Its time to be Trendy

“Fashion is a language that creates itself in clothes to interpret reality.”

― Karl Lagerfeld

Dress shirts tend to be more traditional or restrained in style and color. The dress shirts are a button-up shirt with a collar and long sleeves. It seems to be different from the sport shirt which cut differently than the dress shirts, mostly sport shirts are made to be worn open-necked. The dress shirt is designed to wear with suits and tie but also can be worn without one another, a dress shirt can either send the message its wearer is prepared for the event or it can be assumed as a supporting part in your presentation and meetings.

PATTERN:

There are some different patterns for men’s shirt which give you an idea that when and where, a particular pattern suits to your personality.

Solid:

It is one of the common fabric designs for men’s shirt wear. They are considered to be simple and formal kind of shirts. A white shirt can be wore anywhere with a combination of a black tie and a blue jeans which looks versatile. In other words solid allows men to emphasize on other aspects of shirt like unique collar style.

Stripe:

It is considered less formal than solid, it provide more charm to your personality. It is not necessary that you only select white and blue, whenever you have to wore strip the person who has more knowledge about colors can add more colors with combination of others which looks unique. But a problem arises when people get confused about wearing tie with a strip shirts so i would recommend that it would be better not to wear ties with this kind of shirts otherwise it gives optical illusion of movements.

Check:

This pattern was considered as a casual pattern as it was the common pattern and can be seen less on ready made shirts. However this pattern is also important historically as it explain your background history. In addition to wear such kind of pattern makes sure that you don’t mix up the pattern like a check shirt with a solid suit and a striped tie.

Types of dress shirt fabric: Oxford Fabric

Oxford cloth, the coarsest shirting, is nonetheless quite soft and comfortable. a more easygoing fabric, its most characteristic structure is the conservative neckline. In colored and designed oxford shirts just the strings running in one direction are dyed, while the others are left white. Pinpoint oxford is woven similarly, however of better yarn, and is hence smoother and more formal. Royal oxford is even better, and can stand gladly alongside a fine fleece suit and expensive tie.

Poplin Fabric

Poplin bears a smoother texture but similar weight, the result of a fine yarn running one way with a thicker one interweaving it. It is soft and comfortable, and often used in more casual shirts.

Twill Fabric

Cotton twill, a shimmery diagonal weave, makes for richly textured shirts without sacrificing formality. In herringbone twill, the direction of the diagonals switches back and forth every quarter inch or so, giving the fabric evens more depth. When occasion or whim calls for a solid shirt, twill plays the role with panache by creating great texture.

Broadcloth Fabric

Broadcloth, a fabric with weave is very similar to poplin except more densely packed, is one of the most formal shirting for day-to-day wear. End-on-end broadcloth is that made by interweaving threads of alternating colors for a visual texture so subtle it appears solid from an arm’s length away. Thanks to its tight weave, this cloth displays patterns with exquisite precision.

End-on-End Fabrics

A plain one-on-one weave, this fabric traditionally uses white with another color to create a subtle check effect. Occasionally, two colors are used to create a “double shot” of color. It is often incorporated into a stripe pattern, as see here (the end on end being the dark blue).

 

 

 

 

Its time to be Trendy

“Fashion is a language that creates itself in clothes to interpret reality.”

― Karl Lagerfeld

Dress shirts tend to be more traditional or restrained in style and color. The dress shirts are a button-up shirt with a collar and long sleeves. It seems to be different from the sport shirt which cut differently than the dress shirts, mostly sport shirts are made to be worn open-necked. The dress shirt is designed to wear with suits and tie but also can be worn without one another, a dress shirt can either send the message its wearer is prepared for the event or it can be assumed as a supporting part in your presentation and meetings.

PATTERN:

There are some different patterns for men’s shirt which give you an idea that when and where, a particular pattern suits to your personality.

Solid:

It is one of the common fabric designs for men’s shirt wear. They are considered to be simple and formal kind of shirts. A white shirt can be wore anywhere with a combination of a black tie and a blue jeans which looks versatile. In other words solid allows men to emphasize on other aspects of shirt like unique collar style.

Stripe:

It is considered less formal than solid, it provide more charm to your personality. It is not necessary that you only select white and blue, whenever you have to wore strip the person who has more knowledge about colors can add more colors with combination of others which looks unique. But a problem arises when people get confused about wearing tie with a strip shirts so i would recommend that it would be better not to wear ties with this kind of shirts otherwise it gives optical illusion of movements.

Check:

This pattern was considered as a casual pattern as it was the common pattern and can be seen less on ready made shirts. However this pattern is also important historically as it explain your background history. In addition to wear such kind of pattern makes sure that you don’t mix up the pattern like a check shirt with a solid suit and a striped tie.

Types of dress shirt fabric: Oxford Fabric

Oxford cloth, the coarsest shirting, is nonetheless quite soft and comfortable. a more easygoing fabric, its most characteristic structure is the conservative neckline. In colored and designed oxford shirts just the strings running in one direction are dyed, while the others are left white. Pinpoint oxford is woven similarly, however of better yarn, and is hence smoother and more formal. Royal oxford is even better, and can stand gladly alongside a fine fleece suit and expensive tie.

Poplin Fabric

Poplin bears a smoother texture but similar weight, the result of a fine yarn running one way with a thicker one interweaving it. It is soft and comfortable, and often used in more casual shirts.

Twill Fabric

Cotton twill, a shimmery diagonal weave, makes for richly textured shirts without sacrificing formality. In herringbone twill, the direction of the diagonals switches back and forth every quarter inch or so, giving the fabric evens more depth. When occasion or whim calls for a solid shirt, twill plays the role with panache by creating great texture.

Broadcloth Fabric

Broadcloth, a fabric with weave is very similar to poplin except more densely packed, is one of the most formal shirting for day-to-day wear. End-on-end broadcloth is that made by interweaving threads of alternating colors for a visual texture so subtle it appears solid from an arm’s length away. Thanks to its tight weave, this cloth displays patterns with exquisite precision.

End-on-End Fabrics

A plain one-on-one weave, this fabric traditionally uses white with another color to create a subtle check effect. Occasionally, two colors are used to create a “double shot” of color. It is often incorporated into a stripe pattern, as see here (the end on end being the dark blue).