The shirt is without a doubt the most versatile article of dress. People wear shirts in different
social settings, and the demand for them is always high. This season, Source Studio launched a
new service focusing in high quality formal & casual shirt production from MOQ of
50 units/ style/ colour up to 2,000 units per style and colour for small and mid sized brands.
We provide a fully factored service from fabric and trims sourcing and through to sampling
and production, quality control & shipping. Let’s go on a journey with Source Studio to
discover top 10 most popular shirts in everybody’s wardrobe.
1. Dress shirt
If you’re looking for a shirt for formal evening wear, the dress shirt is the perfect choice. It is
a button-up shirt with a collar, long sleeves and wrist cuffs, usually worn with a black or white
tie. Common fabrics used to make dress shirts is woven and dyed cotton.
2. Oxford button-down shirt
This kind of shirt is named after the Oxford cloth from which it’s made. In this specific kind of
fabric, instead of being woven individually like in plain canvas, yarns are woven in strands. It’s
also thicker than other shirting fabrics.
Oxford shirts usually have a button down collar and hanger loop to the back of the yoke.
3. Office Shirt
The name explains itself. Common textures are twills, oxfords and herringbones.
4. Cuban Collar Short Sleeve Shirt
Originally, Cuban collar shirt were used as uniform for working-class men in 18th century
South America. Nowadays, it is widely used everywhere in the world. A Cuban collar shirt
typically has an open collar, short sleeves, and a straight, boxy hem.
An overshirt serves both as a regular shirt and a light jacket. They share the same traits as a
shirt such as collars, button or zip but are normally made from heavier materials like cotton
or wool. They are great items for autumn and winter.