The shirt itself was a winner. Right away, I was struck by the quality of The Stanton 120s Broadcloth Shirt. The fabric looked and felt premium—it was the clear standout of the three, and far superior to the thin, papery material of the Indochino shirt. The small details were well executed, too: The buttons were subtly pearlescent, the stitching was precise and almost invisible, and even the Proper Cloth label had an understated charm. But I did realize, upon careful examination, that I had inadvertently ordered the shirt with a tab collar—an optional add-on feature, used to lock the collar into place—lending it a more formal look than I’d wanted. So watch those menu selections carefully.