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Design Your Shirt

A note to first-time clients

The order process for new clients includes a complimentary private fitting with one of our stylists.

You can continue to customize, save, and share shirts without being fitted, however our atelier cannot begin fabricating designs until they have received your unique measurements from a fitting session.



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From: $125.00

To: $455.00

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Regular
Inspired by the traditional American shirt, this practical cut allows for a full range of movement with a relaxed fit through the body and sleeves. Comfortable for larger or athletic frames. 2.5” ease on the sides.

Slim
A modern cut that features a trim silhouette, influenced by refined European shirting. Flatters most body types and especially recommended for broad shoulders or slim waists. 1.5” ease on the sides.

Extra Slim
Our most fitted option is cut narrowly through the body. Popularized first by esteemed French designers, this high-fashion style has since been imitated around the world. Suggested for thin or tall frames. 1” ease on the sides.

Placket type
Placket type
French
A signature of fine French dress, this placket is seamlessly attached to the shirt. Its understated details recommend its use to complete elegant designs.

American
The ubiquity of this style attests to its versatility. Provides support around button stress-areas and gives symmetry to a shirt worn without a tie.

Covered
With buttons hidden away under an extra fold of fabric, the covered placket is particularly suited to a Tuxedo shirt or exceptionally sleek styles.

Bottom cut
Bottom cut
Curved Hem
A curved bottom hem is designed to prevent a shirt from becoming untucked. Unless one is feeling rebellious this style should remain tucked in.

Straight Hem
A straight hem provides a clean finish and is indicative that a shirt bottom is meant to be seen. Save this option for a shirt intended to be worn untucked.

Pocket type
Pocket type
No Pocket
Considered mandatory in more formal situations by some style aficionados, a pocketless shirt has unfettered classiness that does not call attention to itself.

Round
A simple, goes-with-everything pocket. In addition to its obvious purpose, this classic will also balance a larger tie.

Square
The contemporary lines of the square-pocket balance utility and design, making the style an appropriate match with dressier options like the French Placket.

Pleated
An uncommon and stylish pocket. For shirts lacking in visual pop, such as those worn tieless, a pleat detail gives subtle flair without complicating things too much.

Flap
Flap-pockets are best suited to heavier fabrics. Derived from hardwearing American garments, they show that you mean business.

Pleated Flap
Calling to mind backcountry or wilderness connotations, the pleated flap-pocket is essential to anydoorsman.

Pockets
Pockets
A tieless, casual shirt will benefit greatly from the symmetry and functionality of two front pockets. These pockets truly shine in conjunction with rugged details like flap-pockets and epaulets.








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Split yoke
Split yoke
An English yoke splits the upper back into two angled pieces, requiring attentive and skillful tailoring. This provides two advantages: By placing the panels of cloth on a diagonal, the weave stretches more and adds flexibility in the shoulders. If there is a pattern, this will also align the fabric so that it continues smoothly from shoulder to upper back.

Back pleats
Back pleats
No Pleats
Our slimmer body options are cut impeccably and do not require pleats. The uncluttered look of a pleatless back will highlight this exemplary fit.

Center Pleats
The center pleat adds the most fullness to a shirt body, ensuring the widest range of movement and comfort possible.

Side Pleats
The addition of pleats at the sides of the back gives shape to the shoulders and also gives a bit more ease of movement through the arms.

Back Darts
Back Darts
The inclusion of darts is a traditional preference of the European tailor; two stitches are placed at the lower back to reduce bunching fabric there. This gives the slimmest silhouette possible without compromising overall comfort.
Shoulder strap
Shoulder strap
Shoulder straps or epaulets originate from French military attire, and are still a great choice for rugged shirts that will soldier on through thick and thin.

Extra body Options
Main body Options
Collar
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Collar type
Collar type



Forward Point

Despite also being known as the “classic or ‘straight point’, this is a well-rounded style that will fit virtually any wardrobe. Little is implied by this
balanced and slimming design; leaving the talking to you.



Small Forward Point

Similar to the forward point but subtly modernized in proportion. Not too
trendy for the workplace, this subtle variation is ideal for the man with
immaculate attention to fit and detail.



Slim Forward Point

A contemporary, fashion-forward iteration of the forward point. Great with a
slim tie or open, the mini’s sleek silhouette will accentuate the neckline and
take your dignified look downtown.



Full Cutaway

The extravagant spread of the full cutaway is as elegant as it is ambitious. Even with a bold tie knot, a bit of the collar band is exposed – this one is for those who aren’t afraid to turn heads from Wall Street to the streets of Milan.



Cutaway

The cutaway, or Italian collar, is a decidedly dressy style. Its smart looks and wide spread demand a tie. Paired with a set of French cuffs, the collar serves as the foundation of sophisticated work dress throughout the world.



