10 Dress Shirts Every Man Should Have
When you first start building a custom dress shirt collection, the most important thing is to seek versatility. To maximize value and eliminate confusion, you want to be able to wear any dress shirt with any suit or separates that you already own. So, when just starting out, avoid extremes and slowly build your range by experimenting with patterns, colors, and styles that complement your features. Once you have this down, you can move into the complex world of multi-color patterns and eccentric styles with confidence. Every professional man’s wardrobe should begin with and include these 10 essential dress shirts:
A SOLID WHITE
Like a lifelong friend, the classic white dress shirt in either a Broadcloth or Twill will never fail you. It goes with every suit and every tie, no matter the color or pattern.SHOP NOW
A WHITE (or LIGHT BLUE) OXFORDCLOTH
The Oxfordcloth Button-down (OCBD), an American classic, is a symbol of all that is good: casualness, youth, education, trustworthiness, dependability, sport, and professionalism.SHOP NOW
There’s nothing more dangerous than a well-dressed man who’s focused & unimpressed.
A BOLD GRAPH CHECK
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.SHOP NOW
A GINGHAM CHECK
Versatile, classic, & 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.SHOP NOW
AN INVERSE STRIPE
The white stripes say conservative, which are appropriate for the high-power business meeting, while allowing you to still separate yourself from the masses clad in solid pale tones.SHOP NOW
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A SOLID BOLD
Not ready to embrace bright colors or bold patterns just yet? Opt for a timeless bold colored 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.SHOP NOW