Pronto Uomo French Blue Modern Fit Dress Shirt

Pronto Uomo French Blue Modern Fit Dress Shirt

Pronto Uomo French Blue Modern Fit Dress Shirt




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Description & Features

Made of soft, non-iron cotton, this spread-collar dress shirt has a modern fit and non-breakable buttons.

  • Non-iron
  • 80's 2-ply cotton
  • Spread collar
  • Non-breakable buttons
  • Modern Fit
  • Imported
  • Machine Washable
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Pronto Uomo French Blue Modern Fit Dress Shirt is rated 4.4706 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice shirt. Fabric is soft and stays cool, even in 90+ temps here in the south east. Fits great and not that goofy stretch material, just 100% cotton. Modern fit from Pronto is the way to go. No binding or pulling. I'm wear a 36/37 sleeve, so finding this with long enough tails to stay tucked in was great. Color pops especially with a light grey suit.
Date published: 2014-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Quality This shirt has beautiful color and feel. The material used in their shirts is second to none.
Date published: 2014-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It fits, it's green. The modern fit of this brand is just right. I am fit but I am not 17 year old boy with zero body fat. Slim shirts sometimes are a little too narrow at the mid section. This brand is just right for me.
Date published: 2014-06-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from a little disappointed these shirts are made of nice material that seems like it will hold up over time and the sizing seems accurate, but they're not well-constructed. i can't wear them buttoned all the way up without a tie because when buttoned to the top they bulge outward between the top and second buttons. i first noticed this myself - and that it wasn't a one-off thing because it happens with all five or six of the shirts i bought at once - and then my girlfriend folded a couple of them and told me, "you know those dress shirts you bought? they're irregulars. when you fold a dress shirt (a certain way she folds them) it's supposed to lie flat, and these shirts don't." each of the shirts also has a very scratchy and annoying tag in the back that i've had to cut out, which seems very 20th-century to me...we really should have put scratchy shirt tags behind us (no pun intended) by now. when you cut out the annoying tags and either leave the top button(s) unbuttoned or put on a tie, these shirts are quite wearable and nice-looking, but i feel a dress shirt should offer the wearer more options than that.
Date published: 2014-05-25
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