-2°
EXPIRED
Savile Row all white shirts £17.50 with code ends 26/5/09
Savile Row all white shirts £17.50 with code ends 26/5/09

Savile Row all white shirts £17.50 with code ends 26/5/09

Buy forBuy forBuy for£17.50
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Yes, I know its just white shirts etc etc

But despite some reviews, I found Savile Row shirts to be of a good quality, and for £17.50 for a good quality white shirt, it ain't half bad!

Excludes the gold collection, but still means you can get a good quality, double cuff essential shirt for work for a good price.

Enter code WHT9

6 Comments

Why is a double cuff "essential for work".

doublekite;5280683

Why is a double cuff "essential for work".



I don't think he means that. I read it to mean just an essential (as in standard) for work white shirt that happens to have double cuffs.

This comany always gets cold reviews on here. not had a shirt from them so not voting but their suits are bloody aweful

Poor quality shirts - far better value in M&S. Pay a little more and get a quality shirt from Charles Tyrwhitt or elsewhere. Savile Row in name only.

Original Poster

I know the shirts have had some bad reviews, but the ones I got were fine. Same sort of quality as TM Lewin.

j_dj;5282219

I know the shirts have had some bad reviews, but the ones I got were … I know the shirts have had some bad reviews, but the ones I got were fine. Same sort of quality as TM Lewin.



Yes - it does seem that some people consider the shirts are good, others poor. This suggests to me that the shirts are not of a consistent quality - pay your money and take pot luck, I think. The shirts I personally purchased were a poor fit and the material, supposedly pure cotton, felt nearer to polyester - perhaps it was a dressing on the cotton. Still, I regretted spending hard earned money on shirts that I assumed (because of the name - I was fooled, too) were going to be of similar quality to those you can buy in Jermyn Street. M&S make far better shirts and often at a far better price. Savile Row are at the Tesco / Primark end of the spectrum for quality with shirts, I think (if that is not too insulting to Tesco / Primark).
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text