I veered away from Brooks a while ago. their reboot of traditional cotton oxfords that need to be ironed wasn't close to the quality of good made-to-measure options that are roughly the same price - no pockets, thinner/less robust fabric, and even in the most generous cut, not as full as they used to be. Happened to their suits, too; I would never buy a suit there again. when Brooks went bad, I went with Oxxford - a lot more expensive, but a much, much nicer suit or sport jacket that will probably outlast multiples of what Brooks Brothers is putting out there these days.
I go to Mercer & Sons or Proper Cloth now - Mercer does a better job, both style and fabric, but their price and ordering 'system,' if you can call it that, aren't so appealing. Proper Cloth shirts are well made, the fabrics are very good overall (quality meaning they wear well and last a long time), and they're priced more competitively and much easier in terms of the online experience. once you get the measurements right. their collar points are a little short for my taste. I miss Michael Spencer - excellent shirts, didn't survive the founder's passing.