If you're not familiar with Oxford fabric, it's a chunkier shirt fabric - you can easily see the weave pattern, which adds texture. Because of its weight and weave, it holds its shape and compliments nearly every man's body.
Oxford is sometimes associated with being a "college professor" shirt fabric, think Dead Poets Society. Its surface is not as smooth or refined as a poplin, making it less business-y (professional). And it doesn't have the workwear sensibility of a chambray - so it falls in between those two - and maybe that's why it's embraced by the university set.
Oxford is one of the Big 3 shirt fabrics; Poplin and Chambray round out the three. Oxford matches up beautifully with jeans and cotton pants (khakis or chinos). It transitions effortlessly between business casual and social casual. It's the most versatile of the Big 3.
We love this White Oxford with a dark jean. It's a versatile outfit that can be worn to dinner parties, concerts, and casual weekends. It's cool and easy.
- All cotton 150 gr/m
- Standard barrel cuffs with two buttons
- Fused collar, cuffs, and plackets
- Standard curved hemline
- No back pleats
- Dry clean or machine wash cold, hang dry, iron if desired
Model is 6' 2" wearing Size Medium, Slim Fit, 34" Sleeve and Standard Overall Length