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The Tuxedo Shirt

February 20, 2011

Our newest offering is our first ever Tuxedo Shirt, one of the most important but least thought about items in a man’s closet. Yes, those black tie events may be rare, but when they do occur, the stakes are that much higher.

When wearing a tux, you probably won’t be removing your jacket as quickly as you would with a suit. But no matter how hard you hope to avoid the dancefloor, let’s face it – you WILL be dragged out there. And your jacket will come off.

We opted for subtle Mother of Pearl buttons and a regular collar, making the shirt simple, elegant, understated – the quality should speak for itself and not be overshadowed by too much shiny stuff. (Of course if you’d prefer a variation of the collar/buttons, we can probably do it for you).

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Ariel permalink
    March 22, 2011 9:55 pm

    Do you need to be wearing a cummerbund with a bib style shirt?

    • biasedcut permalink
      March 23, 2011 11:50 am

      No, you do not need to be wearing a cummerbund. We actually believe that in most cases, no matter the shirt, a (low buttoned) vest looks best. It’s also possible to go without either, although you may be required to keep your jacket buttoned in more formal situations.

    • May 20, 2012 5:54 am

      I would like to design t-shirts, but I’m not too skellid on the actually process of getting my designs on one. I was wondering, is there a way I can send in my designs and people can place them on a shirt for me? If people like them, I would like to sell them online via my website.Any advice? Thanks!

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  3. Martin Hughes permalink
    September 6, 2012 10:07 am

    Could you tell me who makes the grey plaid bowtie?

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