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This is my first post so please be gentle. I did not see it listed anywhere else.

Special offer 100% cotton pinpoint oxford shirts for $19.99 with free monograming (normally $8.50 extra)
white shirts only
6 different collar choices
button or french cuff.


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Thanks OP. Good deal-I ordered three.

Dang - I must be tired, read "free mamogram."

I was thinking to myself.. that would be an odd gift for my girlfriend.

Freddingo said: [Q]Dang - I must be tired, read "free mamogram."

I was thinking to myself.. that would be an odd gift for my girlfriend.

Free mamogram as a gift...lol, but glad you aren't my boyfriend!

I don't mean to threadcrap - but I have ordered from Paul Frederick on this type of special before, and I found the quality of the shirt to be rather poor. The shirts are very thin, and require a lot of ironing after a wash. Even then, upon wearing the shirt for only a brief time, the shirt will wrinkle heavily.

After my purchase, I did not wear these shirts much, if at all, because the maintenance was just not worth the time and energy. One may be better off running to a discount store (thinking TJ Maxx or Marshalls) and finding high quality fabrics for the same, or lower, prices. They certainly cannot cause as many wrinkles (that'd be nearly impossible).

That said, thanks OP - always appreciate ones' effort on here. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0>

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I have about 20 of these shirts and I love them. I have my shirts drycleaned and I have not experienced the problem with wrinkles that others have. They seem to wrinkle about as much as other 100% cotton shirts. I have my shirts lightly starched at the cleaners and my shirts are all french cuffed.

beautiful, I needed shirts, thanks OP!

DOnt't forget FatCash 7%!!!!!

thejuice said: [Q]I don't mean to threadcrap - but I have ordered from Paul Frederick on this type of special before, and I found the quality of the shirt to be rather poor. The shirts are very thin, and require a lot of ironing after a wash. Even then, upon wearing the shirt for only a brief time, the shirt will wrinkle heavily.

After my purchase, I did not wear these shirts much, if at all, because the maintenance was just not worth the time and energy. One may be better off running to a discount store (thinking TJ Maxx or Marshalls) and finding high quality fabrics for the same, or lower, prices. They certainly cannot cause as many wrinkles (that'd be nearly impossible).

That said, thanks OP - always appreciate ones' effort on here. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0>

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My experience w their shirts is similar. However, I responded to one of their customer satisfaction surveys w this statement and they offered to replace all of my PF shirts w any other of their shirts I might prefer (thicker fabric?). I've yet to take them up on this offer - but it is excellent customer service.



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