271 reviews. Average rating 4.63/5
Recommended by 93%.
“Perfect normal white shirt”
Bill in New York, NY
“My first leap to high end fabric. Proper cloth's standard fabrics are good quality I may not leap to the brand name. Will know more after wearing for a while”
John in New York, NY
“A great oxford. Love it with a button down.”
Jonas in Brooklyn, NY
The white oxford is an absolute essential, and legendary Italian mill Thomas Mason offers our favorite take on this American classic. Thomas Mason’s oxford is woven with a 75/2x38/3 construction, meaning it’s plenty beefy and durable, but a bit lighter and more breathable than our classic Heavy Oxford. It also has just a pinch of shine, so it can be dressed up with a tie and sport coat as easily as it can be dressed down with jeans or chinos and sneakers. You really can’t have enough of these sport shirts in your closet—the more you wear and wash them, the more classic they look. We love the ’60s Brooks Brothers vibe of our Soft Ivy Button Down Collar on an OCBD (just the right amount of collar roll), and we always pair it with a soft front placket and soft one-button cuff. Try a Colorado BD for a more contemporary button down look, or a Soft President Cutaway if you're looking for a little extra sprezz. Learn more about Thomas Mason here.
Fabric Technical Details
- Suggested Style: Casual, Business Casual
- Weave: Oxford Cloth (?)
- Composition: 100% Cotton
- Thread Count: 75s 3-ply (?)
- Thickness: 0.012 Heavyweight (?)
- Opacity Rating: 3/5 Fairly Opaque (?)
- Origin: Italy
- Mill: Thomas Mason
- Fabric ID: PCF535
- Care: Standard care instructions (?)
- Shrinkage: Standard shrinkage allowances applied (?)
THOMAS MASON WHITE OXFORD SHIRTS
Our Perfect Fit Guarantee
It’s pretty simple. Try one of our shirts. We guarantee a perfect fit. We send it. You try it on. If it doesn’t fit perfectly (it usually does), let us know what needs to change and return the shirt. We’ll alter or remake your first shirt for free and save a new size on your profile for convenient reordering.