Mr. Shirts

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Off the back of the rise in popularity of custom made shirting for men, a new player on the scene, Mr. Shirts is taking prime position, one custom made shirt at a time.

Australian consumers have paid too much, for too little, for too long and Mr. Shirts is over it. They believe that things can be better for shoppers and so have introduced their own brand of luxury at an affordable price that, born from their determination to challenge norms, think differently and develop and produce in a more bold and practical way.

The guy behind Mr. Shirts, Chris Buchanan founded the company to offer something to discerning men whose eye for quality has surpassed the sandpaper sold as ‘shirts’ in stores for an exorbitant price.

“Consumers are smart and know the price they should be paying, that is why the humble business shirt is the highest selling item during the post-Christmas sales, where over two million shirts will be sold,” he said.

By bringing in a range of shirts that are made from 100% superfine luxury 2ply cotton with mother of pearl buttons, 18 stitches per inch, and removable collar stays finished with a fused collar & cuff, Mr. Shirts offers something unique and comfortable for the man who wants to make not only his money go further, but his wardrobe last longer.

Whilst the product is king, its only one part of the equation. Mr. Shirts wants to put the romance back into retail and inspire others to do better and to offer more. They offer free next day delivery – which in this day and age is mental, free 100-day returns and free luxurious gift wrapping.

Whether it’s for a first date, a job interview or a board meeting, Mr. Shirts’ offering is sophisticated, their view impressive and their determination to redress the best of us, infallible.

Good luck to them.

See more at mrshirts.com.au 

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