Slim Fit Bib-Front Spread Collar Formal Tuxedo Shirt

$ 135.00

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Slim Fit Bib-Front Spread Collar Formal Tuxedo Shirt

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Item# 375Q

$ 135.00

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Tailored in pure 100s 2-ply cotton broadcloth with French cuffs and a removable mother-of-pearl button strip. Machine wash. Imported. Cuff links anc studs not included. Also available in Regular fit.

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Tailored in pure 100s 2-ply cotton broadcloth with French cuffs and a removable mother-of-pearl button strip. Machine wash. Imported. Cuff links anc studs not included. Also available in Regular fit.

Item# 375Q
 
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stunning Crisp, clean, and elegant, exactly what you are looking for formal events. Proportions are spot on and only wish they offered an extra slim for us more trim youthful folk but regardless one the best investments I've made this year. My new go to shirt for black tie. Note: When I first purchased this shirt I overlooked the fact it was back ordered and distressed to think that I wouldn't have it on time for a ball/black tie event. So I gave customer service a jingle and they found a store with it in stock, manager personally called me and had it shipped off right away. Amazing. June 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Shirt I'm not sure why the other reviews are so low. This is a great shirt. If you normally wear slim fit luxury shirts from Brooks Brothers, then this is an excellent tuxedo shirt. I tried it on at the store with my tux, and it was perfect. Don't blame the style/cut unless it's the style/cut that looks good on you and fits. Otherwise, the fabric is great - nice and light for my summer wedding and the bib has a soft texture, which I like more than the pleated fronts on the other tuxedo shirts. The sizes are also very true to fit. Get out a measuring tape if you're not sure. June 29, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 It's ok So, one review said that the shirt was too short than expected, and the other that it was too large. In my case it was a happy medium. I normally wear 15.5/32-33, I ordered a 16/33 and it fit perfectly. So, I would reccomend to go a bit higher on the neck and the higher end of the sleeve. It is not as "slim" as other slim shirts are but it doesn't really matter if you're wearing a cummerbund or vest. Overall, I liked it. April 21, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Looking Tuxedo Shirt This tuxedo shirt has a beautiful understated texture to it that isn't too showy, but really distinguishes it from other formal shirts. For a slim fit, it still has a bit too much "extra" material through the torso, but it's still a reasonable reduction from a traditional fit. Certainly worth the price. September 15, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic Shirt! This is a fantastic shirt for any black tie occasion. The slim fit was large on me, I'm 6'2" / 177lbs. and it was still blousy (normal for Brooks shirts). I had my tailor take the shirt in from the back and it fit like a glove. The sleeves were perfect and did not need altering in length or under the arms. I paired it with the Brooks Brothers "Pique Self-Tie Bow Tie" for my wedding. The bibbing adds a touch of extra formalness to the shirt and looks great with a black tuxedo (tails or no tails). The collar looks perfect with a bow tie or neck tie for any evening event! July 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect Shirt for a Perfect Wedding I was the best man and needed a formal tuxedo shirt. The slim fit, bib-front was perfect. It looked great. During the ceremony when it was quite hot - the bib was just the right thickness so that it stayed looking great and did not feel too rigid. September 21, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Terrible shirt1 Don't buy this shirt. The size is smaller than normal and it's a very rough fit! I wear Brooks Brothers slim shirts all the time, and the neck size on this shirt is smaller than the other shirts and so is the sleeve. I just spend a lot of money on a shirt and kind of disappointed. January 21, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Slim Fit Bib-Front Spread Collar I ordered this shirt for my wedding. After a few issues with delivery, the shirt arrived and it was perfect. It wore well all night and the sleeve length was wonderful. October 17, 2011
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2 years, 8 months ago
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It really depends on the specification of your tuxedo jacket. You should wear a cummerbund if your jacket features shawl lapel, but a waistcoat if your jacket has peak lapels.
1 year, 3 months ago
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A cummerbund provides an elegant and classic transition from the shirt to pants. It also has the effect of trimming your wise-line, aka no shirt balloon, and draws the eye upward giving a well structured and elongated figure. Finally when you have your jacket one buttoned as it should be, it hides the white of the shirt that would normally show through the unbuttoned bottom half.

So no you do have to but I would highly recommend it.

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1 year, 10 months ago
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Either a cummerbund or a vest matching the tie fabric.
2 years, 4 months ago
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Answer: 
Hello Boz 1200,

Traditionally, cummerbund is worn with a tuxedo shirt. However, another option is wearing a vest.

Have a great day!
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No, they are removable mother of pearl buttons (they detach in the back). The studs you need to purchase extra.
2 years, 9 months ago
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2 years, 10 months ago
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It appears from the description that this shirt can go both ways. It has button strip to cover the four stud holes if you want a full button front. If you want traditional studs, the collar has a button, then four stud holes are opened by removing the button strip, then moving down again to buttons from the waist to the shirt tail.
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This shirt has a removable mother of pearl button strip.
2 years, 11 months ago
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I am looking for a slim fit non iron tuxedo shirt. Does Brooks Brothers offer this? If not, I hope you will add this to your collection.
2 years, 5 months ago
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Yes, Brooks Brothers has a non iron tuxedo shirt. My husband has two and likes them very much. I think they are about the only company who has such an item. I was glad to get it since my husband is in the habit of letting me know he needs a clean tux shirt when it is too late to get it professionally laundered. This comes out of the dryer looking pristine.
1 year, 8 months ago
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No. Tuxedo shirts are meant to be neatly pressed. A non-iron formal shirt is an oxymoron.
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Hello,

We do not have non-iron tuxedo shirts. However, our Made to Measure program can meet your request. I have attached a link that will explain the program and process.

Thank you for contacting us.

Have a great day!

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/selec...#
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1 year, 11 months ago
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Depends on your definition of skinny. I wore a midnight/dark navy blue tie that was skinny 2.25 inches and it looked amazing. Complements all night. Just make sure the tie is thick enough that it makes a decent knot that will be in proper proportion for the collar.

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1 year, 10 months ago
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Answer: 
A bowtie and cummerbund are the traditional accessories to wear with this shirt. However, style is a personal preference.
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English spread. London (aka "point") collars don't work for tuxedos as they break up the clean triangle formed by the bowtie and jacket lapels.
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I just wore this shirt for my wedding and would have to say it's more of a Londoner, though it's VERY hard to tell the difference. It has an elegant wide spread without being to flashy for a formal tuxedo shirt.
2 years, 9 months ago
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This is English spread collar.
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Below the waistline.
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The bib extends to the 6th button, which takes it below the waistline. Buttons 5 and 6 are not removable.
2 years, 2 months ago
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I see that it is picture with studs, so I assume the shirt pictured has already had the strip removed? I also assume that the removal of such a strip is one that might require the work of a tailor?
1 year, 10 months ago
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No, the strip just unbuttons.
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Not at all. The mother of pearl "strip" is buttons affixed to fabric and comes off as one piece so you can choose either the pearl or your own studs. No tailor required.

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Hello, thank you for your inquiry. We are pleased to inform you that we do indeed offer a version of the Slim Fit Bib-Front Spread Collar Formal Tuxedo Shirt that is made in America as part of our Made To Measure program. Below is a link of participating locations. For more information, please feel free to speak with a representative in our Customer Service team, the number for which is listed below.

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/mtm-a...

You may call 800.274.1815 for prompt service.

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