MEN’S SHIRTS THAT FIT AND CUFF LINKS, KNIT TOPS, TOO

Austin American-Statesman - - STYLE MATTERS -

How many times have you heard men’s dress shirts aren’t al­ways a per­fect fit? Zachary Prell, a for­mer Wall Street in­vest­ment banker, thinks he has fig­ured out the an­swer with his line of men’s shirts ($135 for short sleeves and $150 and $198 for long sleeves). The sports shirts, which come in solids, stripes, check and ging­ham, have a slim ath­letic fit, wider cuffs for large-faced watches and a flat­ter­ing tail length. Sizes range from small to ex­tra-ex­tra large. Ac­cord­ing to the line’s web­site (www.zacharyprell.com), shirt se­lec­tions are avail­able at Neiman Mar­cus (3400 Palm Way Drive, 7191200, www.neimanmar­cus.com) and Nord­strom (2901 S. Cap­i­tal of Texas High­way, 691-3500, www.nord­strom.com). The line also of­fers cuff links and knit tops. Prell, who lives in New York, has an M.B.A. from Columbia Uni­ver­sity.

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