Traditional Shirt Brands

These are brands on the market for decades, which can be found on occasion or outlet.
We are going to cover a little budgets: know that it is not necessarily necessary to buy the entry-level used, the savings achieved will be really negligible.

Traditional Shirt Brands

The Trio Tyrwhitt, Tm Lewin And Haw And Curtis, About 30 Euros The Shirt

If you have a standard physique (type 1m75, 70kg), then go to the side of these English blouses, whose production is still located in the United Kingdom.
The value for money is exemplary because you can buy packs of 3 for 50/70 pounds (depending on the brand): you have a good stock of basics.
They are accustomed to making straight cuts: so take their extra-slim cuts if you want something a minimum adjusted and look at the measurements well.

Charles Tyrwhitt

Nick Wheeler has been selling shirts since 1986: his box, Charles Tyrwhitt (which comes from his middle name) sent shirts by mail when he was still at the University of Bristol. In short, modest beginnings. Twenty years elapsed and Charles Tyrwhitt became a businessman’s basics and the first mail-order British blouse, with more than 12 shops and four franchises, from Glasgow to Singapore. While he now sells more than one million a year, the shirts were not the basis of Mr. Wheeler’s first choice. Many of his first choices were complete disasters: first the photography, then the Christmas trees (he realized lately that it only worked seasonally, and then a business of handmade shoes imported from India,

Dressed from head to toe with his own line, cufflinks to the boxer, Mr.Wheeler pulls his game during the crisis. “In times of crisis, everything is cheaper, apart from the cash The crisis allowed them a new flagship, near Jermyn Street, that a more expensive luxury brand would have taken differently. Similarly, the New York boutique Charles Tyrwhitt is just below Lehmann Brothers and Bear Stearn: when the crisis came, shirt sales actually decreased, but the total turnover increased with the rest of Ready to wear, actually cheaper than the competition and therefore more competitive

Charles Tyrwhitt offers a wide range that goes from formal non-iron shirts (whose fabric is on the other hand more fragile) to shirts more worked with marked textures.The range of ready-to-wear is also quite wide and of a value for money very correct.

Everything is available here.

Also eliminate the fantasy and casual patterns and stay in to the basics of formal: plain and simple vertical stripes.