Women's Long Sleeve No Iron Hidden Placket Shirt
Sleeves very small
The shirt was too small for the size. I wear an XL in just about everything but the sleeves on this shirt were cut way too small. The torso was fine.
May 12, 2013
kind of thin
I ordered this shirt to wear underneath sweaters, so I don't mind that it is a bit thin and see through as I will not be wearing it alone. If I were, I would be returning it. The sleeves are on the long side, which I also like because, again, I will only wear it under things. It is a bit scratchy, but I haven't worn it after it has been washed yet. I have it hang-drying right now because I do not want it to shrink.. hopefully after it dries and I fluff it a bit in the dryer, it will be softer. Kind of pricey for not being able to wear it alone, but I got it on sale for a really good price, so I will be keeping it.
May 11, 2013
Lands' End blouse quality is more erratic than a decade ago
I liked the blue so I ordered both regular and petite in my usual Lands' End size. The hidden placket seems skinnier than I expected. I am 5 feet, 4.75 inches tall and the petite sleeve length seemed perfect for me but the petite blouse is too short overall.
I want blouse hems to end at or slightly above the crease where my leg bends, but Lands' End petites end much higher up. The bust on the petite seemed almost snug so I much prefer the fit of the bust on the regular blouse in the same size, as well as the overall length of the regular blouse. However, the regular sleeves cover my knuckles completely and I would prefer that they end just below my wrist bone.
My usual solution is to roll up the cuffs of a Lands' End regular blouse a couple of turns and hope that a few trips through the dryer will shorten the sleeves just a bit.
I do think the quality of Lands' End clothing has really declined over the past decade. The fabrics and styling just don't hold to the old standard and some of the prints are just frightening.
May 10, 2013
perfect classy style
I have purchased this style shirt in several different colors and love them all. The fit is perfect , no gaps or pulls. I recieve compliments every time I wear these shirts. They wash and iron beautifully. I heartily recemmend this shirt. I am 5' 4" and weigh 130 lbs. and the 8P fit perfectly.
May 1, 2013
buttons keep coming undone
I bought this shirt in my regular size (8p) in the purple violet color. I like the fit, color and fabric. However, the buttons frequently come undone during the normal course of a day - sitting down, walking around the office, etc. I'm not sure why - maybe the button holes are too large?
February 28, 2013
So Disappointed In This Shirt
I have always liked the quality of Land' End products and that is why I purchased this shirt. I can not say that about this product at all! The fabric is very thin and as others stated it came out of the dryer wrinkled. It also itched when I wore it. I will be returning it.
January 15, 2013
The shirt itself is very good looking and the workmanship is fine
The shirt was okay but much too small. I gave this as a gift to my daughter and the size I gave her was correct, but she will be returning it.
January 6, 2013
NOT a no-iron blouse
This is not a no-iron blouse as it is advertised. There are no large wrinkles after laundering it but the fabric comes out crinkled looking...
January 6, 2013
Nice blouse but quality is just not there.
This is a nice fitting blouse but the quality is just not there. The material is too thin, it will need to be paired with either a camisol or a sweater. Even though it is a no iron it definately does wrinkle. I am deeply disapointed in the workmanship. The blouse is white with white buttons but on the cuff the seamstress choose black thread for the cuff buttons. I am desparate for a white blouse so I will keep it.
December 9, 2012
nice Shirt, but could be better
The main selling points for me were the smaller collar and the hidden placket. I like that look for a work shirt. I just finished ironing this shirt. I haven't met the no-iron shirt yet, that didn't look better with a light touch up. The second shirt I ironed was another Land's End shirt, several years old, bought before the no-iron age of shirts. It, too needed just a touch-up. I would just as soon not pay for the no-iron feature given how little care the old shirts needed. A word about fit, etc. I find the shirt fits well, but the sleeves and cuffs could be rethought. At least in a plus size, the double buttons on the cuff and the small button on the sleeve vent make the cuffs fit a little too tight. But for me, it was not problem enough to return a good looking, high quality shirt
December 2, 2012