What's YOUR Men's Style?

SLiM Fit SHiRTS … Gen X & Gen Y men who enjoy looking and feeling great in slim fitting styles will LOVE our “euro” styled Slim Fit SHiRT that is hand finished in Australia.   Our garment technicians produced a shirt that carefully outlines the body for a sharper shape without the need for back darts.  This shirt style has narrower set shoulders, slimmer sleeves, and tapered fit through the chest to the waist, shorter tails, plus our signature style collar, cuffs and plackets. The result is strong, tailored and masculine – it’s a contemporary style that means business.

TRiM Cut SHiRTS … do you like the tailored look but have a “little extra” lifestyle to hide? The Trim Cut men’s shirt is discretely hand tailored for those who prefer a neat body fitting but would not describe themselves as “slim”.   This shirt has a body size approximately one size smaller than the straight cut Classic shirt while the collar, shoulders and sleeves remain the same. The tailoring reduces excess fabric from the lower body and waistline for a smarter & trim comfortable style.

CLASSiC Cut SHiRTS … it’s called “classic” for a reason – a classic shirt to fit classic style bods.   This style of shirt is inspired by the traditional straight cut Jermyn Street, London style which remains timeless.   With a comfortable fit and including our signature design features, it's the canvas upon which we build our elegant Australian style.

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Posted by Andrew Dobson on 30th October, 2011 | Comments | Trackbacks
Tags: mens dress shirts, Slim Fit shirts, mens shirts, Generation X, Trim Cut shirts, Classic Cut shirts, Generation Y, mens business shirts, Baby Boomers

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