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    Need a shirt to go with a suit. The shirts I already own aren't aren't really intended to be worn with a tie (collar looks pretty silly buttoned up).

    It's a charcoal suit so thinking a red or light blue tie on a white shirt - one of those white shirts that has a white on white pattern rather than a plain office/school type number.
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    Charity shops are a great place to get off-beat stuff, as well as TKMaxx, but as for the internet, eBay and Amazon are the best bet.
    William Hunt has a website too, if you want to go down that route.
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    Charity shops are a great place to get off-beat stuff, as well as TKMaxx, but as for the internet, eBay and Amazon are the best bet.
    William Hunt has a website too, if you want to go down that route.
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    I would suggest looking at stores such as Hw lewin, hugo boss, or next they have a wide range of shirts, ties and suites available.

    http://www.tmlewin.co.uk/Ties/Mens-Ties,en_GB,sc.html
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    >Charity shops
    >TK Maxx
    >A website that sells £200 shirts.
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    Hawes and Curtis, a shop dedicated to smart wear


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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    >Charity shops
    >TK Maxx
    >A website that sells £200 shirts.

    Baring in mind this is aimed for somebody who doesn't actually own one dress shirt...

    Charity Shops = for both: people who are on a budget, and people who want good variety and know what they're looking for

    TK Maxx = the place where they stock most 'makes', at moderate prices

    And finally William Hunt because if those two don't suit you, there're always the upper-end alternatives.

    And for obvious reasons, I can't suggest to someone who doesn't own a single shirt to buy online from a source such as amazon or ebay, etc. because it involves knowing a bit about what you're buying.

    But fair enough, I am sure George has a good range, too. It's on the ASDA website.
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    I think your best bet is to look at retailers such as Hawes & Curtis (already mention ), TM Lewin and Charles Tyrwhitt. I find that they are reasonably priced as they offer multi buy deals 4 for 100 on shirts etc and the quality is good for the price you pay.
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    Thanks but I want 1 shirt, not 4 for £100.
 
 
 
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