31 Days, 31 Shirts // Recap

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We released a shirt a day throughout the entire month of October. Needless to say, it was quite a busy month. We had a great time and we thank you all for keeping up with us. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite picks from the month.

The Red Haynes Plaid Flannel

This is the shirt that kicked off our 31 days of shirting. The Red Haynes Plaid Flannel is constructed from Italian-woven brushed cotton fabric – one of our favorite heavier fabrics. This classic plaid flannel has a modern fit that looks just as good underneath a blazer as it would hiking.

The Rust Cullen Brushed Oxford

An incredibly soft brushed cotton oxford in a beautiful rust color that pairs well with almost any combination. This is our cooler-months take on the classic Oxford-cloth shirt.

The Light Blue Windham Plaid

This shirt is made from Italian-woven plain weave cotton — a perfect year-round cloth made from long staple yarn that responds well to vibrant color dyes. This shirt’s fine fabrication combined with the clean color palette and subtle pattern make for an outstandingly versatile shirt.

The White Braddock Wool Oxford

Similarly to our Cullen Brushed Oxfords, this is another cooler-months take on the classic Oxford shirt. We constructed this off-white shirt from a luxurious cotton and wool blend and included a single breast pocket.

The Hartley Plaid Flannel

The Hartley Plaid Flannel is a favorite of ours because it incorporates many of the colors of the season – brown, orange and green. We wear plaid throughout the year, but the pattern looks even more appropriate during the fall. This shirt is constructed from incredibly soft Italian-woven brushed cotton twill.

The Blue Garner Royal Check

For those occasions when we need to dress our sartorial best, we love wearing a shirt with a French cuff. The Blue Garner Royal Check is made from a gorgeous royal cotton plain weave with a rich texture. If you are in search for a pair of expertly crafted cufflinks, look no further than our Monroe Cufflinks — constructed by hand here in Virginia.

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