The family went to Somerset Mall one evening to wander; but that's a poor excuse to shop, isn't it?
As we passed Bachrach, menswear, I went back and entered. They were having a sale on mens' sportshirts. I did need a couple of newer shirts I could wear, besides all of my T shirts. My other dress shirts were few, and lacking respect.
After finding my right size and looking them over sufficiently, I choose two of the "Charles Check" lines of sportshirts. I liked the style and colors. Not only that, the sleeves were long enough, without riding up my arms when I reached up. The colors are available in brown, tan, red, light blue and charcoal.
Both of my new shirts are dry clean only, but sometimes it is worth the sacrifice to feel suave and sophisticated in a world, filled with generic menswear.
If you think a sport shirt, is just a sport shirt, then you haven't been out of Walmart for awhile. Nothing against these type of "Big Box" retailers, they have a place in our society, but they haven't cornered any market when it comes to high quality clothing.
I stand behind my purchase of quality sportshirts. The Charles Check line of mens apparel is a couple of notches above the rest. The shirts are very comfortable and wear extremely well. They are also enduring. I still have another sportshirt by them, I bought more then a couple of years ago, I still wear at least two times a month.
These shirts are all cottom, french cuff, tailored to look good on any man, wanting to hold is head above the crowd and make his clothing statement mean something.