Attention to the details is what determines the quality of a garment. Each The Oxford Tailor shirt consists of 23 components that are cut and assembled with exacting precision. The process involves 60 distinct operations that are checked at five critical inspection stations. Thanks to skilled designers, cutters and tailors, we have refined this technique and perfected our shirts over the course of a century.
A soft, comfortable collar. The collar and collar band under- go 25 separate operations to achieve a soft, comfortable fit. Pre-pressing and extra stitching prevent shape and finish from being altered by repeated laundering and ironing. At each stage of production, meticulous quality checks are performed, stitches measured and loose threads removed.
Vented cuffs with buttons and a special edging for extra strength.
Extra-soft interlinings in collar, cuffs and front placket. Differnt fabric lining or same fabric lining is up to your choice.
The sleeves are sewn on with single-needle stitching whereby each seam has at least six stitches per cm – elegant and with excellent durability.
All buttonholes are sewn with 66 stitches. 82 cm of thread is used for each buttonhole. Most buttons are hand-made from genuine, highest quality mother-of- pearl. For added strength, the buttons are sewn on in two distinct operations and have a wrapped neck.
Extra-fine stitching gives discreet seams and extra- long wear. Fine, double stitching produces optimum durability and elegant lap seams along the sides.
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