My favorite dress shirts come from Charles Tyrwhitt and they are now having a fantastic end of the season sale with savings up to 70% off list prices. I generally can’t shop there since it is quite expensive, but when they have sales like this it is a great way to stock up on a few new items at a fraction of the cost. They have a great selection of both formal and casual attire as well as outerwear and accessories for both men and women.
The best part of shopping with Charles Tyrwhitt is their 3 month no questions asked guarantee. It doesn’t matter if you wear the clothes and wash them, you can return or exchange them within 3 months no questions asked. This is great because buying clothes online can be tricky when it comes to sizing. No worries here, if it doesn’t fit just send it back. When I first ordered dress shirts from here I needed some slight adjustments to sleeve length. I sent them back with instructions and they were promptly tailored and sent back all at no cost in a little over a week. Great service.
Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle
My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.
I've noticed that occasionally those shirts will also get marked down during a clearance sale, but I've found that finding your size can be very difficult when that happens as they sell out fast.
I am wondering how the sales work at Charles Tyrwhitt. I have my eye on a couple of shirts that are marked down to around $70, but I've noticed they go down as far as $35. Do shirts that have been marked down a little typically get marked down further? TIA.
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I don't own any Pink myself, but a co-worker wears some. As far as looks and feel of the fabric I don't think there is much difference. Stitching is superb with both.
From what I've read from others online they are very similar but the CT shirts may not be as slim fitting with the regular cut compared to TP.
And I doubt it matters much, but with CT you can get up to 180s as opposed to Pink's 170s. Anything over 100s feels fine to me so I don't usually bother for paying a premium for the super-fine.
Since the guarantee is so good, if you like Pink you can always give a CT shirt a try and if it doesn't have the same fit or quality you're looking for it is no problem to return it for a refund.
I can just never pass up the really big sales like this one. It is great when you can get a Jermyn Street shirt at the same price as a Stafford at JC Penny!
How do Tyrwhitt shirts compare with Thomas Pink? Both are Jermyn Street staples, so am curious (as I have some Pink shirts that I like a lot -- though equally expensive).