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TM Lewin - 5 Shirts Delivered for £81 Mix & match across all shirts

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neversay29/06/2019 22:41

I'd be grateful for advice on where to buy quality non-iron shirts these …I'd be grateful for advice on where to buy quality non-iron shirts these days. Any tips?


I buy mine from Charles tyrwhitt or banana Republic. The CT fit me very well and tend to have good deals that you can buy 5 non iron shirts for about 100. Their non iron coating is less strong weaved compared to banana Republic but banana has lately removed all numbered shirts and has gone with medium, large etc and are more pricey and harder to get in the UK. The banana come out without any wrinkles whatsoever from the wash.

Our "secret is" wash at lower spin rpm to reduce wrinkles. I hung them in hangers and let them air dry close to the heater in the winter. (the rest of the clothes go to our heat pump dryer)
When you travel, fold them nice or buy an in suitcase shirt folder, take them out as soon as you arrive. If they have some wrinkles take them in the shower with you and most wrinkles will disappear! If not a quick pass with the iron will suffice.

I wear shirts everyday to work and travel every 2 weeks. (I don't wear suits, so my wrinkle standards are perhaps lower.)

Hope this helps...
Edited by: "theprofinuk" 30th Jun
15% with code ACCA - you don't even need to be an Accountant ;-)
BertieWusster29/06/2019 17:41

Got to say that the last shirts I got from TM Lewin were really thin and …Got to say that the last shirts I got from TM Lewin were really thin and poor quality. Creased like mad in the wash and a mare to iron. Whether it was because they were Chinese, I dont know. Sorry, cold from me.


I’d have to agree I’ve had numerous shirts from t m Lewin over the years all last pretty well except the last 2 or 3 which were thin and poor quality as you have stated. Will stick with my Charles Tyrwhitt shirts which have maintained their quality.
Hawes curtis shirts for me, great quality. Wash well and great fit
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Got to say that the last shirts I got from TM Lewin were really thin and poor quality. Creased like mad in the wash and a mare to iron. Whether it was because they were Chinese, I dont know. Sorry, cold from me.
BertieWusster29/06/2019 17:41

Got to say that the last shirts I got from TM Lewin were really thin and …Got to say that the last shirts I got from TM Lewin were really thin and poor quality. Creased like mad in the wash and a mare to iron. Whether it was because they were Chinese, I dont know. Sorry, cold from me.


I’d have to agree I’ve had numerous shirts from t m Lewin over the years all last pretty well except the last 2 or 3 which were thin and poor quality as you have stated. Will stick with my Charles Tyrwhitt shirts which have maintained their quality.
Hawes curtis shirts for me, great quality. Wash well and great fit
15% with code ACCA - you don't even need to be an Accountant ;-)
SirSpanky29/06/2019 19:06

15% with code ACCA - you don't even need to be an Accountant ;-)


I got 10% off not 15% with that code but thanks!
Edited by: "robgall13" 29th Jun
Decent price but these end up wear once wash realise they are horrendous to iron to any kind of acceptable state and simply don’t get worn again
Also found T M Lewin shirts to be sub par as of late.
jona7729/06/2019 17:44

I’d have to agree I’ve had numerous shirts from t m Lewin over the years al …I’d have to agree I’ve had numerous shirts from t m Lewin over the years all last pretty well except the last 2 or 3 which were thin and poor quality as you have stated. Will stick with my Charles Tyrwhitt shirts which have maintained their quality.


Agreed, their quality has gone downhill.
Glad I bulk bought loads of their non iron shirts over last 12 months in that case....that's really disappointing to hear re. Quality going downhill. I felt guilty for buying so many, but not now! How long ago did they go down hill?
Bought one last month. Not good quality, material still feels good but it is non iron and wrinkles like a normal shirt.

Had got a couple from Uniqlo for 12.5 each (25 normal, was 50% off) - much better quality.
I'd be grateful for advice on where to buy quality non-iron shirts these days. Any tips?
Never let down by shirts from man on horse, a bit pricey but they go the distance.
neversay29/06/2019 22:41

I'd be grateful for advice on where to buy quality non-iron shirts these …I'd be grateful for advice on where to buy quality non-iron shirts these days. Any tips?


I buy mine from Charles tyrwhitt or banana Republic. The CT fit me very well and tend to have good deals that you can buy 5 non iron shirts for about 100. Their non iron coating is less strong weaved compared to banana Republic but banana has lately removed all numbered shirts and has gone with medium, large etc and are more pricey and harder to get in the UK. The banana come out without any wrinkles whatsoever from the wash.

Our "secret is" wash at lower spin rpm to reduce wrinkles. I hung them in hangers and let them air dry close to the heater in the winter. (the rest of the clothes go to our heat pump dryer)
When you travel, fold them nice or buy an in suitcase shirt folder, take them out as soon as you arrive. If they have some wrinkles take them in the shower with you and most wrinkles will disappear! If not a quick pass with the iron will suffice.

