From lightweight poplin to crease-resistant twill, we have a new shirt to complete every outfit. Our latest shirt styles come with the all-important touches – cue immaculate tailoring, refined fabrics, and non-iron finishes. Discover versatile shades to complement your favourite suits, or add a splash of colour with a classic pattern.
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Our Classic fit shirts are the traditional Jermyn Street fit, roomy through the shoulders and chest for utmost comfort.
Our Slim Fit shirts taper gently through the waist, this is our most popular, go-to, ‘regular’ fit.
Extra Slim Fit
Our Extra Slim shirts are slimmer across the chest, arms and waist for a fitted, contemporary silhouette.
These are the smart shirts for your everyday work wardrobe, special occasions, and any time you want to look sharp. They feature crisp fabrics and stiff collars (with complimentary brass collar stiffeners), and look fantastic with a tie.
Smart casual shirts
A modern shirt style designed to transition seamlessly from the formal to the casual. They have a streamlined front placket, rounded single cuffs with one button, and relaxed collars that work with or without a tie.
Our downtime and dress-down shirts enjoy relaxed fabrics and softer collars, and added comforts such as soft washes. Note the hemline, cut to look just as dashing whether tucked in or untucked.
A casualwear classic, polo shirts are made from soft cotton fabric – often in a pique knit – and feature a two- or three-button front. Look out for the Tyrwhitt Lapwing logo.
These shirts are a step up from your usual fare: the highest quality Egyptian cottons and 120s and 140s yarns, and our most refined designs for a amazingly elegant looks.
Raise your arm and bend it slightly at the elbow (like you're looking at your watch). Using a tape measure, start at the centre of your back, just below your collar. Measure from here to the end of your shoulder and note down the measurement. Next, measure from the peak of your shoulder to your elbow, and finally, measure from your elbow to your wrist (where you want your cuff to sit). Add all three measurements together to calculate your sleeve length.