Ladies 3/4-Sleeve Easy Care Shirt
This comfortable wash-and-wear shirt is indispensable for the workday. Wrinkle resistance makes this shirt a cut above the competition so you and your staff can be, too.
- 4.5-ounce, 55/45 cotton/poly
- Traditional, relaxed look
- Open collar
- Dyed-to-match buttons
|Sleeve Length||3/4 Sleeve|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
3 Stars Only
onI like the sizing but the color is not burgundy at all. It is more reddish than burgundy.
onExcellent fit, quality fabric.
onThis shirt works well for embroidering. Nice quality and true fit.
Perfect Work Shirt
onAs my title suggests, I have to wear a red shirt to work. I prefer dress shirts, which can be a struggle to find. The red of these shirts are fire engine red, perfect. I love the quality, tailored fit and 3/4 sleeves. Ill never buy from anywhere else again!
onFitted and correctly proportioned shirt.
|BUST||32 – 34||35 – 36||37 – 38||39 – 41||42 – 44|
|WAIST||24 – 26||27 – 28||29 – 30||31 – 33||34 – 36|
|HIP||34 – 36||37 – 38||39 – 40||41 – 43||44 – 46|
|BUST||45 – 47||48 – 51||52 – 55||56 – 59||60 – 63|
|WAIST||37 – 39||40 – 43||44 – 47||48 – 51||52 – 55|
|HIP||47 – 49||50 – 53||54 – 57||58 – 61||62 – 65|
How to Measure
At LogoSpectrum, your comfort is our priority. To receive product with the best sizing, we strongly recommend using a flexible measuring tape or paper ruler to gather your measurements, and comparing them to the sizing chart above. Some measurements may be easier to take with a friend's assistance. You may also take measurements from an article of clothing that you already own and like the fit of in order to compare.
With arms relaxed to your sides, measure the fullest part of your bust, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the floor. Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely instead of tightly taught.
Use your fingers to locate the top of your hips and base of your rib cage, and measure the waist between these areas with the measuring tape parallel to the floor.
Stand with your feet together, and wrap the measuring tape around the widest part of your hips. Standing sideways in front of a mirror may help locate the widest section to measure.