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OK, I know they say non iron but every non iron shirt I have bought needs ironing, the difference between these shirts and normal shirts is the reduced ironing time. They just need a very quick iron and they are ready.
I find these wash well and stay nice. Even the white shirts despite regularl washing look like new.
They are a bit more expensive than regular shirts, but after a long day at work anything that saves me time is well worth the cost.
They have a good selection of sizes. My 17 year old is 6ft 6" and the longer length is perfect on him. Some shirts I have bought him in the last do not stay tucked in due to their short length or my sons tall body.!!!
I tend to order these online as they have a better selection inline - both size wise and colour wise.
I bought three of their "Ultimate" non-iron shirts in December 2008 at £25 each.By the middle of January one of them had a hole at the elbow.By the middle of February the second had a hole at the elbow as well.I took them in to M&S yesterday, and they refused a refund but said that they would send them to the manufacturer.Today I noticed that the third had a hole at the elbow - and M&S still refused to accept that there was a problem, despite them all failing in the same way after mere weeks of occasional and normal office use.
I recently purchased a non iron shirt from marks and spencer. In fact it was from their ultimate non iron collection. I has been a long time since I purchased a shirt from them and up until the moment I wore the shirt I had believed that I would hate it. Well I have to say, in terms of fit, it was the best ever. In terms of quality of cloth, it's the best ever, and all this for just £25.
I had been used to spending up to £100 for an eton shirt, and i feel this shirt is even better quality although I would rate the eton shirts slightly better in design.
What a shame that I can't find another one in a cloth design or colour that I like and is actually my size. I think M&S should consider adding to this range, and I look forward to that day.
My husband has a few Marks and Spencer shirts that claim to be non iron. In fact he has several non iron shirts of different brands, all of which I DO iron and all of which I will be reviewing on here after a long ironing session that has left me fuming about non iron shirts generally. To cut a long story short, if you do not want to read the rest of the review, Marks and Spencer non iron shirts do need an iron to make them really smart but only a quick going over and are far far better than T M Lewin or Moss shirts that you can iron for ages and get nowhere.
So, here is some more detail about the Marks and Spencer's shirts. They are pretty reasonable compared with many shirts. You can also often pick up a bargain in the sales. The non iron shirts tend to be quick a thick weave and yet not so thick that they are not appropriate for the summer. They come in single and double cuff, depending on your preference.
They wash and last really well and seem to have some kind of magic inbuilt stain resistor! Every other shirt that gets a stain, you must scrub to get it out. With these, you just put them on a normal washing cycle and any marks disappear. Also, the white shirts consistently come out really bright white. They do not bobble or fray. I think they are incredible!
As for the non iron bit, that is pretty annoying because if you do not iron them, you can tell that you have not ironed them. They certainly do need an iron. However, as said above, I have yet to find a non iron shirt that does not need ironing! At least with these, they only need a brief going over with an iron in order to look smart.
Really good quality shirts that last and wash well. they come in a variety of colours and styles. It would be great if they were non iron but they are about as non iron as shirts come!