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Viyella Multi-Check Sport Shirt - Cotton-Wool, Long Sleeve (For Men)

Closeouts. Now in their second exceptional century of business, Viyella shirts are legendary for their soft, dress-weight fabric that blends long-staple cotton and fine merino wool in just the right amounts to produce lightness, warmth and durability.

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  • Reviewed by Robert from Brisbane, Australia on Tuesday, May 20, 2014
    I ordered two of these 80% cotton 20% wool viyella shirts (including this one), and I think they're great! They're well made (in Canada), I find the sizing to be correct and they're very comfortable (ie. a regular fit with a bit of room to move, not 'slim fit' affairs). They differ slightly from the English Tattersall pattern versions (which I inherited from my father), but these are way more my style. I haven't had the shirts long enough to say how they wear over time, but my guess is they will maybe fade slightly and age graciously. I'll wear them with jeans on a cooler day in what counts for winter in this part of the world, but they could also be worn with a jacket and tie if you wanted. I'm so Impressed I'm thinking seriously about getting two more! I hope the manufacturer keeps making them.

    PS - these shirts are 100% free of annoying logos. They speak for themselves.
  • Reviewed by Andy from Vero Beach on Thursday, February 13, 2014
    I love Viyella and it launders and fits great. STP has it at a great price.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ninobear from Heber City Utah 84032 on Tuesday, February 12, 2013
    I bought these shirts because of their name and reputation both of which I know well. I would use them for smart casual wear.
    The price was certainly attractive and on line the shirts looked very appealing. Well made products but missing the classic Englishness which I was looking for and is one of their most attractive features. The 80/20 cotton/wool blend is highly sought after.
    I had to return these shirts which initially I was delighted to find available. The main criticisms were the patterns and the colours. Made in Canada and obviously destined for the US market Viyella is a famous UK mark and I would pay more for garments of genuine UK origin. A little disappointed I have to say.
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