The modern men's shirt has very ancient origins and was born as an undergarment.
Until the end of the nineteenth century the shirt was the symbol of comfort and only the wealthiest people could afford to wash them frequently.
Behind this garment there are a thousand stories and curiosities that have made the men's shirt a true myth.
Materials, fit and details are the main protagonists that give soul to the favorite item of clothing of the Gentlemen .
The shape of the collar is a very important hallmark of the style of each shirt that expresses the character and tastes of the wearer.
Let's analyze the three best known hills:
The neck par excellence in the Italian style. It is immediately recognized by the more closed ends.
Shirts with Italian collar are characterized by their extreme versatility, preferring the smaller tie knots.
Definitely a refined and contemporary choice. The French collar has points that open towards the shoulders and goes perfectly with a Windsor knot, half Windsor is also very interesting worn open without a tie.
The perfect compromise between the French and the Italian neck. The two points open towards the shoulders with more moderation. We can therefore define it as a very versatile collar that perfectly matches all the knots of the tie.