I wear shirts everyday to work and travel every 2 weeks. (I don't wear suits, so my wrinkle standards are perhaps lower.)

Hope this helps...
Edited by: "theprofinuk" 30th Jun
@theprofinuk - thanks for taking the time to write such a helpful response. I will follow your advice.
Good deal OP, however I have to say they are now awful quality, I sent two back and they lost them at their warehouse and only refunded me for one, rubbish customer service too. Go straight to Banana Republic, they last for years and fit excellently, they are a tad longer so when you get up from sitting down they do not untuck, perfect.
Tm Lewin terrible quality compared to CT. I got this deal last time around and ended up returning them all to store (refund took 2 weeks) because the quality was like primark, so thin you could spit through them...
SirSpanky29/06/2019 19:06

15% with code ACCA - you don't even need to be an Accountant ;-)


You mean using the code is about as accurate a description of your status as an accountant as most audits are of the health of the company?!

Who'd have thunk it!

Although with that moniker I think you probably are an accountant.
I recently bought a load of slim fit shirts. They are great except the arms are huge... I'm sure they use the same arm diameter on all of their shirts.

Also, I think it's £4.95 delivery on these. In the UK delivery options it lists international delivery free over £200 (despite there also being a 2nd section for international delivery). Made my order £204 and still got charged... they said there is not free delivery to the UK regardless of spend.

Won't be using them again, shame as the shirts seem good quality
So glad i read the thread
I was just about to waste 90quid. Really need some.new shirts
You can buy 15 new shirts for this price
Vomit29/06/2019 19:49

Also found T M Lewin shirts to be sub par as of late.


+1. Every pair I've had has gone through in the elbow. I'd put Tyrwhitt, lewin and hawes and Curtis to be the same. I wouldnt be surprised if they were all made in the same factory.

At least tyrwhitt offer a 6 month guarantee on their shirts. I've had to use the guarantee on every shirt I've ever bought from them!

To be honest sainsburys, matalan etc make decent shirts now if you are looking at the more expensive formal shirts they sell (15-20 Quid). Double cuffs, collar stays the works.
Edited by: "Regprentice" 30th Jun
Regprentice30/06/2019 12:53

+1. Every pair I've had has gone through in the elbow. I'd put Tyrwhitt, …+1. Every pair I've had has gone through in the elbow. I'd put Tyrwhitt, lewin and hawes and Curtis to be the same. I wouldnt be surprised if they were all made in the same factory. At least tyrwhitt offer a 6 month guarantee on their shirts. I've had to use the guarantee on every shirt I've ever bought from them! To be honest sainsburys, matalan etc make decent shirts now if you are looking at the more expensive formal shirts they sell (15-20 Quid). Double cuffs, collar stays the works.


I've never had a problem with CT shirts. I have around 20 so that helps prevent them getting too much stick. The only time I had to complain was when a shirt arrived with a slightly faulty collar - I emailed CT with a photo of the fault and they sent a replacement out without a problem. They didn't even want the faulty one back (which I ended up wearing as it wasn't that bad!)
Regprentice30/06/2019 12:53

+1. Every pair I've had has gone through in the elbow. I'd put Tyrwhitt, …+1. Every pair I've had has gone through in the elbow. I'd put Tyrwhitt, lewin and hawes and Curtis to be the same. I wouldnt be surprised if they were all made in the same factory. At least tyrwhitt offer a 6 month guarantee on their shirts. I've had to use the guarantee on every shirt I've ever bought from them! To be honest sainsburys, matalan etc make decent shirts now if you are looking at the more expensive formal shirts they sell (15-20 Quid). Double cuffs, collar stays the works.


I'm slumming it with M&S multipack shirts. My previous white ones are less white now but lasted possibly 5 years already, hoping the new ones do the same.
Usually, when such offers are on, there isn't much choice for slim fit with extra long (38 inch) sleeve. Still quite a few options this time. Thanks, OP, bought some! ACCA code worked for me too.
BertieWusster29/06/2019 17:41

Got to say that the last shirts I got from TM Lewin were really thin and …Got to say that the last shirts I got from TM Lewin were really thin and poor quality. Creased like mad in the wash and a mare to iron. Whether it was because they were Chinese, I dont know. Sorry, cold from me.


