I snapped up a few Urkye shirts recently, so it’s time for another review!
The two shirts I’m focusing on reviewing today are both button up/dress shirts. I’m sure many of you can sympathize when I say that I can never find button-up shirts in stores that fit well. They either a) gape in the buttons (if they button up at all), or b) button over the bust, but are so huge everywhere else that they’re useless.
Spoiler alert: I experienced neither of these issues with the two shirts I ordered!
The first shirt I got was Urkye’s new Rohe long-sleeved dress shirt in brazowe (brown).
List Price: 109zl ($33.53)
Material: 80% cotton, 10% polyester, 10% lycra
Look, ma, no gaping buttons! (yes, I realize I’m wearing jean shorts with a nice top… sorry) The top is a great fit overall for me; the only caveat was that the sleeves felt a little long (I have the left sleeve looking at the picture buttoned at the wrist, and the right unbuttoned). However, the sleeves are also meant to be worn rolled up, and I think I preferred that look:
The look of the shirt becomes a bit more casual, but still nice.The side and back views:
The back view shows that I get my usual wrinkling of fabric in the back near my narrowest point due to the sharp curve I have there, but I’ve come to expect this, and it doesn’t bother me at all here. Others probably wouldn’t experience this “extra fabric” look.
Overall, I’m very pleased with the Rohe shirt, and am considering getting it in another color or two. I felt very “put together” and professional when wearing it. It’s strange to have a well-fitting, long-sleeved button-up shirt as a part of my wardrobe again!
(Tip: if you’re interested in the Rohe, Urkye is having a sale on all long-sleeved shirts from April 1-April 7; the Rohe is listed for 89zl/$27.37 instead of the usual price)
The second shirt I picked up this order was a Kontrast in bialy (white), with no extra black piping on the sleeves. I already own and have done a review on the Kontrast shirt in fuchsia in the same size.
List Price: 99zl ($30.45)
Material: 62% cotton, 35% nylon, 3% spandex
Again, I get a great fit from the Kontrast. I do wish the sleeves were a tad less poofy, but careful ironing would probably make them stand out a little less.
Back and Side Views:
What do you think of the options available to busty women today? Have you tried out any button-up shirts/business attire clothing from any of the various full-bust companies out there? Would you?