Hand-sewn, mismatched mother-of-pearl buttons
Silk-screened collar facing in linen (to hide the grime)
100% long staple Egyptian cotton, woven in Japan
Cut and sewn locally
14 stitches per inch
Oxford cloth is considered a more versatile weave that can be paired with either business or sporty dress codes. This style was popularized in Oxford, England, in the early 20th century by fashionable students. This heavy grade cotton cloth, originally ideal for summer suiting, is now favored for its more relaxed look; yet, one that can easily be made more formal.