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T.M. Lewin debuts shirts made from finest cotton quality
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Jun '14
T.M. Lewin shares the unique differences & specialties of its shirts as they are made from finest quality that keeps them looking better for longer.
 
A white shirt is one essential piece that compliments a whole host of different looks and is suitable for just about any occasion. Minimalism seems to be the key for the current season and the colour white has come back into the spotlight. Being subtle and a go-to colour choice, a crisp white shirt has cemented itself as every man's wardrobe essential.
 
At T.M. Lewin, there's no such thing as an ordinary white shirt. The difference between a good shirt and an impeccable one is all in the details.
 
The fabric - T.M. Lewin shirts are made from finest quality two-fold 100% cotton, created by twisting 2 yarns for extra strength and provide better color definition that keeps the shirt looking better for longer.
 
The Fit - The heritage brand offers 4 different fit options to choose from;
 
Regular Fit - The classic Jermyn Street shape, tailored for maximum comfort with a more generous cut across the chest and waist.
 
Slim Fit - The name refers to the shirt shape not your shape. Our Slim Fit gently tapers into the waist for a closer fit.
 
Fully fitted fit - Our most tailored fit, tapered in at the waist for a smart streamlined shape. Extra detailing and an easy-iron finish.
 
Super Fitted – Our tightest body fit in Limited Edition, reduced fabric around the torso and tapered waistline for an ultra sleek look.
 
The collar- T.M.Lewin shirts have non-fused collars so they retain the shape because they are sewn into the shirt, not glued. Available in 3 collar styles like Classic, Cut-away and Round (limited edition). 
 
The cuff - The brand offers single/barrel cuff and double/French cuff options.
 

TM Lewin

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