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End-on-end is both a great Rites of Spring record and one of our favorite shirting fabrics, created by alternating white and colored yarns in a traditional poplin weave. It gives a very cool, very subtle heathered effect to a solid color, and it makes for a beautiful dress shirt. This one's got a modified spread collar with lightweight, fused interlining to lend some structure. (A little inside baseball: the collar point length is designed to sit in perfect harmony with the widths of our ties and our jacket lapels, all 8cm exactly.) Our Slim Fit has a trimmer body and sleeve than our Standard, plus a higher armhole and our usual long-enough-to-stay-tucked-in shirttail. It's a good choice for guys with narrower shoulders and those who prefer a closer-to-the-body shape. Otherwise, the details are the same: single-needle stitching, 22 stitches/inch, flat-felled seams, and thick, 3.5mm Trocas shell buttons. And while they're designed to look fantastic with a tie, all of our dress shirts can be opened up and worn more casually — in fact, on weekends, we wear them as sport shirts.
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“While you probably could theoretically wear a blue shirt to a formal function or a funeral, white is usually better. But for everything else, light blue is an automatic yes. I would throw in the slightly darker Blue End-on-End. The way the white and blue yarns alternate alternate gives a very cool visual texture to the color.”Read more