Long Staple Cotton
All our fabrics are weaved with extra-long cotton fibers that add to our shirts’ durability and silkiness. Similar to shirts containing Egyptian and Pima cotton, ours are much more resilient to pilling and tearing than the standard dress shirt, and can even become softer overtime
High Thread Count
Fabrics with a higher thread count are finer, lighter, and more expensive to produce. Our fabrics start at an 80-thread count, with many others containing over a 100-thread count, contributing to a silkier and softer feel.
‘Ply’ refers to the number of yarns that are twisted together to make a single thread. Our 2-ply fabrics have a tighter weave, which adds a bit of stretch to our products and distinguishes them from the stiffer, more traditional dress shirts.
Long Spread Collar
Our most classic collar, sporting a clean and elegant look
Short Spread Collar
A go-to collar you can rely on for professional and casual settings
A collar with a modern edge that you can still pair with a tie
A popular collar type for casual settings
Our collars –and cuffs– have an additional piece of lining that gives extra firmness and stiffness. No more flimsy, thin collars.
Metal Collar Stays
To keep collars even sharper, our shirts come with a pair of metal collar stays for reinforcement to avoid curled points.
Fit is Priority
Our team pays a great deal of attention to getting each size right. The difference is a slim fitting torso and smaller arm holes to avoid excess fabric in the arms and waist. More on our fit
Our shirts are constructed with a single row of stitches for a clean, seamless edge that looks modern and professional. This technique increases production costs and is used in top quality shirts.
From the buttons to thread color to the trims, we're meticulous about designing a shirt that we're proud of and want to wear.