I had pretty much sworn off buying button-down shirts: men's shirts have appealing earth tones and crisp patterns, but are too tight in the bust, too long in the torso and sleeves...and women's shirts are too flowy, blousy, narrow in the shoulders, cutsie with a mini pocket, etc. You know the drill. Eventually I tried taking an expensive REI flannel to a tailor for customization, and it cost...about $145 in total (retail price of shirt, plus tailoring cost), tbh. So when KF sent me a little coupon code, I felt excited - nay, encouraged - to buy a button-down that would fit me "off the rack." Stanhope has a great check pattern, cheerful outdoorsy colors, and THE FIT IS PERFECT. No tailoring required. THRILLING. Great summer-weight shirt. I'd buy a few more...in the next few years, lol. It's pricey, but the Good Feels of effortlessly fitting into an androgynous button-down and looking amazing cannot be understated. Conclusion: if you can afford one, get one.