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Oxford cloth is a very popular shirting fabric, particularly for more casual or sporty styles of dress shirts. It’s a bit thicker than what we’d consider “fine” dress shirt fabrics, and has a hearty feel that is both durable and … Continue reading →

The definitive overview of all different types of shirting fabrics, or dress shirt fabrics. Different weaves and an explanation of thread count and ply.

Canterbury is a collection of figured fabrics with the introduction of satin stripes. The result? A fashion shirt with an urban-like taste.

A University Stripe is a very popular style of dress shirt fabric featuring alternating even stripes slightly under 1/8″ in width. This is a timeless style that can easily be worn with a suit and tie in business settings. These … Continue reading →

History Glen Plaid fabric is a common dress shirt check pattern that features large and small plaids in the same pattern. Glen plaid is sometimes nicknamed the Prince of Wales check as the Duke of Windsor, while he was the … Continue reading →

Royal Oxford is a beautiful, flashy dress shirt fabric. It has an elaborate weave that gives it a distinctive, significant texture. It’s usually very shiny. Something about the weave makes it kind of sparkle. Royal Oxford Fabric is well known … Continue reading →

Pinpoint oxford fabric is a variation of oxford cloth that is finer and dressier and appropriate for business dress shirts.

Twill is a beautiful fabric. It is detailed and elaborate and comes in a variety of patterns and styles. Depending on the color of the threads used and the weave variation, it can produce a diagonal or herringbone texture. Twill … Continue reading →

A flannel shirt fabric is a particularly soft woven fabric that has undergone a special brushing treatment to get a fuzzy texture. Some flannels are brushed on only one side, while others are brushed on both sides. Many might be … Continue reading →