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Moss Bros Non Iron Shirts

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Mens casual wear.

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      02.09.2008 21:37
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      Not bad if you don't mind your shirts looking less than new

      Moss Bros do a range of non iron shirts with double cuffs that are quite thin cotton. They are not outstanding quality but the fact they are very thin is actually a bonus during the summer months. They are in no way non iron. Each time I am ironing one I am amazed when I see the label (and quite annoyed actually!). In terms of non iron, Marks and Spencer non iron shirts far outstrip the Moss Bros ones.

      Also, my husband has white shirts from this range and for some reason the dirt really sinks into them and WILL NOT come out. From quite early on they looked pretty grubby on the inside of the collar and on the cuffs where they bend back on themselves.

      Nevertheless, he has used these shirts for a number of years and they have lasted. They do not look particularly bright white and they are definitely not non iron, but they have lasted well.

      They are not badly priced and you can buy multi packs to cut down on costs. All in all they aren't bad but probably overpriced for the quality. The have lasted but early on they started to look very well worn.

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