Semi Cutaway

A look for both work and play; it would take an impressive effort to look of place
in the semi-cutaway. Appropriate for nearly any occasion, the universally flattering
features of this cut have made it an easy favorite of the French gentleman.



Button Down

With roots on the polo field, this style has become a staple of American menswear.
Holding its shape equally well with and without a tie, the button-down is an unfussy
choice that will take you anywhere, from scholarly pursuits to athletic ones.



Slim Button Down

A fresh take on all-American casual. The sharper silhouette combines with the go-anywhere attitude of a traditional button down to make for a collar that looks equally dashing under a tailored sport coat or a sweatshirt.



Concealed Button Down

For those who want the best of both worlds. This collar sits properly with and
without a tie, but maintains the simple aesthetic of a classic collar.



Round

Once the height of British fashion thanks to its affiliation with the most prestigious
academic clubs. Also known as the ‘club collar,’ the vintage-inspired style is seeing a
resurgence as a savvy demonstration of European sartorial knowledge.



Small Round

This dapper style is a more streamlined take on the club collar. With a slim
tie or on its own, the small round is a flexible collar that can elevate a more
daring wardrobe to new heights. Our seasonal favorite.



Wing

A decidedly formal style reserved mainly for white or black tie affairs. The wings
are designed to frame a bowtie and sit beautifully under a tuxedo for a supremely
polished look.



English

An ingeniously designed collar to satiate your inner dandy. The tab is designed to
lay the collar flat and create a beautiful tie-knot arch, ensuring you look as exquisite
as the royalty that popularized the design.



Indian

A sophisticated style inspired by exotic European voyages to the Far East, but
equally well suited to a formal evening anywhere else in the globe. This stand collar
is an equally impressive statement under a slick jacket or on its own.


Forward Point
Despite also being known as the “classic or ‘straight point’, this is a well-rounded style that will fit virtually any wardrobe. Little is implied by this balanced and slimming design; leaving the talking to you.
Small Forward Point
Similar to the forward point but subtly modernized in proportion. Not too trendy for the workplace, this subtle variation is ideal for the man with immaculate attention to fit and detail.
Slim Forward Point
A contemporary, fashion-forward iteration of the forward point. Great with a slim tie or open, the mini’s sleek silhouette will accentuate the neckline and take your dignified look downtown.
Full Cutaway
The extravagant spread of the full cutaway is as elegant as it is ambitious. Even with a bold tie knot, a bit of the collar band is exposed – this one is for those who aren’t afraid to turn heads from Wall Street to the streets of Milan.
Cutaway
The cutaway, or Italian collar, is a decidedly dressy style. Its smart looks and wide spread demand a tie. Paired with a set of French cuffs, the collar serves as the foundation of sophisticated work dress throughout the world.
Semi Cutaway
A look for both work and play; it would take an impressive effort to look of place in the semi-cutaway. Appropriate for nearly any occasion, the universally flattering features of this cut have made it an easy favorite of the French gentleman.
Button Down
With roots on the polo field, this style has become a staple of American menswear. Holding its shape equally well with and without a tie, the button-down is an unfussy choice that will take you anywhere, from scholarly pursuits to athletic ones.
Slim Button Down
A fresh take on all-American casual. The sharper silhouette combines with the go-anywhere attitude of a traditional button down to make for a collar that looks equally dashing under a tailored sport coat or a sweatshirt.
Concealed Button Down
For those who want the best of both worlds. This collar sits properly with and without a tie, but maintains the simple aesthetic of a classic collar.
Round
Once the height of British fashion thanks to its affiliation with the most prestigious academic clubs. Also known as the ‘club collar,’ the vintage-inspired style is seeing a resurgence as a savvy demonstration of European sartorial knowledge.
Small Round
This dapper style is a more streamlined take on the club collar. With a slim tie or on its own, the small round is a flexible collar that can elevate a more daring wardrobe to new heights. Our seasonal favorite.
Wing
A decidedly formal style reserved mainly for white or black tie affairs. The wings are designed to frame a bowtie and sit beautifully under a tuxedo for a supremely polished look.
English
An ingeniously designed collar to satiate your inner dandy. The tab is designed to lay the collar flat and create a beautiful tie-knot arch, ensuring you look as exquisite as the royalty that popularized the design.
Indian
A sophisticated style inspired by exotic European voyages to the Far East, but equally well suited to a formal evening anywhere else in the globe. This stand collar is an equally impressive statement under a slick jacket or on its own.
Collar stay
Collar stay
Stays are plastic inserts on the underside of the collar that ensure proper placement and a crisp look. Those with a bit of sprezzatura have been known to eschew them for a rakish look.

