fsh 99BIGSAVE5 get couponBIGSAVE5

jcpenney.com | Stafford® Travel Wrinkle-Free Oxford Dress Shirt

Stafford® Travel Wrinkle-Free Oxford Dress Shirt

web ID: 5316144
size range
  • Regular
  • Athletic
  • Fitted
neck size
  • 14.5
  • 15
  • 15.5
  • 16
  • 16.5
  • 17
  • 17.5
  • 18
  • 32-33
  • 34-35
  • 36-37
Our Stafford wrinkle-free oxford dress shirt is a perennial classic that matches equally well with denim to dress trousers.


  • wrinkle-free performance
  • fused collar, cuffs and front placket stay crisp and neat right out of the dryer
  • specially sewn seams to lay flat and resist puckering
  • button-down collar
  • reinforced cross-stitched buttons are extremely durable
  • chest pocket
  • adjustable cuffs
  • long shirttail that stays tucked
  • more sizes: regular, athletic, big, extra tall
  • cotton/polyester for comfort and durability
  • washable
  • imported
customer favorite
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Size Changes I ordered two of these shirts recently. One blue and one cloudburst. After reading the disappointed folks complaining about the size changes, I was somewhat wary. The blue one shipped immediately and I do notice that the sleeves are cut much narrower than a traditional fit. I can wear it but I'm not too happy with the fit. I don't have especially large arms, so I can understand how it wouldn't fit other guys. At the time I ordered the shirts, the cloudburst one was backordered. I just received it and I'm happy to report that it is cut at least an inch larger in the arms and is much more comfortable although both shirts are called "regular fit." I'm hoping that JCPenneys is responding to the complaints and is making the cut a little larger from now on. These are the first shirts of this kind I've purchased from JCP, so I can't comment on the comparison of the "regular fit" of the cloudburst one and the old "classic fit."
Date published: 2014-01-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from New tight - regular fir Stafford Shirts - too small I tired again to go to a Penney's Store - this one was in Indianapolis. My local store just carried the fitted Stafford Shirt oxford button down as they only had about 1 or two regular fit. Well, the Indy store did not have any regular fit even close to my size. The clerk said Penney is going for the younger men who want fitted shirts. So I guess Penney no longer wants older guys who don't have a pencil shaped skinny body. Penney has made even the regular fit shirts so darn tight in the shoulders/chest and arms that they are uncomfortable. And it is not I have gained weight as my old 16.5 34/35 shirts fit perfect.. So, I will no longer shop any longer at JCPenney now that I gave up on the Stafford shirts. it is a shame, the Stafford Shirt used to be the best anyplace. Now that they are making MEN'S shirts to fit little kids, I can no longer wear them and will look elsewhere for shirts.
Date published: 2013-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Are athletes soft in the middle now? I purchased two of these shirts--a white and a robin's egg blue--for a few reasons: I prefer oxford shirts, the price was attractive, I've been happy with Stafford products in the past, and the shirt came in an athletic fit. I'm 6'0" and slim, so in order for me to have a nice fit on a dress shirt, I either have to have them tailored--which I don't mind--or buy slim/fitted/athletic fit shirts. I prefer the latter, as I like to avoid spending time and money on tailoring if I can help it. I got the shirts today and whas ironing them out thinking that something wasn't quite right, so I got out a tape measure and measured different parts of the shirt. For a 15.5" neck and 34/35 sleeve, the yoke of the shirt (across the back of the shoulders) was 19" and the waist area measured 40". What that means is that, instead of the shirt getting slimmer from the shoulders down, it is nearly a box-cut, and even gets a little wider. So, I'm wondering what kind of athletes Stafford used as their model when designing this shirt, because now I have to go and get these shirts tailored anyway.
Date published: 2010-10-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What have you done to this shirt? By reading some of the other reviews, I can confirm I obviously didn't receive an irregular shirt. This shirt was my "go to" shirt for work. Not anymore. I purchased a few from my local store to replace some older ones. The shirts I purchased just a few months ago are completely different than the shirts now in your stores. The sleeves are very tight, its tight across the back of the shoulders, and chest. At first I thought I purchased a fitted shirt, but that wasn't the case. I thought, I put on a little weight, maybe I need to go up in neck size. So I purchased a half inch larger neck size. I tried it on and its loose around my neck, but its still tight in the sleeves and across the back. The fit of this shirt is complete garbage. Unfortunately, this shirt was the last item I regularly purchase from JCP.
Date published: 2013-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweepstakes entry My husband has worn these Stafford Oxford shirts for over 30 years. They are the dress shirt he chooses. No ironing required. He has worn sizes from 15.5 up to 18, as his weight fluctuates......currently 16.5. They look great and last a long time. We hope they never quit making them!
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from They changed the cut, try one on before you buy! For the last 10 years I have purchased the Stafford Oxford Dress Shirts and have been happy with the fit, quality and price. So I placed my annual shirt order online for the sizes and colors that I always choose. The shirts arrive at the local store and I am notified that they are ready to be picked up. I pick them up, take them home and wash them with the old shirts. Monday morning comes and I pick out a nice new shirt to wear. I put one on and something isn't right. The sleeves and the armpits are tight but the body and neck are fine. I wore it to work and talk about be uncomfortable! I couldn't wait to get home and peel off the shirt. I now have 4 shirts that don't fit and I can't return because I washed them. The worst part it that I have to take the time to find shirts that fit the way that I like and most likely it won't be a JCP shirt. What a pain!
Date published: 2014-02-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good shirt - but sizes have changed I have worn the same size shirt for decades, and have bought a number of these shirts in the past, and they all fit the same. This time, I bought four at once, and are all different sized than previous shirts. They are tighter in the shoulders/chest, the sleeves are shorter, and the torso is a bit slimmer. The quality appears to be the same as before, and is very good. I like the shirt, but the downsizing is not great. This is probably an attempt to conserve material in a depressed economy, but the result is unfortunate. I would only recommend these shirts with the caveat to order a little big.
Date published: 2013-11-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from sleeves are narrower than in the past I've been wearing stafford shirts almost exclusively for 10 years, but now whether I buy the same size as I have in the closet, or a bigger size, I cannot get my arms into the sleeves. They are now making the sleeves much more narrow than before. I actually have several older shirts I purchased a couple of years ago still in packaging and they fit fine, but the new ones I've ordered are too tight in the sleeves, even when trying a larger size. I'm going to have to try to find a different brand of work shirt to wear.
Date published: 2013-11-29
  • y_2017, m_4, d_24, h_9
  • bvseo_bulk, prod_bvrr, vn_bulk_1.0.0-hotfix-1
  • cp_1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_3, tr_1574
  • loc_en_US, sid_119693, prod, sort_[SortEntry(order=RELEVANCE, direction=DESCENDING)]
  • clientName_jcpenney
  • bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-
  • getReviews, method:CLOUD, 83ms

