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Button-down collars have long tips, to fasten to the shirt with a marvellous roll. This is a softer collar that looks good with or without a tie; perfect for business casual.
Our most traditional collar, the classic collar is flattering for most men. It goes well with any tie knot, and is unerringly smart.
The cutaway collar is wider than the classic collar, meaning more of your tie will be visible. It suits slender or longer faces, or anyone who likes a contemporary look.
A cross between our classic and cutaway collars, the semi-cutaway is a smaller collar which is slightly spread at the front.
This is a wider version of our cutaway collar. The collar tips are cut away, facing towards the shoulders. Flattering for narrow faces.
A wing collar is designed for an evening shirt, to be worn with a bow tie and a tuxedo jacket. Rather than collar points, it has two "wings" that sit flat.
A casual collar style, inspired by 1950s fashion. It is open and flat with no buttons at the very top, forming a permanent V-shape.
A shirt with no collar – just a round collar band. Also known as a grandad collar or band collar, it gives a clean and modern look.
The weave of the fabric can affect the weight, feel, texture, and drape of your shirt.
A diagonal weave in a fish skeleton-like pattern, with a smooth feel, textured warmth, and soft drape.
A midweight weave that gives a two-tone, textured appearance. You’ll find it in casual and formal shirts alike.
Midweight and breathable, with a very fine square-like texture. Pinpoint shirts hang well but stay cool.
A strong cotton weave in a simple criss-cross pattern. It’s lightweight and cool with a smooth, silky finish.
A Tyrwhitt favourite, with a distinct diagonal pattern: soft, thick, crease-resistant, and endlessly smart.
A weaving style that creates small geometric patterns in the fabric, adding a touch of texture to your look.
A lightweight, breathable fabric, woven with threads at different tensions to create an attractive puckered effect.