There isn't anything visibly wrong with this shirt. It fits well, and it's length works just fine. I just can't seem to get past the look of the shirt. The way the sleeves are cut is a bit 'country'. That is precisely the reason I keep this shirt in fact, and also the only other time this shirt comes out (besides for evaluation). This is my country concert shirt. Johnny used to work for our local country radio station, and I happen to love all things country. While the cut of the sleeves feels a bit odd to me, it fits right in with the crowd at concerts, local fairs, and rodeos. Even so, I've only ever actually worn it to a 'country' themed event once. I convince myself to keep it for my next rural event, and then don't even wear it!
I also often think that this shirt would make a great layering piece in the winter. With no sleeves to hold me back, this should be a great item to put under a thin sweater. With the ruffles going horizontal across my front however, and the thicker buttons, all this shirt does under any layer is add bumps. This shirt can not be layered under anything but a jacket, and most jacket's already come with collars. The truth of the matter is I just hate this shirt, but I do love this outfit. Here I am stuck again in the cycle that is this shirt. I don't love most anything about this shirt, but I can't seem to part with it. Is there really something wrong with keeping a few orphans around though? As long as they aren't taking up to much room, and you only have an item or two, maybe they serve as a good reminder to clean out your closet every so often. Am I just finding more justifications to keep this shirt around?