Note that collar stiffness can also be adjusted from the Extra Collar Options section.


Contrast Fabric For Collar
Contrast Fabric For Collar
The contrast collar is a vestige of a time when collars were separately attached to shirt bodies. Now an office standard, adhere to this tradition with classic white or rebel against it with a contrast collar of your own design.

Alternative collar fabric
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Use for interior collarstand
ECHO is on.
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Use for exterior collarstand
ECHO is on.
Use for interior collar
Use for interior collar
ECHO is on.
Use for exterior collar
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Collar size
Collar size
Collar height can be altered to fit your neck size or style. A taller collar is best for a man with a longer neck or who prefers a bold and high collar stance.


LOW : 1 inch heigth at the center back of collarstand.

MEDIUM : 1.2 inch heigth at the center back of collarstand.

HIGH : 1.4 inch heigth at the center back of collarstand.

2 BUTTON : 1.4 inch heigth at the center back of collarstand. 2 angled buttons on front collar stand.


Note that only the HIGH WITH 2 BUTTONS will update the shirt designer view.
Collar Stiffness
Collar Stiffness
Choose the best collar stiffness to underscore your design. A rigid collar emphasizes the sharpness of a pressed shirt, while a soft collar is the perfect accoutrement to a comfortable, lived-in favorite.


Collar Hem
Collar Hem
Adjust the distance of stitching from the collar edge. A 5mm distance is a great way to highlight contrast-color stitching while the 1mm option will evoke a high-end polish.

Extra collar Options
Main collar Options
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Cuff type





Slim Barrel

A fashion-forward rendition of the barrel cuff. This minimal design
joins the slim forward point collar as a European designer trend that coincides
fantastically with the proportions of a slim-tie look.



Adjustable Button

A utilitarian, second button was once the solution to cuff crises for extra-wide or
narrow wrists. Now this heritage detail goes nicely with a button down collar, or
anywhere else a dash of rugged functionality is appreciated.



Two Button

Once the preference of British tastemakers, this option injects a bit of dressy style
into any design. Still versatile enough to take you anywhere the single button cuff
would, it will also break up the visual length of a longer arm.



French

A double cuff that folds over and secures by cufflink. Paired with a formal collar, this
quintessentially French design achieves an effortless chic without detracting from
the seriousness of a look.



Barrel

The simple, or ‘barrel cuff,’ is the workhorse of cuff styles. Securing with a single
button, you can bet on finding it at the end of most shirtsleeves in workplaces
around the globe.



Italian

Folding over and securing with two buttons, the ‘cocktail cuff’ came to popular
attention as the eveningwear of choice in the James Bond films. An intriguing and
classy option whether jetting around the globe or surfing the worldwide web.



Convertible

A suitcase standard for the man on-the-go. Closure buttons can be pushed inside to make room for cufflinks, allowing for a seamless transition from day-to-night or office-to-occasion in the blink of an eye. Highly recommended for frequent travelers.



Square

The square finish is a classical detail passed down from the most venerable
European shirtmakers. Its minimal, no-nonsense design is well suited to
virtually any style.



Rounded

The smooth rounding of this cuff lends itself to more relaxed looks, or any
design that might benefit from simplicity and approachability. The absence of
a square edge makes it also more resistant through time.



Beveled

Beveled with 45-degree incisions, the mitered edges of this smart finish will
complement any sharp design. Will also resist longer to sleeves friction that the
square finish.


Slim Barrel
A fashion-forward rendition of the barrel cuff. This minimal design joins the slim forward point collar as a European designer trend that coincides fantastically with the proportions of a slim-tie look.
Adjustable Button
A utilitarian, second button was once the solution to cuff crises for extra-wide or narrow wrists. Now this heritage detail goes nicely with a button down collar, or anywhere else a dash of rugged functionality is appreciated.
Two Button
Once the preference of British tastemakers, this option injects a bit of dressy style into any design. Still versatile enough to take you anywhere the single button cuff would, it will also break up the visual length of a longer arm.
French
A double cuff that folds over and secures by cufflink. Paired with a formal collar, this quintessentially French design achieves an effortless chic without detracting from the seriousness of a look.
Barrel
The simple, or ‘barrel cuff,’ is the workhorse of cuff styles. Securing with a single button, you can bet on finding it at the end of most shirtsleeves in workplaces around the globe.
Italian
Folding over and securing with two buttons, the ‘cocktail cuff’ came to popular attention as the eveningwear of choice in the James Bond films. An intriguing and classy option whether jetting around the globe or surfing the worldwide web.
Convertible
A suitcase standard for the man on-the-go. Closure buttons can be pushed inside to make room for cufflinks, allowing for a seamless transition from day-to-night or office-to-occasion in the blink of an eye. Highly recommended for frequent travelers.
Square
The square finish is a classical detail passed down from the most venerable European shirtmakers. Its minimal, no-nonsense design is well suited to virtually any style.
Rounded
The smooth rounding of this cuff lends itself to more relaxed looks, or any design that might benefit from simplicity and approachability. The absence of a square edge makes it also more resistant through time.
Beveled
Beveled with 45-degree incisions, the mitered edges of this smart finish will complement any sharp design. Will also resist longer to sleeves friction that the square finish.
Cuff finish
Cuff finish
Square
The squared finish is a classical detail passed down from the most venerable European shirtmakers. Its minimal, no-nonsense design is well suited to virtually any style.

