The Oxford cloth button-down shirt guide part 7

The Oxford cloth button-down shirt guide

The Oxford cloth button-down shirt guide part 7

What to look for in a button down, number 6: Cuffs should be casual

For a night at the country club, focus on golf club cufflinks. Pairing casual cufflinks with a more formal cuff is one good way to remind yourself and others that the button down is all about the weekend and the weekend is all about fun.

Tips for wearing Oxford cloth button-down shirt, number 1: Start with the basics

While the patterned button-down shirt is certainly fun to wear, you will likely not be able to combine it as easily as plain white, blue and salmon colored shirts. Therefore, it pays to start with the basic OCBD shirt in white and in blue. Once you have those covered, you can think about some solid pastels or fine stripes. Once you have developed a bit of a collection, you can get colors like grey, purple, khaki or green, orange etc, or opt for bolder Bengal stripes.

Tips for wearing Oxford cloth button-down shirt, number 2:

Be careful when you are buying an Oxford cloth button-down shirt because, personally, I would rather have a perfectly well-fitting shirt that wears out a year earlier than a somewhat baggy shirt that lasts longer. Of course, it is up for you to decide what you want and how you want a dress shirt to look on you.

Tips for wearing Oxford cloth button-down shirt, number 3:

Now that you know the benefits of oxford cotton button-down shirts, it is time for you to give them a try. They really are a unique and remarkable piece of clothing that will make your whole outfit stand out and one that you will certainly find a range of outfits to pair with.

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