Pleated Front Tuxedo Shirt
$175.00

100's Two-Ply Broadcloth Tuxedo Shirt with Pique Bib Front

Pleated Front Tuxedo Shirt
  • 543 small
  • 544 small
  • 545 small

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Description

Overview

Coming into fashion by the late-'70s -- think Don Draper after the conclusion of Mad Men -- the Pleated Front became somewhat of a standard in recent decades. Ours come with 10 pleats on each side of the shirt front, measuring 3/8" wide.

Our tuxedo shirts all include a removable button-band for the top four shirt buttons, which allows you to wear the shirt with or without studs.

*Studs, bow tie, and cuff links not included.

Fabric Specs

Composition 100% Cotton
Weave Broadcloth
Yarn/Thread Count 100's Two-Ply
Care: Standard

How it's Made

Factory

We’re proud to make our shirts in a facility in North Carolina that’s been making shirts continuously for 55 years with a history of quality and craftsmanship. The factory is a union shop that employs several hundred skilled operators, who earn a living wage. Every shirt made by Ratio includes over sixty operations performed by a dedicated team of made-to-measure specialists.

Construction

  • Proudly made in the USA to your measurements and specifications
  • Single-needle tailoring at a minimum of sixteen stitches per inch
  • Quarter-inch topstitching on collars and cuffs
  • Two-piece yoke
  • Removable collar stays (when applicable)
  • Heat-sealed shank button attachment
  • Fused collar and cuff for a crisp, sturdy appearance
  • Includes a removable button-band for the top four shirt buttons, allowing the use of studs.