Notched
Beveled with 45-degree incisions, the mitered edges of this smart finish will complement any sharp design.

Rounded
The smooth rounding of this cuff lends itself to more relaxed looks, or any design that might benefit from simplicity and approachability.

Short sleeves
Short sleeves
A warm weather escape from daily drudgery doesn’t have to mean a break from good style and perfect fit. Beat the heat with a short sleeve version of your favorite shirt in a lightweight fabric.

Contrast Fabric For Cuffs
Contrast Fabric For Cuffs
The contrast cuff is a vestige of a time when cuffs were separately attached to shirt bodies. Now an office standard, adhere to this tradition with classic white or rebel against it with a contrast cuff of your own design.

Alternate cuff fabric
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Color:
SELECT WHERE THE CONTRAST FABRIC WILL BE APPLIED ON THE CUFFS.
Use for interior cuff
Use for interior cuff
ECHO is on.
Use for exterior cuff
Use for exterior cuff
ECHO is on.
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Number of pleats
Number of pleats
The quantity of pleats where the cuff meets the sleeve body is a subtle reflection of style. Two is traditional, however adding more or less, respectively, will contribute to more elaborate or streamlined designs.
Cuff stiffness
Cuff stiffness
Choose the best cuff stiffness to underscore your design. A rigid cuff emphasizes the sharpness of a pressed shirt, while a soft cuff is the perfect accoutrement to a comfortable, lived-in favorite.
Cuff Hem
Cuff Hem
Adjust the distance of stitching from the cuff edge. A 5mm distance is a great way to highlight contrast-color stitching while the 1mm option will evoke a high-end polish.
Extra cuff Options
Main cuff Options
Buttons, Threads & Monograms
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Monogram
Monogram
Originally conceived to avoid losing shirts at the laundry, having initial letters sewn into a shirt is now a discrete marker of haute customization.

Note that monograms do not appear in the shirt preview.
Monogram Text
Monogram Text
The monogram will bear the letters of your choice, either your own initials or whatever others might bear significance for you.
Monogram thread color
Monogram thread color
Decide on a thread color that will make your monogram blend in or stand against the shirt fabric.
Lettering font
Lettering font
Pick a font that is true to monogramming history, or a more light-hearted take on the tradition.
Lettering position
Lettering position
The first monograms were placed between the lower shirt buttons so as to remain hidden, however a monogram peeking from a different placement can be playfully ostentatious.
Button
Button
standard polyester
A classic button in high-quality polyester. Durable and available in a wide range of colors to bring the best of your design.

thick polyester
Thicker buttons are more prominent and provide a sturdy feel. Available in white or black.

mother of pearl (+$10)
Genuine Australian mother-of-pearl for the most sophisticated finish. Comes only in its natural off-white color. (.08 Inch thickness)

thick mother of pearl (+$10)
Genuine Australian mother-of-pearl in a more substantial .15 Inch thickness. The height of thicker buttons accentuates their radiant brilliance. Comes only in its natural off-white color.

Button color
Button color
Select the ideal button color to offset patterns, stitching, or anything else you can imagine.

DEFAULT COLOR FOR THREADS AND BUTTONS WILL BE THE SHIRT'S FABRIC TONE. IN THIS MENU, FABRIC TONE WILL BE REPRESENTED BY d
Button hole and button thread color
Button hole and button thread color
Select the ideal button and button-hole stitch color to offset buttons, fabric color or anything else you can imagine. Note that your selection will change the color of both the button threads and button-hole threads together.
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Cuff thread color
Cuff thread color
Select the ideal cuff stitch color to offset patterns, colors, buttons, or anything else you can imagine.
Collar thread color
Collar thread color
Select the ideal collar stitch color to offset patterns, colors, buttons, or anything else you can imagine.
Body thread color
Body thread color
Select the ideal shirt body stitch color to offset patterns, colors, buttons, or anything else you can imagine.
Extra button Options
Main button Options

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