The Anatomy of a Taylor Stitch Shirt

I’m still creating my personal style. I don’t think I could give it a name at this point, but I tend to go for more classic looks. This is one of the reasons that San Francisco shirtmaker Taylor Stitch looks like it’s right up my alley:

[quote style=”boxed”]We promise never to chase trends, but to modernize the timeless staples of dress. By creating a classic shirt with impeccable craftsmanship, we are not just offering a shirt but a wardrobe staple worth investing in. [/quote]

Those are words you want to hear (or in this case, see) when you’re shopping for new clothing. All of Taylor Stitch’s ready to wear shirts are made in California, where they are better able to control the process in order to give customers the level of quality they’re looking for. As far as styles go, choose from the Jack, California, English, or 1960 with a variety of colors and patterns available. I’m partial to the Red Madras, myself.

Taylor Stitch's Founders

These well-dressed gents are the founders of Taylor Stitch

If you’re a man of girth, you might find that sizes are a bit limited in that they’re only available to XL. While we’re hoping that will change, if you live in San Francisco, you can visit their shop to get fitted for a custom tailored shirt in any size. I’ll be stopping in on my next visit. Shirts are $125 or less and available in-store or on their website at www.taylorstitch.com.

 

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