hoppy08520 wrote:I hate to bring this up, but:
Formaldehyde in Wrinkle-Free Clothes May Pose Skin Risks - NYTimes.com.
WhiskeyJ wrote:Can anyone comment on the BrooksCool vs. the regular Supima? Which do you prefer and why?
AgentJones wrote:Brooks Brothers non-iron shirts are fantastic and can be had for ~$40 during their semi-annual sales. I also seem to remember reading somewhere that JC Penney uses the same technology in some of their shirts.
livesoft wrote:Tell me about shirt "styles" please. Is it about the collar? I have been complimented many times on my shirts, but no one has ever mentioned "style".
Rodc wrote:Might be my technique, or I'm just picky, or maybe I need the BB shirts, but even following all the standard advice on laundering "wrinkle free" I have never found shirts or pants to really be wrinkle free. Low wrinkle easy iron seems to be a more honest description (which is what they used to be called). Ok without ironing for casual wear, but if you really want to look sharp you still need to iron. But the treated shirts iron very easily.
Rodc wrote:I'll have to give the BB a try. Last couple of years I have been buying JAB. I like the slim cut ones, and I like that I can get a real 32 inch sleeve. Department store brands almost always come 32/33 which is just a little long.
livesoft wrote:Rodc wrote:I'll have to give the BB a try. Last couple of years I have been buying JAB. I like the slim cut ones, and I like that I can get a real 32 inch sleeve. Department store brands almost always come 32/33 which is just a little long.
BB slim-fit shirts that I have come in 32/33 and not 32. I think a 32/33 sleeve is essentially a 33 sleeve which is what I need.