Material blend

Is this a 60/40% cotton polyester blend? Is it a heavy material shirt?
Asked by: Jayson
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-05-29

what is the difference between "regular" & "athletic" dress shirt sizes? which one is the widest?

Asked by: JOEL
Here's the real truth about the various fitting categories: there's no real way to know, from the information provided on the website. All descriptions you'll see here are ultimately rather vague, providing only general guidelines that may have very little to do with your particular situation. The real answer is, you have to try them on to see, varying the fit category, the neck size, and the sleeve length all around what you "think" is probably the right thing to buy. That's partly because perhaps 10 years ago, give or take, Penney's stopped selling exact sleeve lengths, and turned from mostly-regular to providing a wide variety of different body fits. At the same time, even the "regular" fit underwent some changes, so it's no longer what it used to be. (The arm diameter is definitely smaller now than it used to be, much to my discomfort -- it's too tight now, and I wish Penney's would go back to the old, original patterns, maybe under a "classic" rubric if they don't want to mess with their current range of fit categories.) Anyway, every person is different. Once I understood that Penney's had changed all the sizings and I could no longer depend on my old measurements, I bought one of every fit/size around what I thought it ought to be (about 9 shirts, total), and tried them all out. That way, I found what fit me best, and I can order that from now on. I bought the collection on-line, and sent everything back except the one shirt that fit me best. I felt a bit bad about this strategy, since it seemed a bit wasteful, but Penney's got all the other shirts back in still-sellable form, wrapped up all nice as they had come originally. And I buy these shirts in bulk (they're the only work shirts I ever wear), so certainly this strategy is in both my interest and Penney's interest, keeping me as a long-term customer. I would have preferred that the fit categories be more precisely defined, and that exact sleeve lengths still be sold, but when the vendor (Penney's) makes unanticipated sizing changes, we consumers need some way to react sensibly.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-12-10

what is the difference between "athletic" & "fitted" dress shirt sizes?

Asked by: Pete
The fitted shirt is a little more tailored than the regular fit shirt. However, it's still big around the waist. If you are a bit smaller at the waist, the athletic cut is even more tailored and you don't have so much excess fabric to deal with. I think the fitted shirts have smaller diameter sleeves too. If you have big arms, this cut is too tight. The athletic cut provides a little bigger diameter sleeve. Hope this helps.
Answered by: NanaT
Date published: 2017-02-08

What is the difference between items 5318003 and 5318029?

Asked by: Tommy
one is green and one is blue////
Answered by: shopper
Date published: 2016-04-07

What is the difference in items 5316608 and 5316144 ?

Asked by: Crimedawg11
5316608 is a "pinpoint" oxford; 5316144 is the "regular" oxford. The weave on the pinpoint is much less visible; think of single-thread interlacing in both left/right and up/down directions. In contrast, the weave on the regular essentially uses two side-by-side threads per weave element, meaning the weave is larger and more visible as a texture on the garment.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-05-15
  • y_2017, m_4, d_24, h_4CST
  • bvseo_bulk, prod_bvqa, vn_bulk_1.0.0-hotfix-1
  • cp_1, bvpage1
  • co_hasquestionsanswers, tq_11
  • loc_en_US, sid_119693, prod, sort_[SortEntry(order=NUM_ANSWERS, direction=DESCENDING)]
  • clientName_jcpenney
  • bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-
  • getContent, method:CLOUD, 58ms
BUY 1 GET 1 50% OFF BUY 1 GET 1 50% OFF $40 40.00
buy more and save
4.5 1577