We offer two different cuts: a slim fit for a stylish look and a straight cut designed more for comfort.
If you are on the slender side, the slim fit is better suited to your body type.
If you are more on the stout side, or if you just don’t like close-fitting garments, choose a more comfortable straight cut.
First off, ask yourself how you plan to wear your shirt.rn
Our shirts fit into two main categories.
For use in a professional setting, we recommend Classic shirts, straight cut and easy to iron.
With their plain fabrics and sober colours, these shirts are timeless and elegant. With Classic shirts, no risk of committing a fashion faux pas!
If you wish to accentuate your stylishness, French Cuff shirts, worn with cufflinks and matching tie, offer a subtle means of distinguishing oneself.
In a more fashionable context, you can allow yourself a greater degree of fantasy. Don’t hesitate to wear Slim fit shirts, with original motifs and flashier colours.
Just for the pleasure, opt for shirts with audacious details!
- If you wear ties, solids or stripes are better choices than checked fabrics.
-If you opt for a solid colour shirt, you can choose a tie with a pattern.
-If you select a striped shirt, wear a solid colour tie.
-If you don’t wear ties, you’re free to choose whatever shirt you please. Choose two- or three-button collars which tend to be more elegant when open.
-With a white shirt, you’ll never go wrong.
-A colourful shirt always goes best with a dark blazer or suit.
-A dark shirt does not work with a light coloured blazer or suit.
-If you are wearing a dark suit, use tone-on-tone: a black shirt with a black suit. If you are also wearing a tie, choose one in the same tones.
-If you are wearing a light coloured jacket or suit, wear a light coloured shirt as well: a beige suit works perfectly with a pale pink tie.
-If your suit has a pattern (stripes or Prince of Wales check), always choose a solid colour shirt.