Rated 5 out of 5
by GiveMEaRing These fit to perfection and as a Leading Realtor in Orange County, these shirts keep me cool while looking my best! GiveMEaRing and I'll tell you more
I have been a Local Realtor in Orange County for over a decade known as the GiveMEaRing guy, and JC Penney brand shirts have always been my first choice under the suit and tie! When it's time to get dressed, I go for the BEST!
Thanks JC Penney!
June 17, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5
by SharpDrezzedMan Clearly not athletic fit.
I had purchased a dozen of these Stafford athletic fit dress shirts a decade ago. Awesome shirts, fit was great and I wore them everyday for work. These shirts last a long time, but unfortunately the elbows now have holes in them and the collars are fraying at the edges. I decided to go with Stafford athletic fit again for my work attire, WOW is all can say in regard to how the designers at Stafford think a dress shirt should fit an athletic male body. Hey, Stafford designers, athletic fit means roomy in the chest and shoulder and tapered at the waist. These new Stafford athletic fit shirts are cut for beer drinking champions and all you can eat buffet destroyers. The new Stafford athletic fit clearly does not have a tapered waist. The body of these new shirts are as wide as the shoulders and fit like a 50 gallon garbage bag. I would have to go up 2 pant sizes to tuck all the extra fabric from the tails of these shirts into my pants. For the love of all athletic men who have a hard time finding dress shirts that fit well, please bring back the old athletic cut design and burn these new shirts. I will be looking elsewhere for my dress shirt needs. Thank you for ruining a perfectly good shirt. The attached photo is of an old blue Stafford athletic fit dress shirt laid over the top of the new white Stafford athletic fit dress shirt. Both of these shirts are the same size and style with the button collar. Anybody see a difference? Good luck trying to pass off these new shirts as athletic fit.
November 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by LarryB A great shirt
True to size both in collar and sleeves. Maintains its crispness after being laudererd.
November 18, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kelly Perfect
I'll admit it took my husband a few tries to get the right fit because of his height (6'5") however, he finally got it right and the shirts fit perfect. They are easily washable so easy to care for. I would highly recommend the Stafford dress shirts.
November 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by edward321 Best shirt for the money
Solid product. Holds up well with time. Heavy duty stain resistant material. Using coupons and sales you'll end up with the best possible shirt for the money. Great work shirt.
November 11, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Whathappened Regular Fit shirt is too small
I have ordered these regular fit shirts for several years. My last few orders, the shirts I ordered are so tight around my forearms that I am restricted in moving my arms. Try to tie your tie when your sleeves are pulling on your arms. I should have returned them to the store. If I get another shirt that does not fit, I will find another store or brand because these Stafford shirts are never the same size.
November 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by mdean Great dress shirts!
I ordered three of these. I have to wear suits to work, and these are the best dress shirts I can find. I have tried others, and these are by far the best. Their no-iron performance is great. Just take them out of the dryer immediately and hang them up. And it's nice to have that little elastic in the collar button so you're not choking all day long.
November 4, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Chris Definitely NOT for traveling
Initially, it looked like a decent dress shirt. My husband bought two for a business trip for a seemingly decent deal. Unfortunately, once washed, they are a pain to iron out. The tag says to pull out of dryer immediately, hang, and stretch. Laughable. Even an iron and tons of steam doesn't get it looking good, and it wrinkles SO easily while worn. Very thin, uncomfortable fabric as well. We'll be sticking to the more expensive wrinkle-free oxfords from now on.
October 19, 2015