The ultimate dress shirt is finally here! The triblend fabric is soft, light and has a hint of stretch for comfort. Plus it’s easy care- just machine wash cold and tumble dry low and it won’t shrink or wrinkle (remove promptly from dryer). You’re going to look and feel amazing in this shirt.
|Small||6’0″ – 6’4″||140 – 170|
|Medium||6’2″ – 6’6″||170 – 200|
|Large||6’4″ – 6’8″||200 – 240|
|X-Large||6’8″ – 7’0″||240 – 280|
The triblend fabric is soft, light and flexible so that it will drape well on a long, slender frame while giving you a nice, crisp look.
Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Promptly remove from dryer.
Please refer to this size chart for shirt dimensions and measurements. The length is measured from top to bottom. The chest is measured around the entire circumference of the chest. Sleeve is measured from center back of collar like dress shirts.
You never replaced my shirts
I bought two large shirts because your sizing guide said that they would fit someone of my size (6'5" and 240 lbs) however the shirts were fairly tight so I returned them expecting to receive the two shirts in the XL size and was never issued them. I am very disappointed as I did not even receive a refund of my money. I contacted you multiple time and nothing was resolved. I guess the shirts seemed nice though
I really like these shirts. Easy to take care of, looks great. I wish they had slightly nicer buttons. I’m 6’5 200lbs and a large is maybe slightly too big for me if I wanted a tailored fit but I like it and like having slightly too long sleeves for once instead of the other way around
Finally a dress shirt for tall, thin men!
The shirts are long enough in both the body and the sleeves to fit my 6'6" husband properly. The colors are deep and they wash up nicely without shrinking. Would definitely purchase again. Wish I'd found this website years ago!
I have tall, slim men in my family. Usually, buying XL and XXL shirts mean that the sleeves are long enough, but the body is far too big. Enter TallSlim and the fit was nearly perfect!
It's a shirt and it fits. I think you can still go by the "old" TST sizes for this one (used to be small = still wear small for this garment). They seem to have made the neck larger, which is very welcome for me - the old shirts I could barely button, these I can button comfortably. The collar is flimsy though and when unbuttoned I'm having trouble making it not flare open like I'm trying to show off my (nonexistent) chest or something. Shouldn't be a problem if you're going to always be wearing a tie with it or something I guess. It fits better out of the box, and it wrinkles WAY less than the old shirts (seriously the old shirts were like what if wrinkle + a shirt - this new shirt I can take out of the dryer and not iron), but the fabric is also much more sheer than the old shirts, which is a positive depending on your situation (much better in heat than the old shirts I'd bet), but I do worry about how quickly I am going to wear through the elbows e.g., whereas the old shirts I had to get tailored (but once they were tailored I could wear them as a casual untucked shirt, whereas these I do not think I could), and I had to iron them, and they were thick enough to be less than ideal in hot environments, but they also feel like they will last FOREVER because of that thickness, and I think there was something to be said for that. Not sure which I prefer. But these shirts do provide some very welcome benefits and are perhaps more ready-to-go out of the box.
Hey Charles! Thanks for the feedback! We have not changed our sizes but if you do need any help with the sizing, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!