Same here.
I felt tm lewin shirt quality is good but wrinkle free is joke.

charles tyrwhitt is poor in shirt quality and wrinkle too often. Felt next shirts are better
TM Lewin not what it used to be. Personally I'd go for Hawes and Curtis, the quality is better and they also have a sale now and you can combine it with codes + 10% through Amex.
theprofinuk29/06/2019 23:58

I buy mine from Charles tyrwhitt or banana Republic. The CT fit me very …I buy mine from Charles tyrwhitt or banana Republic. The CT fit me very well and tend to have good deals that you can buy 5 non iron shirts for about 100. Their non iron coating is less strong weaved compared to banana Republic but banana has lately removed all numbered shirts and has gone with medium, large etc and are more pricey and harder to get in the UK. The banana come out without any wrinkles whatsoever from the wash. Our "secret is" wash at lower spin rpm to reduce wrinkles. I hung them in hangers and let them air dry close to the heater in the winter. (the rest of the clothes go to our heat pump dryer) When you travel, fold them nice or buy an in suitcase shirt folder, take them out as soon as you arrive. If they have some wrinkles take them in the shower with you and most wrinkles will disappear! If not a quick pass with the iron will suffice. I wear shirts everyday to work and travel every 2 weeks. (I don't wear suits, so my wrinkle standards are perhaps lower.) Hope this helps...


I have CT shirts are TM Lewin better? Any CT discounts available?
personally all these shirts are not that amazing CL, CT,TP etc, I find M&S have been just a good if not better and i've bought em all
I have bought my shirts from TM Lewin for many years because of their comfirt, style and fit.
However, now i am in my 50s and getting a little bit podgy i have to say you guys are no longer relevant unless your cut changes.
chelmsfordman29/06/2019 19:39

Decent price but these end up wear once wash realise they are horrendous …Decent price but these end up wear once wash realise they are horrendous to iron to any kind of acceptable state and simply don’t get worn again


The non-iron ones are actually pretty good and remain soft. The rest are like wearing a plastic bag and just don’t iron well at all.
Naith30/06/2019 13:08

I've never had a problem with CT shirts. I have around 20 so that helps …I've never had a problem with CT shirts. I have around 20 so that helps prevent them getting too much stick. The only time I had to complain was when a shirt arrived with a slightly faulty collar - I emailed CT with a photo of the fault and they sent a replacement out without a problem. They didn't even want the faulty one back (which I ended up wearing as it wasn't that bad!)


Any chance you can share that photo?
I recently shopped for a decent fitted shirt from every shirt maker on the High Street (Trust me when I say every). TM Lewin were by the the best fit and value.

But in all fairness I guess it depends on your body shape. I am a regular gym goer and above average build. So for me TMs shirts fit me perfectly.
Edited by: "waxsta" 30th Jun
shamhaque30/06/2019 23:33

Any chance you can share that photo?


Sorry but I'm afraid it was around 4 years ago!
trojanh30/06/2019 17:56

I have CT shirts are TM Lewin better? Any CT discounts available?


I think there's still a code which brings CT shirts down to less than 20 quid delivered...
Hey everyone, can anyone recommend some decent shirts and trousers for a new job I will be starting, I did read the comments and the general consensus was tm lewin is not as good as it used to be, I did look at hawes and Curtis which people recommend but they only seem to offer standard sleeve lengths, was looking for a 16 collar slim fit with a 33 sleeve but hawes and Curtis only offer 34 as minimum.
apple.picker01/07/2019 08:30

Hey everyone, can anyone recommend some decent shirts and trousers for a …Hey everyone, can anyone recommend some decent shirts and trousers for a new job I will be starting, I did read the comments and the general consensus was tm lewin is not as good as it used to be, I did look at hawes and Curtis which people recommend but they only seem to offer standard sleeve lengths, was looking for a 16 collar slim fit with a 33 sleeve but hawes and Curtis only offer 34 as minimum.


Go to your local M&S, they always have a good selection of quality shirts at decent prices.
jona7729/06/2019 17:44

I’d have to agree I’ve had numerous shirts from t m Lewin over the years al …I’d have to agree I’ve had numerous shirts from t m Lewin over the years all last pretty well except the last 2 or 3 which were thin and poor quality as you have stated. Will stick with my Charles Tyrwhitt shirts which have maintained their quality.



where are CT's made?
Regprentice30/06/2019 12:53

+1. Every pair I've had has gone through in the elbow. I'd put Tyrwhitt, …+1. Every pair I've had has gone through in the elbow. I'd put Tyrwhitt, lewin and hawes and Curtis to be the same. I wouldnt be surprised if they were all made in the same factory. At least tyrwhitt offer a 6 month guarantee on their shirts. I've had to use the guarantee on every shirt I've ever bought from them! To be honest sainsburys, matalan etc make decent shirts now if you are looking at the more expensive formal shirts they sell (15-20 Quid). Double cuffs, collar stays the works.


Strangely enough that’s where all my TM Lewin shirts failed...on the elbow! Used to suddenly tear like paper after little use!!
jona7701/07/2019 10:50

Honestly nowadays I’m not sure!



Might be my imagination, but I think they're also made in China. Not that Chinese products aren't of high quality, just the mark ups are huge for us.
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