Van Heusen stretch long sleeve wrinkle resistant dress shirt
From the manufacturer
Fabric stretches and moves with you for extra comfort.
Wrinkle free and machine washable to wear straight from the dryer.
Our regular fit shirts feature a generous cut through the shoulders, chest and waist for total comfort and a classic fit.
Offering a more athletic fit, our fitted styles are roomier through the shoulders, chest and arms, with a tapered waist.
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Van Heusen Lux Sateen Stretch Dress Shirt
Find your strong suit. This dress shirt is designed to keep you looking neat and professional at the office and beyond thanks to wrinkle-free fabric with a smooth sateen finish. Natural stretch helps you move freely for optimal comfort, while easy-care construction makes this style easy to wash, dry, and get on with business.
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