Sunday, 2 November 2014

Quality is something that I have to have in every item of clothing now. I spent years putting a bargain over quality, but realised that although I wasn't spending much, the clothes I wore didn't last me nearly as long as I wanted. So when given the chance to own my first T.M.Lewin shirt, I wasn't going to turn it down. Add this to the recent death of my favourite white Oxford (Pictured below), and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to go for a shirt from the T.M.Lewin casual selection.

What I have found is that it is not a casual shirt; it is a smart shirt without a stiff collar. At first I was slightly disappointed by that, but I then realised that I should have been expected exactly that from T.M.Lewin. In fact, T.M.Lewin has made the perfect smart casual shirt and that's what I love about it.

For £34.95, you can get a shirt that you could wear to work, to a meal or down the pub. I've worn it to the 40th anniversary for Feathers London on Hans Crescent (below) with a blazer, and I've worn it walking around Winchester in a biker jacket. This isn't a casual shirt, it's the most universal and versatile shirt I have ever owned.

Cheers guys,

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