Great Dressy Casual Shirt
Beautifully woven design with nice blend of colors which go well with blue jeans, taupe or greenish pants. The small is a nice tapered fit (I usually wear medium) since the shirt is cut full, and worn outside the pants with its straight bottom. Very easy maintenance--washes well and does not show stains because of the design! Great casual shirt with a dressy touch in the design.
Santa Fe NM
Nice casual shirt
Well made, subtle and fits very well. Recommended.
Very Nice Henley!
I really like henleys and this one is perfection. The colors are slightly washed and muted but that just adds to it's relaxed feel. I love to come home from a long day of work and throw it on with a pair of jeans. This is another TA hit and will keep me coming back for more.
This shirt matches my individual style. I have an affinity for the Henley style of shirts and the unique coloring on this one is a fit for me. I am an avid motorcyclist and my MC jacket has a mandrin collar which the henley fits perfectly with. I am looking forward to this great ""Road"" shirt.
Overall the shirt is fine. Its plusses are that it is very comfortable, a nice shirt to do yard work in. The quality is fine. My greatest disappointment is in the color. While online the shirt is labelled as ""grape"" and looks a shade of purple, in actuality its more of a gray. I would have sent it back, but like I said its otherwise fine and wasn't worth the trouble of returning.
I've worn henley pull-overs before, but have always been reluctant to entertain a shirt. I elected to step out of the box, and I'm glad I did. It is the most comfortable shirt I own. It's loose, and breathes well but doesn't appear baggy. Since I sport a thin, wirey frame, that frequently happens. The primary color, (grape?), is subtle & muted. The fabric is durable and the print is consistent. The sleeves are a little short, but I've worn them rolled up at 3/4 length so that is not a problem. It goes great with the Calamity Creek or the California Two-step sports coat. I'll give another TTA henley a shot in the future