Men's Fashion

Who Makes the Best Oxford Shirt?

Good

The Slim Fit

• Fits a bit on the slimmer side (we suggest sizing up)

• Price point allows you to stock up on multiple colors

• Fabric is thinner than most oxford cloth, but made from a slow-spun cotton yarn for added durability

• The smaller collar doesn’t sit up high, so this will be worn more casually (not the best option with a tie)

Slim-fit Japanese Oxford shirt,
$75 by Everlane

Better

The Classic Fit

• Hand-sewn in Houston, Texas

• A slightly shorter shirt tail makes wearing it untucked look less sloppy

• All shirts are made-to-order and offered in traditional shirting sizes so you’re guaranteed a perfect fit

• The price is quite steep (it is made-to-order), so buying in bulk is probably out of the question

1883 Oxford shirt,
$245 by Hamilton

Best

The Broken-in Fit

• A perfect marriage of formal and lived-in thanks to a proprietary wash

• Features a button on the chest pocket to ensure your EDC is secure

• Back collar button keeps your collar standing strong and your tie from slipping

• Although the shirt says “slim”, it does fit on the classic side so we’d recommend keeping your original size

Favorite oxford shirt,
$128 by Todd Snyder