Shirt Style Details
Our most formal collar style designed to be worn under a tuxedo with a bow tie.
Rounded French Cuff
The go-to choice for tuxedo shirts. This crisp, fused cuff has a rounded corner on the back edge nearest to the wrist. Requires cufflinks.
Tuxedo Front Plain, No Pocket
Similar to the French front in look, but the top four buttons are removable in order to be replaced with tuxedo studs. Meant for formalwear only.
Standard Buttons i
Our standard button. Made from high quality plastic resin. Very durable.
A 2” curved front and back shirttail hem with reinforced side seam gussets.
Change any of these shirt details, add a monogram, chest pocket, and more by customizing this shirt.
Perhaps the perfect white dress shirt. It strikes just the right balance between handfeel and performance. More opaque and wrinkle-resistant than a broadcloth, more dressy than a pinpoint, and less textured than a royal oxford. This 80s 2-ply twill comes from the renowned Thomas Mason and has an amazing finish to it. Smooth and just a touch of shine. Perfect for a President Spread collar and a rounded two-button cuff for the office, or a French cuff if you plan to wear it more formally. Learn more about Thomas Mason here.
Plain Tuxedo Front Details
The Plain Tuxedo Front is identical to a French Front, with the exception that the top four buttons can be removed and substituted with tuxedo studs, sold separately.
The removable buttons are smaller than normal buttons, and are attached together on a strip of fabric. It is possible to wear the shirt using the removable buttons, but is not recommended.