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I want to buy a Men's Shirt, what Cut do I need?
Selecting the correct Shirt is not just a matter of Color or Pattern, Shirts come in various forms of cuts, fits, collar shapes and cuffs. Lot's to think about when you are looking for the right shirt.
Let's Start with the Collar:
There are so many different collars that it would be exhausting to name them all. Commonly referred to as a Regular collar is the Kent Collar. This is the collar you see on most Men's Shirts and is always a good choice for any Casual or Business occasion. Made to be worn with a necktie (nut not a must), find a Paul Malone Necktie that matches the shirt and you are good to go.
The Button Down Collar is a more casual, sportive form of Shirt Collar, as the name implies, the collar comes with buttons at the tip of the collar. Great for Business Casual events.
The Shark Collar or the Cut-away collar are modern takes on the Kent Collar and are cut away and not as pointy.
The Wing-tip Collar is an elegant version made for Tuxedo Shirts and is worn for formal occasions. Often combined with a Bow Tie and often with Studs and Cufflinks.
Now that we decided on the Collar, let's go on to the Cuffs.
The two major styles of Shirt Cuffs are Buttoned Cuffs and French Cuffs. Buttoned Cuffs (also considered Regular Cuffs) close with the buttons, to close French Cuffs, you need a pair of Cufflinks. French Cuff shirts are somewhat more elegant and fashionable and give you the opportunity to show off your favorite Cufflinks.
We carry Shirts in different cuts and fits.
The right fit for you is determined by your body type. Slim Fit or Skinny Fit Shirts are popular among young men that want to wear the shirt tight and tapered. Contemporary Shirts are Cut somewhat slimmer for the average body type and Classic Cut Shirts are worn a bit wider and relaxed. As always in fashion, allowed is what makes you feel good.
Of course, you must determine the correct size of the shirt. First the collar width, that determines the size and then the sleeve length. In the USA, sleeve lengths are typically either 32/33 (short), 34/35 (Regular) or 36/37 (Long). For more information about shirt sizing and how to measure, please see the size chart in the Shirts item description.
With the above information it should be easy for you to find the right shirt. Browse our exciting Collection and remember that all shirts ship free within the USA!