A Solid White (Broadcloth or Twill)
Like a lifelong friend, the classic white dress shirt will never fail you. It goes with every suit and every tie, no matter the colour or pattern.
A Solid Blue (Broadcloth, Twill, or Herringbone)
When white seems too plain, subbing in a blue shirt in anything from the palest of sky blues to the deepest cerulean hues will lift your outfit from pedestrian to pow!
A White or Light Blue Oxfordcloth (Button-down)
The Oxfordcloth Button-down (OCBD), an American classic, is a symbol of all that is good: casualness, youth, education, trustworthiness, dependability, sport, and professionalism.
A Bold Graph Check On White
When under a jacket of some kind, the checks give your look depth. And unlike gingham, they’ve got plenty of white which is more business ready. When it comes to the office, Tic-Tac-Toe > Checkers.
A Bold Gingham Check
VERSATILE, CLASSIC, AND UNDERUSED, GINGHAM CHECKS CAN BE JUST THE TOUCH OF SPICE THAT YOUR ATTIRE HAS BEEN LOOKING FOR. SMALLER THAN A PLAID PATTERN THERE IS REALLY NOTHING THEY CAN’T BE PAIRED WITH.
A Bold Stripe On A White Base
The bold stripes stay conservative (appropriate for the high-power business meeting) while allowing the wearer to separate himself from the masses clad in solid whites.
A White Stripe on Light Base
The white stripes say conservative, which are appropriate for the high-power business meeting, while allowing the wearer to separate himself from the masses clad in solid pale tones.
A Bold Micro Check
These shirts that have two (three max) colours going on with a very small pattern, have lots of visual depth, and they look great when you wear a suit without a tie.
The pink shirt not only shows your self-confidence, but when worn correctly, it also leaves you with a stylistically modern and masculine look.
A Solid Bold (Twill or Herringbone)
Not ready to embrace bright colours or bold patterns just yet? Opt for a timeless bold coloured dress shirt, such as black or navy, with an understated texture, such as twill or herringbone. It will break up solid suiting without being too obvious.