How To Buy The PERFECT Dress Shirt | Top 3 Tips To Buying Great Fitting Shirts

How To Buy The PERFECT Dress Shirt | Top 3 Tips To Buying Great Fitting Shirts

How To Buy The PERFECT Dress Shirt | Top 3 Tips To Buying Great Fitting Shirts

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How To Buy The PERFECT Dress Shirt | Top 3 Tips To Buying Great Fitting Shirts

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How To Buy The PERFECT Dress Shirt | Top 3 Tips To Buying Great Fitting Shirts

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How To Buy The PERFECT Dress Shirt | Top 3 Tips To Buying Great Fitting Shirts

Video Summary:
1:00 – Fit
4:37 – Fabric
8:25 – 3 Types Of Weaves
9:31 – Function
9:42 – Types Of Collars
12:22 – Shirt Cuffs

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31 thoughts on “How To Buy The PERFECT Dress Shirt | Top 3 Tips To Buying Great Fitting Shirts”

  1. You should make an e-book. Your voice sounds really educating and when watching your videos, I usually just listen with headphones, because I feel like you explain it very good! Great video!!

  2. If there’s one person I trust about dress shirts it’s you mate! Your shirts are always on point. I’ve started taking a bit more pride in my fashion now and even wear shirt stays. That’s thanks to you.

  3. i love my dress shirts and my waistcoats etc, i used to get my mother who was a seamstress to make mine but she has passed on, i know enough about sewing to be creative, she showed me how to take say 4 shirts un pick them and cross mix them so you had 4 shirts which were made from each other they were all a match but each had a wild fashion design cos they were each frankenstein creations of each other, sleeve A , back B collar A sleeve D front C, it created a statement of design choice and by choosing the right 4 shirts worked very well, instant designer shirts, all 4 need to be identical pattern and size, but you can swallow up differences when stitching them, –

    It’s never to late to learn to sew lads..then everything can fit, a cheap sewing machine is easy to use takes practice, get some clothes unpick them and practice on them, the hard bit of shaping the bits “Templates” are already cut and the seam pre sewn just follow the line, it comes if your determined enough a great skill to have, hint keep the tension even on the material as you feed it through, don’t rush it ok sleeves and button holes take real skill, but some bits are easier than others. good luck

  4. Thanks to you and Aaron Marino for showing me this online store.

    Among all the brand you introduced, tailor store is actually my favorite that I keep returning. They have the best customer service I ever had for custom clothing. The first shirt they sent me based on the measurement i gave them was off ( really long sleeve, a bit too tight on the hip and the button wasn’t done nicely) I wrote a complain about it along with pictures. They got back less than a day later to me asking for MORE PICTURES of from the back so they can adjust it. They ADJUSTED the measurement I gave them based on those photos, refund me 100% in store credit for a brand new other shirt, and tell me to keep the old one or donate it. I never see a customer service like that before!!! 100% recommend!!!

  5. years ago maybe men would have cringed at the thought of sewing, the nuclear 1950/60’s family the male sold insurance the female raised kids, cooked and sewed if she could, but these days males are very often good cooks , tailors, gardeners, etc, so its not a modern stereotype issue or shouldn’t be, and to be honest if you can drive a car you can use a sewing machine, following a pre marked dotted line just to one side of it slowing down for bends and careful smooth throttle and clutch control all have sewing machine and driving analogues, except few die because of a stabbed finger , but a thimble (a good purchase),
    I never regretted learning to sew , and with a little imagination can turn a £20 shirt into the cut and sturdiness of a £100 version, better threads, stronger seams, even altered seams to adjust for your own shape, a tailors mannequin helps to fit the garment to whilst sizing, get one of your own build, learn how to measure sounds simple, its harder than it looks but yes simple all the same, have fun

  6. Thanks Antonio for another great video. Got a lot of tips like I always do from you other videos. Keep it up!

  7. Real Men Real Style what different color combinations do you think can go with pink or match very well together. And what do you recommend as a first suit selection for a first timer?

  8. https://www.tailorstore.com/the-perfect-dress-shirt-ultimate-guide – Click here to check out Tailor Store. RMRS40 = 40% OFF (First Time Buyers). RMRS20 = 20% OFF (Return Buyers). Thanks Tailor Store for being the paid sponsor for today’s video.

    http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/perfect-dress-shirt/ – Click here to read the article – Find The PERFECT Dress Shirt

    Video Summary:
    1:00 – Fit
    4:37 – Fabric
    8:25 – 3 Types Of Weaves
    9:31 – Function
    9:42 – Types Of Collars
    12:22 – Shirt Cuffs

  9. Antonio great video but dude i must say…
    That small clip you showed in the conference man you looked fly..

    Take care dude.

  10. Hello Antonio,

    I really do appreciate your videos they are great but in maybe one of your future epsodes could you address durability of fabrics. I work as a Banquet Captain for a hotel and I have to wear suits for work. All in all that sounds fine except that it is a very involved job. If I wear a suit to work that suit basically becomes only for work. My job is messy and I can get stains on it at any time and dry cleaning can only do so much. But the crux of my problem is I move around A LOT at work. On a busy day I could walk up to 30,000 steps. As you can imagine this wears out suit pants tremendously fast. I buy Stafford Suits from JCPenney. I know they are not the most high end suit but they fit me very well, they are cheaper than sinking 400 dollars plus alteration cost into a nice suit, and the Stafford suits I can buy as many pants as I need to. I am just not comfortable wasting so much money on a nice suit that almost immediately gets ruined for anything but work the second I go to work with it. Now a days even the nice suits do not have extra pants to wear meaning I can only wear the suit as long as the pants hold up making it even harder to justify buying an expensive suit for work.

    Any thoughts on this matter would be a great help.

    Thank you,

    Daniel

  11. Hi Antonio!
    I am about to turn 18 and, wanting to celebrate properly, I got myself a perfectly fitted dark red and dark blue squared suit.
    It’s festive and not formal-looking, and underneath it I’m wearing a dark blue linen shirt that I feel makes the dress better than a boring white or blue shirt, which would look too formal and contrast the nature and the purpose of the dress, which will be woren at a party.
    Anyway, some of the details of my outfit for my 18th birthday are taken from your channel, so I wanted to personally thank you from Italy for your amazing work!

  12. Interesting fashion trivia. At Lloyd’s of London they have a specific dress code for men. No shirts with pockets and no button collars.

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