Working from home or headed to the office, look no further than Charles Tyrwhitt for professional work shirts. They look fantastic with a tie in a meeting and just as good on their own on a video call. Go with a non-iron option for an always-flawless turnout. Explore classic white work shirts, subtle blues and pinks, and work-ready stripes and checks, to build a dashingly smart office look.
Raise your arm and bend it slightly at the elbow (like you're looking at your watch). Using a tape measure, start at the centre of your back, just below your collar. Measure from here to the end of your shoulder and note down the measurement. Next, measure from the peak of your shoulder to your elbow, and finally, measure from your elbow to your wrist (where you want your cuff to sit). Add all three measurements together to calculate your sleeve length.
Designed to be as versatile as possible, this shirt features a button-down collar with a long, shaped point; lending it a modern, business-casual look. On the front it has a French placket where the buttons fasten for a clean look, while the pure cotton pinpoint Oxford fabric adds subtle texture and softness.