Mott & Bow Oxford Shirts

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Style

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For most men, Oxford shirts are a necessary part of life. Worn properly, they look good, act comfortably as either an undershirt for a sport coat or simply on their own, and are made from reliable materials that won’t wear and tear over time. So if you’re looking to pick up a couple pairs yourself, we highly suggest you start and end your search with Mott & Bow.

Made from 100 percent cotton sourced from Italy’s famous Albini Mill, each Mott & Bow Oxford Shirt boasts all the makings of a luxury dress shirt without the infamous price tag. That’s because Mott & Bow effectively cuts out the middleman by selling these shirts directly to you and not through a separate retailer. It’s how you’re able to get a a slim fitting, handsome Oxford that’s engineered to be the perfect length for either tucked or untucked wear and boasts a strategic button placement at both the bottom of the shirt and around the neck to avoid constraint. Choose from a variety of colors and from either their button down or semi spread silhouettes depending on your style.

Purchase: $89

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