Custom Dress Shirts
For many of you, our Campus Oxford is the only shirt you need. It's what we built our name on—a bulletproof, custom-made oxford for an unbeatable price.
All Season Oxfords
A truly four-season fabric that still is 100% oxford through-and-through. It's got plenty of heft to stand on its own while being light enough to layer or wear on the hottest of days.Shop All Oxfords
The White Dress Shirt
The classic white dress shirt is a wardrobe essential. Wear it anywhere with anything and you'll look the part.
Our Classic Pinpoint is the most popular option that works best for most people, but you can fine-tune your preferred texture or weight with any of our other options.
The Chamois Shirt
The chamois shirt is a workwear legend, made famous by American brands of decades past. The name “chamois” comes from the leather of the same name, a soft and suede-like leather from mountainous goats in Europe. The handfeel was so desirable that fabric-makers began to replicate it in a heavy-yet-soft brushed cotton.
To make our version, we found a vintage 70’s-era sample and replicated the weight and handfeel with our mill in Portugal. Woven in a beefy 9 oz. brushed cotton that will soften over time, you can wear it as an overshirt or all on its own.
Ready for a dress shirt that has the feel, comfort, and technical qualities of your best athletic gear? Our Performance Dress Shirts feature a cotton-free combination of nylon and two-way stretch for a shirt that moves with you, wicks away moisture, resists wrinkles, and stays comfortable all day long.
We worked for years to bring a true post-cure, non-iron process to custom shirting and we’re proud of the results. It will stay crisp all day long and look great straight from the wash—no ironing required.
Our Brushed Oxfords feature a quintessential 40’s two-ply construction, ideal for a heavyweight oxford, with the brushed finish you’d find in a flannel. The combination is everything you’d expect from a classic oxford, but with a soft and slightly fuzzy finish that adds warmth and softness—which will only get softer as you break them in.