Shirt Box 3 2016

Styles are designed personally by founders Richard Hall and McGregor Madden. Quarterly subscribers receive a box of 3 dress shirts that fit great and are both office and casual appropriate. 

1. NAVY-WHITE TWILL WITH SPREAD COLLAR A slightly darker variation on the blue shirt with a pronounced twill fabric that alternates between navy and white for a slight shimmer effect. Worn under mid and light shades of grey suits or rich brown sport coats, this fall dress shirt uses a darker tone of the cooler seasons.   2. WHITE TWILL WITH SEMI-SPREAD COLLAR We've taken our white shirt and made it slightly more casual. Adding horn buttons and a chest pocket, feel free to wear this without a necktie and under a sport coat with chinos or corduroy trousers. Or wear it simply with your favorite pair of jeans.    3. BLUE-RED PLAID WITH SPREAD COLLAR Anchor this shirt down with a solid dark navy necktie with a navy or grey suit for an English look. Or sport it under your navy blazer with grey trousers to be worn tieless. Our favorite look, however, would be wearing it with a fuscia knit tie to play off the check's unique color. 

1. NAVY-WHITE TWILL WITH SPREAD COLLAR

A slightly darker variation on the blue shirt with a pronounced twill fabric that alternates between navy and white for a slight shimmer effect. Worn under mid and light shades of grey suits or rich brown sport coats, this fall dress shirt uses a darker tone of the cooler seasons.

 

2. WHITE TWILL WITH SEMI-SPREAD COLLAR

We've taken our white shirt and made it slightly more casual. Adding horn buttons and a chest pocket, feel free to wear this without a necktie and under a sport coat with chinos or corduroy trousers. Or wear it simply with your favorite pair of jeans. 

 

3. BLUE-RED PLAID WITH SPREAD COLLAR

Anchor this shirt down with a solid dark navy necktie with a navy or grey suit for an English look. Or sport it under your navy blazer with grey trousers to be worn tieless. Our favorite look, however, would be wearing it with a fuscia knit tie to play off the check's unique color.