By now, many of you have seen a few reviews of the famous $20 made-to-measure shirt from Modern Tailor. The Silentist did a great in-depth review of his shirts, and CB has modeled his on Dapper Demeanor. If you haven’t heard of this deal, Modern Tailor is offering a promotion for new customers to get a customized MTM shirt for about $20 (additional design features costing extra). The fabric options are “Black” or “Blue Oxford,” both single ply 70-80 thread count. By the way, unless you are a server at a restaurant and it’s part of the uniform, don’t order the black shirt. Just felt like it needed to be said… Anyways, I thought I’d give my two cents. Below, you’ll see I opted for the wide spread collar, cut-corner 1 button cuffs, and thick Mother of Pearl buttons (the only “extra add-on” I went for). The company suggests measuring a well-fitting shirt that you already own, so this shirt’s fit is based on a Billy Reid Tuscumbia shirt I already own. After trying it on, I will say that the fits very well (which shouldn’t be a surprise, but I am glad all the measurements worked out). The fabric is a little thin (which also shouldn’t be a surprise). The only thing I was disappointed in is the stiffness of the collar. When picking a collar, you are given three options: soft, common, or stiff. I went with “common” and I really should have gone with “soft.” I would have preferred the softer option. Other than that, I’ve gotta say: the $25 spent on this shirt is well worth it. I would definitely recommend this as an option for anyone looking for a great fitting shirt on a budget.