About Barbour Two-Pocket Cotton Shirt - Button Front, Long Sleeve (For Women)
Closeouts. All styles and colors of this fine Barbour cotton shirt have long sleeves and two pockets. Be sure to click on all the swatches to find your favorite print or plaid to fill out your casual collection.
Specs about Barbour Two-Pocket Cotton Shirt - Button Front, Long Sleeve (For Women)
- Long sleeves
- Length: 28" (based on size 10)
- Fabric: 100% cotton
- Care: Machine wash
- Made in Portugal , Bulgaria
- US shipments only
General Women's Size Chart
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Country Girl from IL on Thursday, December 15, 2016Beautiful shirt and well made, but runs really small. Very slim cut. Had to send back.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pixille from Florida on Tuesday, August 9, 2016I really am glad that I purchased this shirt. It feels almost like a sized flannel & is super comfortable. The plaid is beautiful & reminiscent of autumn colors. The cut is flattering, I just wish I could shrink my arms by 1/2. I'm 5'7", 125#, tall with long arms & legs. However, the sleeves aren't noticeably short and I plan to fully enjoy this beautiful shirt.
Reviewed by Kay from South Carolina on Tuesday, June 21, 2016I got this shirt in the Classic Tartan Plaid, Cindall, Slim Fit (05). I normally wear a size 4 / S in U.S. shirts, and the size 10 fits well. The fabric is beautiful, as is the pattern. The slim fit allows the shirt to be gracefully tucked in to trousers, without the excess fabric bunching that can look unflattering with a more generous cut shirt. The only reason I don't give this five stars is that the blouse tends to spread apart at the chest, creating a "peek-a-boo" window that makes an undershirt advisable/necessary. It's an odd phenomenon, as the blouse fits perfectly in every other way, but it seems as though the underarms are sewn in just a little too tightly, as the blouse does not have this problem until the arms are in motion. Sizing up would probably address the issue, though the blouse would then lose a bit of its "slim" style, which is a big part of its appeal.
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