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This is how stylish (and even suitable for business) the hip retro look can be. By Dorani.
You should buy your Hawaiian shirt on Hawaii. Or ...
Perfect at 30°C plus: The shirt made of rare etamine fabric. It is opaque and never inappropriate.
The bowling shirt for gentlemen. In classic white and made from pure linen. By van Laack.
This is how stylish a functional outdoor shirt can be. By Aigle, France.
You’ll love this “denim” shirt both on hot and cold days. Much softer than denim.
A stylish novelty: The short-sleeved shirt by Lagerfeld.
Linen shirt in up-to-date vintage look. And with a once forgotten wearing comfort. By Dorani.
Meet a good old friend. And forget that shirts always need ironing.
Much more inspiring than a plain shirt, but just as versatile to combine. The Black and white glen check.
BDO shirt: As good as ever – but a generation younger. The button-down Oxford shirt in a modern slim fit.
Softer and warmer than flannel yet a lot lighter, finer and easier to match.
An unusual three-dimensional design amongst the current trendy tie patterns.
Black is black. Lasting colour even after many washes.
Typical: The stand-up collar. New: The lightweight flannel.
A shirt as warm and comfortable as your favourite pullover.
Pleasantly warm. Wonderfully soft. And pleasingly inexpensive.
Airy, woven seersucker with classic check pattern. Yet not too informal looking.
The summer shirt that combines with all plain separates.
Fashionable, elegant and can even be combined with a suit. By shirt specialist Dorani.
Hollington’s original stand-up collar shirt.
Stylish minimalist pattern in a digitally printed design.
The comfort of a T-shirt. The softness of a flannel shirt. And the elegance of a dress shirt.
Everything you would expect from a premium shirt. Finest cotton. First-class workmanship. Easy-care finish.
Particularly breathable, light and comfortable.
Probably the airiest and most comfortable summer shirt.
New: Double layered flannel that’s really warm. Classic stand-up collar design.
A classic design on ties. Red-hot as a shirt: The paisley pattern.
Twice as airy: Panama-weave linen.
Perfect in 30 degree heat and above.
As soft and warm as flannel – but much lighter and more versatile.
Ideal with original jeans. Rustic with leather trousers. Casual as an overshirt with any leisure trousers.
The Seersucker shirt in finest shirtmaker's quality. By Derek Rose of London. Non-iron.