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This Is Best Cheap White Dress Shirt I’ve Ever Worn

It's only $26

Like any guy who works in an office, I wear a lot of white dress shirts. And like every guy who works in an office and wears a lot of white dress shirts, I’ve searched far and wide for that Goldilocks dress shirt: the one that’s cheap enough that I can buy five at a time but that isn’t cheap cheap; the one that can breathe and has some stretch but doesn’t feel like athletic wear; the one that, most importantly, fits well —  that has buttons that button comfortably, that tucks in with none of that muffin-top-y overflow, that’s trim but not slim and has sleeves that are snug-ish but allow my arm to bend easily. I wore many a terrible dress shirt, friends. But after years of struggling to find an affordable white dress shirt I finally found one that fits all my criteria: the ASOS Design Stretch Slim Formal Work Shirt in White.

As you can tell, I’m a little picky. So trust me when I tell you: the Design Stretch is the everyday dress shirt that gives me what I need. Made from a blend of cotton, polyester, and elastane, it’s light and breathable (you won’t overheated if you wear it under a sweater or jacket) with a slight stretch that offers a bit of forgiveness. It fits well, with the hem sitting a few inches below my belt-line and leaving room for mobility but not so much that it feels like it’s drowning me in fabric. The elbows are durable enough to survive weeks of rubbing against a desk and not wear down (office life, amirite?) and the fabric is such that folks likely won’t peep your nipples if you go undershirt-less (which, if you want to not sweat as much, you shouldn’t). Don’t let the “slim” in the title deter you: it’s more trim in that it sits close to the body in, as the site says, neatly (I think white dress shirts should be neat). Oh, and it’s only $26. That’s right: $26.

Some concessions: The Design Stretch Slim is a spread collar shirt, not a button down. So if you’re a button or bust kind of gu, it’s not for you. It also doesn’t have a pocket. Finally, it might not fit everyone. Sizing goes up to XXL and run slightly narrow. So if you’re a swole fella or a huskier gent you might be out of luck. I’m 6’3 and 200 pounds with an 18-inch neck and a size large fits me fine.

Fatherly IQ
  1. When shopping for toys, what's the most important quality you look for?
    That it's fun.
    That it is educational.
    That it will keep my child's attention.
    That it won't drive me insane.
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Speaking of fit: dress shirts are so specific. So, why, you ask do you think this will be right for someone who’s not you? Because I’ve recommended this shirt to dozens of men: Tall, short, stocky, string-bean-y, you name it and most of them have been satisfied with fit, feel, and features. Will it 100 percent be the shirt you need? I can’t say for sure. But at $26, it’s not hard to take a test drive.

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