A white dress shirt is easily the most essential part of any man's formal wardrobe. It's also the hardest to keep clean throughout the course of the day. That won’t be a problem with Threadsmiths' unstainable hydrophobic garment.
Corduroy is awesome. Like many things in life, however, corduroy is better once enhanced using lasers. That's exactly what McNair brings in this soft, water-resistant, and fine-looking corduroy work shirt.
As far as beach shirts go, the less tacky the design, the better. California Cowboy's "ultimate party pool shirt" brings that, along with a whole load of MacGyver-style features to support your summer shenanigans.
Combining merino wool's vaunted technical talents with a classic silhouette, this unassuming polo shirt should be a welcome addition right next to the tanks, tees, and beach shirts in your summer wardrobe.
Colorful beach shirts with garish prints? Not if you're trying to look worldly and refined while macking on the ladies at the beach during summer. Try this classier interpretation of the ubiquitous beach garment from Turnbull & Asser instead.
You can try, but there's little you can change about the classic oxford shirt to make it better. That's why Best Made didn't even bother, instead choosing to obsess over details to ensure their oxfords wear more durably than any other in your closet.
Summer weather is great… when you're on vacation. When you're working, that same humid air means gunky work shirts that may or may not smell. Unless, of course, you wear something like this lightweight and airy shirt from Corridor.
Giving you three different styles in one garment, Turnbull & Asser's newest dress shirt comes with two sets of detachable collars that you can swap in and out, letting you change your look even while wearing the exact same shirt.
A moto jacket styled to look and wear like a long-sleeved shirt, this garment from Revit pairs Cordura denim and knitted PWR shield for serious abrasion resistance, while ultra-thin armors absorb impact without adding any bulk.
Designed as a base layer for cycling in chilly weather, this long-sleeved shirt's merino blend construction should help keep things toasty, while the next-to-skin athletic fit makes it ideal for wearing under a thermal suit for ultimate riding freedom.
This insulating work shirt isn't just about good looks, layering warmth, and versatile three-season performance -- it’s also sustainable, having been cut in a fabric that's made from recycled plastic bottles and recycled coffee grounds.