Shirt Weaving Techniques

Hold across a collarless interlining (interlining between the outer and inner part of the cervix) is soft and is therefore reserved for more casual moments.
A collar with a heat-bonded interlining is the most rigid (which can sometimes be uncomfortable) and will be slightly warmer, but easier to iron. Finally, a collar with one hand up interlining is the most natural construction, and most characteristic of large blouses.

Overall, we will avoid too casual collars (as buttoned), and formal dress with check shirts (broken, especially reserved for galas and weddings) and the club, more sophisticated.

Wrists

The facts are simple: wrists often reflect the pass. On Hast shirts, you have a semi cutaway collar and rather modern beveled cuffs that are somewhat similar.
The wrists are more important than we think: they become a real point of attention when you speak with a minimum of body language, moving arms.
ideally, if you take a shirt tailored, the wrist length must be proportional to the total length of your arms

Weaving

The cotton poplin

Poplin is a tight and cotton plain weave, slightly inclined. It comes from Avignon, which was the seat of the Popes for a century, during the Great Schism. So his name refers and is very close to papeline.
A united fiber implies that the son of warp and weft spend one below the other alternatively and regularly, without drawing special reasons: it is the sweetest the more formal and more silky.

The oxford

The oxford uses a heavier fabric with a rough texture, but that will be more durable. More chain son pass under the same number of weft son. . The warp son are colored and white frame of film. These shirts come from sports, are obviously less dressed (unless the shirt is really a very formal construction).

The wire to wire

The material has a rather tight weave alternating colored thread and white thread: warp yarn is colored and the weft thread is always white.
It’s just like poplin. It has a tile effect of light and a silky texture.
This is exactly what manufacturing process that is used for chambray

Reasons

To play it safe, we will remain on the most simple patterns with solid colors.
Avoid complicated patterns so the multicolored plaid.