comfy, but poor quality control
After only the second washing, one of the buttons is coming unthreaded and starting to fall off. I don't have the time to deal with returning the shirt or taking it somewhere to be sewn back on properly. After paying over 60 bucks for a shirt I need the buttons to stay on! I like the shirt otherwise, but the poor quality control is frustrating.
The Best Summer Fabric
Seriously, the best hot weather shirt I have ever owned, and perhaps the most comfortable fabric I have ever worn. It's going to need ironing, of course, but it's well worth it. Just ordered my third. Jim's review is right on - the weave is unique in the colors; I have a white one and the weave is not noticeable. Still, the white shirt is a blazing white. It screams summer, gin and tonics, Panama hats...striking. Forget all those wicking fabric athletic tees. Buy these shirts!
Love this Shirt
First an observation. The purple shirt is redder than the blue tone of the purple in the photo. Very good color nonetheless. An incredibly soft and comfortable shirt
I bought the shirt in dusty blue -medium. The shirt that arrived was far more interesting and stunning than the photo here suggests. Dressy yet casual with a great weave. The blue is perfect for khakis and sport jackets (of which the Island Mood Indigo and all seasons silk were excellent choices). The button detailing is far nicer than the photo suggests. The shirt needed serious pressing, as it arrived far too crumpled and creased to wear -- but once pressed was outstanding. I was at fist concerned by a strange pucker at the joint of the sleeves and shoulder, but the ironing resolved this on one side and made the other side less noticeable -- I expect I can deal with it. I thing the design is a good idea, and perhaps the original pressing needs to be changed to accommodate it. It may grown on me, or, perhaps this is an area for improvement. It's too soon for me to tell. The stitching is elegant, far better than what the picture led me to believe, but I found a place where the stitc