Should You Trust Amazon’s $25 Button-Ups?

At this price, they're certainly worth a test drive

October 4, 2017 9:00 am

Last March, we clued you in on Amazon’s new line of $250-apiece tailored suits.

Then, we told you that the ‘Zon was offering private label shirts starting at $39.

Now, we’re back to say “you’re welcome.”

Also, we figured it’d be par for the course if we dropped some knowledge about Goodthreads, yet another Amazon Fashion venture looking to rattle the menswear game. 


T-shirts starting at $12. Polos for $19. Button-ups starting at $25. Dress pants priced at $30

Rounding out Amazon’s aforementioned formal offerings, the Goodthreads collection is filled with casual numbers fans of J. Crew will particularly dig. The only rub: you’ll need Amazon Prime to order up the wallet-friendly wardrobe staples. Good news: there are free returns. 

A few highlights:

Long-Sleeve Striped OxfordA classic button-up that can be dressed up or down. 

Cotton Crewneck T-Shirt: At $12 a pop, you can’t go wrong. 

Pique Polo Shirt: A polo shirt with a vintage appeal. 

We should note we haven’t yet gotten our hands on any of these dugs, and thus can’t vouch for quality, though we plan on following up soon with a proper review. That said, at this price, feel free to take ’em for a test drive before we do.

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