Spread – The most versatile collar. Looks good with or without a suit jacket.
Widespread – More aggressive than the normal spread. Looks great with a tie. Best for dressier occasions.
Pinpoint – The All-American collar. This wouldn’t be our first choice… But if you pke it, then that’s cool!
Button Down – Great for shirts worn without a jacket. A more casual collar for pfe in or outside the office.
Mini spread collar – The spread collar with an inch taken off. A contemporary twist on a classic.
Mini button down – A modern perspective on the button down. We’d recommend this for the weekend or after work party.
Mini Button Down
Single-button Barrel – This is the most versatile cuff. The majority of shirts are single barrel.
Double-button Mitered – This cuff is a little more contemporary. Recommended for guys that are fashion forward.
French – The dressier option. These cuffs are worn with cufflinks. Definite recommendation for anything formal.
Single Button Barrel
Double Button Mitered
Pockets can be cool, they can also be for geeks. Generally, the more casual a shirt is the more accepted it is for a pocket. If you’re dressing a shirt up Woodies would never recommend a pocket.
Want to make a statement? Add a monogram to the outside of your shirt for another level of personalization.
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Gingham has been a longtime staple of men's shirting, and this shirt will surely become a staple in your wardrobe. 100% premium cotton.
Popular Customizations – spread collar, single button barrel cuff, no pocket.
100% cotton. Broadcloth with 50s single ply weaving.
We stand for quality, and no detail in production is overlooked. Our talented team of tailors hand sews each garment, and a separate team checks for any imperfections.
If you’re not 100% happy with your Woody we’ll alter or remake it – on us.
At Woodies our priority is making the perfect garments, made to fit you. If on your first order there are any adjustments that need to be made, we’ll take care of them. We have a knowledgeable crew who will walk you through the process. We’ll update your sizes and you’ll be ready for your next order.
Giving back is part of our culture at Woodies. A portion of the profits from every garment we make goes to The Foundation for The Education of Rural Children in Thailand.
With a few simple questions we’ll set up your size profile. We use advanced algorithms to calculate your sizes, and we guarantee a perfect fit.
Place the tape measure around the neck, where the collar would usually and comfortably fit. Depending on your preference we would recommend one or two fingers width between the tape measure and the neck. You can always use another shirt in your closet as a reference.
For this measurement you will need a partner. We measure sleeve length from the center point of the person’s neck down to their shoulder and extending down to the center part of a persons hand. Again if you would like grab a well fitting dress shirt from your closet as another reference.
This measurement is taken from one end of the shoulders to the other. If you’re measuring your friend have him look forward with relaxed shoulders in natural stance. Start measuring from one end of the shoulder (at the shoulder seam of shirt) to the other end or seam of the shirt. Averages - S: Between 16-17″ M: Between 18-19″ L: Between 20-21″
The bicep measurement is taken around the fullest part of the arm. Refrain from the temptation of flexing to impress the measurer. This measurement happens about 2 inches down from the armpit.
This measurement will be taken at the fullest point of a person’s chest, usually around the nipples. Lift up your arms and wrap the tape measure around the back and to the front. Have the tape snug around your chest, but not tight. Resist the urge to flex. Advice: Avoid wearing thick layers for accurate measurement.
This measurement is taken around the fullest part of the stomach, usually at or around the belly button. Keep tape measure level at the back, and keep a nice, relaxed posture. Advice - Be natural. Don’t stick out or hold in your gut. Leave tape measure snug, but not tight
Place measuring tape around the fullest part of the bum. Make sure tape is parallel to the floor.
This measurement is taken from the base of the neck down to where you would like the shirt to end for most men this is about an inch from the bottom of the rear. If you would like grab a well fitting shirt from your closet as a reference. Here are the average lengths for dress shirts— S-30, M-31, L-32, XL-33
What size pants do you usually wear?
This measurement is taken around stomach where you would comfortably wear your pants. Do not be surprised if this measurement is at least 2.5” bigger than your “pant waist.”
This measurement is taken around the fullest part of your bum. Make sure the tape is parallel to the floor.
Grab your favorite pair of pants and measure from the cross section of the crotch seam, up to the top of the front waistband.
Grab your favorite pair of pants and measure from the cross section of the crotch seam, up to the top of the rear waistband. The back rise should be a couple inches longer than the front rise.
This measurement is taken around the fullest part of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure is parallel to the floor.
Grab your favorite pair of pants and lay the bottom cuff flat. Run a tape measure along the cuff. Take that measurement and double (x2).
What size inseam do you usually wear?
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