Button-Up • A shirt that closes via a vertical column of buttons at the front. It’s an absolute must-have for every man out there. They’re quintessential dress shirts for men, and a staple at work and events.
Henley • A short- or long-sleeved pullover shirt, henleys button at the neck, and have a placket and a rounded neckline to match. They’re a classic among casual shirts for men.
Polo • A short-sleeved, pullover shirt. They’re usually made of cotton or cotton-like knit, and have a sporty, turnover collar. Polo shirts are endlessly functional, and are a mainstay in modern casual sportswear. Think: tennis and golf.
Tee • The most basic of the shirts. Tees (or T-shirts) have no collar, no placket, and are made with lighter fabrics. Whether they’re solid or with graphics, short-sleeve or long-sleeve, crew- or v-necks, they’re a cornerstone of every man’s closet.
Blazer • A sports jacket that features a lapel, a two- or three-button closure, and a vent at the back. When it comes to jackets for men, blazers are here to stay and come in all shapes and sizes, with plenty of details to consider. Luckily, we make it easy to choose.
Bomber • A casual jacket with a banded collar and waist. Inspired by the heritage of aerial combat, the bomber is overtaking all other jackets as the current king of outerwear. Spoiler alert: it looks great with khakis.
Hoodie • Add a hood and a kangaroo pocket to a sweatshirt, and you’ve got yourself a hoodie. Some zip all the way up the front; some pop over.
Sweatshirt • A long-sleeved pullover usually made of soft, absorbent cloth, sweatshirts used to be reserved for going to or from your workout, or lounging on the weekends. They’re usually knitted or crocheted; but if it’s knit without sleeves, call it a sweater-vest. Crewneck sweaters are especially popular, and pair effortlessly with khaki pants. Now, they’re an integral part of day-to-day style, and often pretty damn elevated.