Choose your preferred fit

Classic, loose or slim? What do you like best and what is your individual style? In North America the classic and sometimes even the loose cut is very common. It’s traditional and classic. In Europe and the rest of the world, trends have been more slim for a period. Mostly among young men, the skinny cut that contours your body closely with limited room for movement has been very popular for some time. For many Europeans - who's body allow it - the slim fit has become the new regular fit.

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Sleeves

Please choose your sleeve type - long sleeves for a dress shirt or short for a more casual shirt. If short - please choose plain, cuffed or roll-up sleeves with buttons.

Collar

Choose from a very wide variety of collar styles and sizes – hoover with the mouse to show the description. If you think the choices are too many, just go for the classic medium collar, it can never be wrong.

Placket

The traditional placket is the most conventional style. Is adds symmetry to the shirt. The more formal, elegant and clean covered placket is a classic choice. No placket is not as formal or evening elegant as the covered placket, but quite clean and very common for suit dress shirts.

Pockets

The most formal choice is no pockets, the most common but still quite informal is one pocket. Two pockets are very informal and casual.

Pocket flaps for one pocket

Pocket flaps are very practical and casual. They are not very stylish or formal.

Pocket flaps for two pockets

Pocket flaps are very practical and casual. They are not very stylish or formal.

Pocket shape for one pocket

There are pocket styles to choose from for both business and casual looks.

Pocket shape for two pockets

There are pocket styles to choose from for both business and casual looks.

Cuffs

Choose from a very wide variety of styles styles – hoover with the mouse to show the description. If you think the choices are too many, just go for the cut corner, 2 buttons, it can never be wrong.

Collar & cuffs lining

Collars and cuffs made with soft lining are made without interlining support and are suitable for casual shirts. Collars and cuffs made with stiff lining are made with interlining support and are suitable for formal shirts.

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Bottom

A cut bottom is best worn tucked in. The tail and front hems are longer than the sides, so it doesn’t come untucked during the day. An un-cut bottom can be worn tucked-in or out. It has a flatter bottom with a lower height, which is useful when wearing pants lower on the hips. If you are looking for a casual shirt that you can wear untucked on a more relaxed occasion, go for the straight hems.

Back pleats

Shoulder or center back pleats help to give movement in your arms, but some men also like them for how it looks looks. Back darts can help to achieve a trim silhouette and getting rid of excess fabric. They come in particularly handy for men with an hourglass shape such as body builders or if you are after the effect on the waist that makes it slimmer and more contemporary. As with most details on the shirt, it all comes down to personal taste.

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Premium

We offer very exclusive fabrics from the best fashion industry fabric manufacturers. Our tailors handpick all fabrics – from a quality and fashion point of view – and we never buy fabrics in bulk as both the standard size clothing for department stores and chains and many other tailors in the industry. We let you choose from a wide variety of quality fabrics in different categories, prices and qualities. From the most exclusive to the very affordable – all our fabrics are of very good and exclusive quality. And more important – you can always follow our recommended fabrics and predefined products – to make sure that you are always in fashion. It can be hard to choose, we know that. But our tools visualize the fabric and even lets you see the fabric in HQ photos. You have our style guides. And you are always welcome to e-mail us for guidance and questions.

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 3 categories ranging from mix cotton to double ply 100% cotton. Our categories are: Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Premium category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

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Prestige

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 3 categories ranging from mix cotton to double ply 100% cotton. Our categories are: Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Premium category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

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Exclusive Linen

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 3 categories ranging from mix cotton to double ply 100% cotton. Our categories are: Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Premium category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

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Exclusive

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 3 categories ranging from mix cotton to double ply 100% cotton. Our categories are: Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Premium category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

PLEASE -*SCROLL DOWN*- FOR MORE FABRICS IN DIFFERENT QUALITIES AND PRICES.

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