but there is usually at least 30 fabrics
But the autograph ones are now £25
Crackin Value plus Free Delivery

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Original Poster

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I find the 2" longer sleeve variety M&S sell is good enough for me. Might try ordering one of these at some point though.

Thank you-might give it a try for hubby.................
He is seven months pregnant and is finding it difficult to find clothes that fit properly!
Great deal so voted hot.

I have just received mine and it fits really well and cost me only £25. I will certainly be buying again.

5% quidco too?

I'd hardly call it made to measure, it's hardly any better than picking a shirt up off the shelf at one of the high street shirt makers who offer different styles and sizes in each shirt.

Made to measure shirts take into account much more than your height, weight and collar size; things like sleeve length, chest size, wrist size etc as well as your preferences are what sets apart a truly made to measure shirt than either the M&S "Design your own shirt" and a shirt bought from TM Lewin.

Sounds amazing, but they only have ~10 fabrics to choose from??

Youngsyr;4950804

I'd hardly call it made to measure, it's hardly any better than picking a … I'd hardly call it made to measure, it's hardly any better than picking a shirt up off the shelf at one of the high street shirt makers who offer different styles and sizes in each shirt. Made to measure shirts take into account much more than your height, weight and collar size; things like sleeve length, chest size, wrist size etc as well as your preferences are what sets apart a truly made to measure shirt than either the M&S "Design your own shirt" and a shirt bought from TM Lewin.


Why is there always some clever dick keen to knock these deals. It's from £25 for goodness' sake!

I'm lucky enough to be a standard size but if not I'd value this service. Made to measure for $5 if you want to go to SE Asia though!

I'm going to get a shirt in the future to test it out. Just bugs me that article posted about how M&S beats Savile Row tailors is just so poorly researched it feels like M&S paid them to write it.

Original Poster

Best to just order one, they will send it out, if its too short, long wide etc then send it back they adjust and send back to you, takes about 2 weeks but not bad for fully tailored
Highly reccomended by myself

But it's not fully tailored is it?
The only size you choose is the neck size by the looks of it???

Youngsyr;4950804

I'd hardly call it made to measure, it's hardly any better than picking a … I'd hardly call it made to measure, it's hardly any better than picking a shirt up off the shelf at one of the high street shirt makers who offer different styles and sizes in each shirt. Made to measure shirts take into account much more than your height, weight and collar size; things like sleeve length, chest size, wrist size etc as well as your preferences are what sets apart a truly made to measure shirt than either the M&S "Design your own shirt" and a shirt bought from TM Lewin.



That's bespoke.

By giving your neck size, weight, height and fit you need they do generate a shirt which for me fits much better than normal. I guess alot of people may be perfectly happy with the off the shelf stuff but for me it was much better and at £25 for a high quality cotton it was a steal.

Cheers son is delighted with the idea Thanks
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