Closeouts. With a slightly faded finish for a casual, worn-in appeal, Martin Gordon's vintage cord shirt looks great with everything from jeans to khakis with its soft, pigment-dyed cotton corduroy and classic cut.
Reviewed by Mary M from Las Vegas on Wednesday, October 29, 2014
I purchased this as an oversize boyfriend's shirt to wear as a jacket. Could not be more pleased with the shirt. However, the sleeves are a bit shorter if you are a man purchasing it. I purchased several other men's shirts in the same size at the same time and this had the shortest sleeves of all. However, I still have to roll them up for me to wear it.
Reviewed by Coolteach from Cardiff, UK on Saturday, June 1, 2013
These shirts - I bought two, different colours, so I know this wasn't a one off - have an absolutely ghastly lining, so avoid completely if you have any wish to wear with sleeves rolled up or the neck open with more than one button. Second, they are very, very skimpy on material, so much so that I would advise anyone thinking of buying these shirts to consider at least two sizes larger than usual. Had I lived in the States, these would have been returned; as I don't and cannot be bothered with the fuss, I chucked them in the trash, where they belong.