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Proper washing instructions for men’s shirts

To ensure that your shirts retain their original shape, colour and new-shirt look, there are a few things you should watch out for. The most important care instructions are on the care label: because many men’s shirts contain a high percentage of cotton, you should generally avoid washing them at over 40°C, even if they are very dirty.

  • To make sure your collar is always on point, you should fold it up before washing and fasten the uppermost button.
  • Select a low spin speed and don’t fill the drum completely. This protects the material and prevents creasing.
  • Hang your shirts on clothes hangers after the wash so that they don’t lose their shape.

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Shirts: classic and casual cuts for a stylish outfit

A classic white men’s shirt with a pointed Kent collar and a fine colourful pattern on textured poplin fabric or a casual check shirt in a lumberjack style: there are shirts for every occasion and every style. So that you can always find a comfortable top with the perfect fit, s.Oliver has a huge range of shirts in different cuts for you to shop online.

Modern cut shirts for men

Some have a classic Kent collar, some have distinctive flap pockets – some come with contrasting button plackets and some have reinforced sleeve cuffs: a shirt is not just a shirt. Small details can have a significant influence on the style. For instance, a button-down collar, subtle welt breast pocket and turn-up sleeves create an instantly casual look. Alongside the classic long sleeve top, there is also the short sleeve variety for warmer days. These serve as a chic, airy shirt for casual occasions.

No matter if it’s a wide fit for broad shoulders or a closer cut for men with slim, athletic builds: men’s shirts should fit well and be comfortable. That’s why we have men’s shirts for every body type.

  • Regular fit shirts: these models are tailored to average body dimensions – so not overly big and not overly slim. These men’s shirts are defined by their straight cut and are only slightly fitted.
  • Modern fit shirts: these are cut in a way that suits slimmer men very well. The slim fit with a slightly accentuated waist is comparatively tight, but still leaves enough space.
  • Slim fit shirts: these very slim-fitting models fit close to the body. They are perfect for very slim gentlemen and athletic body types that prefer a more fitted look. Stretchy materials ensure a high level of comfort.
  • Comfort fit shirts: very wide cut shirts that offer plenty of space, even for men with broader builds. The loose fit ensures top comfort and conceals the one or two extra pounds you might be carrying.

You can tell that a men’s shirt fits well if the shoulder seam ends at the corner of your shoulder bone. If you can fit one finger between your collar and throat, the collar isn’t too tight.

And speaking of collar: turned down or popped – the collar design is a defining feature of a shirt’s style.
  • Kent collar: the classic collar that harmonises wonderfully with the office tie, the Kent collar is characterised by its short, pointed ends that point slightly outwards to give you enough space for your tie or bow tie.
  • New Kent collar~: this modern interpretation of the classic is less pointed and less wide.
  • Shark collar: on this collar, the points are further apart. It is great for wider tie knots. It is often reinforced with stays and is quite high. Even so this design looks very elegant, even without a tie.
  • Button-down collar: this sporty collar for casual outfits features buttons for fastening the collar ends to the shirt.
  • Hidden button-down collar: this model collar design also features buttons for guaranteeing the perfect collar position. However, the buttons are not visible.
  • Wing collar: this very short, elegant collar is intended for shirts for formal occasions. It is usually combined with a bow tie, tuxedo or tailcoat.

Checked shirts and plain-coloured models: Perfectly styled for every occasion

It doesn’t always have to be a classic white shirt. The colour palette is big. Colour tones such as dark blue, radiant indigo blue, anthracite or pale mint green are chic and look very smart in combination with a black or contrasting-colour suit. Black shirts also have a very smart look, but they only go well with a black jacket. If you want to try something a little bolder, try giving the outfit a colourful highlight in the form of a yellow tie.

In your free time you can be a little braver with colours. A fresh alpine green or bold berry red both look very fashionable. The choice of patterns in especially large. Check shirts simply never go out of fashion. The Scottish Prince of Wales check pattern, for instance, is constantly being reinterpreted. The lumberjack style would also be non-existent without a check shirt. Skinny jeans or chinos are a great was to complete the urban lumberjack look. This outfit goes great with either leather boots or trainers that match the colour of the shirt.

Alongside check shirts, shirts with striped patterns are also very popular. Fine pinstripes are great for business shirts in specific. Subtle colour graduations on slub yarn shirts also look very sophisticated. Wider vertical stripes on dobby patterns have a more casual look. Those who like a bolder look can go for a men’s shirt with distinctive statement appliqués and prints or a denim-style fabric.

Firm and soft fabrics for men’s shirts

Be it a linen shirt or one with a piqué pattern: most shirts have a high percentage of cotton. Cotton is comfortable on the skin and is very crease-resistant. Different manufacturing methods result in fabrics that are very different from one another in terms of their surface texture and appearance.

  • Poplin: this finely ribbed cotton material has a textured feel and a subtle sheen. Plus it is very robust.
  • Twill: the two-ply twill weave makes the material very thick and durable. It has a subtle shimmer and also boasts a diagonal woven texture.
  • Flannel: shirts made of flannel are often napped so that the weave is no longer visible. The fabric has a smooth, soft surface as well as very good thermo-regulating properties.
  • Seersucker: this crêpe weave made of cotton and silk is slightly puckered so that it doesn’t have to be ironed.

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