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    With Spring in the air, I want to stock up on my work shirts. I don't want long sleeve and would prefer half sleeve as opposed to short sleeve - most of the formal shirt retailers such as TM Lewin, Charles Tyrwhitt, Hawes & Curtis etc only stock long or short sleeve.

    So any recommendations where I can get half sleeve from ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiser78 View Post
    With Spring in the air, I want to stock up on my work shirts. I don't want long sleeve and would prefer half sleeve as opposed to short sleeve - most of the formal shirt retailers such as TM Lewin, Charles Tyrwhitt, Hawes & Curtis etc only stock long or short sleeve.

    So any recommendations where I can get half sleeve from ?
    Half sleeve? Sounds like a blouse.

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    It depends what price point you're looking at.

    Tesco do them, so do Ralph Lauren and then so do M&S, at a similar pricepoint to the TM Lewin offers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teapot418 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiser78 View Post
    With Spring in the air, I want to stock up on my work shirts. I don't want long sleeve and would prefer half sleeve as opposed to short sleeve - most of the formal shirt retailers such as TM Lewin, Charles Tyrwhitt, Hawes & Curtis etc only stock long or short sleeve.

    So any recommendations where I can get half sleeve from ?
    Just roll up the long sleeve ones you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiser78 View Post
    most of the formal shirt retailers such as TM Lewin, Charles Tyrwhitt, Hawes & Curtis etc only stock long or short sleeve.
    Isn't that telling you something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    Interesting. He's going to have to define half sleeve. They seem to think it's shorter than a short one yet All Saints thing it's in between short and long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    Interesting. He's going to have to define half sleeve. They seem to think it's shorter than a short one yet All Saints thing it's in between short and long.

    https://www.allsaints.com/men/shirts...FUSeGwodTqEDVw
    If the fashion industry bods can't define it, I doubt they'd appreciate Kaiser making suggestions about it.
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