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- Looking for something to really set off your new look? See that RVCA™ shirt over there? That'll do. Yes, that'll do nicely.
- Cotton-poly fabric blend will have you feeling like the head honcho all day long.
- Button-down collar.
- Full button-up front closure.
- Short sleeves.
- Patch pocket at left chest.
- RVCA label at pocket.
- Shirttail hem.
- 60% cotton, 40% polyester.
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
- Length: 31 in
- Chest Measurement: 42 in
- Product measurements were taken using size LG. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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RVCA That'll Do Oxford S/S Woven
I ordered Red Grease color. Since I'm a slim guy and all muscle and bone, I normally order a small size shirt. I took a chance and ordered x-small. This shirt fits me perfectly. The fit and cut are exceptional over other shirts I have bought in the past. I wore this shirt to a formal last week with black tie, black pants and navy blue blazer. Everyone complimented me how nice my outfit looked. The shirt really contrasts nicely with dark blue and black. It also looks nice worn business casual, as the sleeve length allows for my abs to show just enough. RVCA should consider manufacturing this style in more colors. The only complaint I have is the top collar button is sewed on loosely and will probably need reinforcing with some more thread.
I'd also recommend: Volcom
- Anonymous - customer
- March 11, 2013
All three shirts are too tight by varying degrees IMO - particularly across the shoulders and chest. The hazel shirt worn by Colin is nice overall, but the sleeves (although a good length on the arms) sit rather awkwardly at the shoulders. The shoulder span should be a little wider. The fit is neat around the torso, but that aspect works quite well for the style of shirt. The color is not too bad, but more contrast might be better - the color base seems to match that of the skin, except lighter. Dark skin is often rich in color, so it's best highlighted by contrast colors IMO. (2.5 stars - fit is important in every aspect). The white shirt (also worn by Colin) is too tight IMO - the whole upper body area is wrong, especially when viewed from the front. The chest area is too tight, the shoulder span is too narrow for the type of body build while the sleeves are too short - all this results in a top heavy look (front view) where the horizontal aspect is given too much emphasis as opposed to the vertical. The fit around the lower torso is fine while the shirt appears to be of good length. However, more material is required across the chest and shoulders so that the shoulder span is widened adequately - this in turn might render the sleeves sufficient in length as they'd start further out. The white color appears rather strong on Colin, so stripes would probably be of benefit (1.5 stars - shirt is too tight). The shirt worn by Nick is also a little tight across the top - the shoulder span should be a tiny bit wider IMO. Good fit elsewhere, though the little bit of extra slack across the chest and shoulders would drop the sleeves down the arms a little - however, 0.25" in extra length wouldn't do any harm IMO and I can't see it being much more than that. The color is good though - yes, it's blue, but far enough away from the uniform style sky blue. (2.5 stars - again, all aspects of the fit is important). I know I'm very particular about how mens clothing should fit, but that's just me...
- ManUp - customer
- January 27, 2013