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March 18, 2013  ·  style

Tattersall Shirts For Spring

If you've been spoiled by made-to-measure shirts, you know the turnaround can be a few weeks. Which means it's time to get your spring/summer orders in. Most of us probably have plenty of basic stripes, traditional plaids and ginghams, so for something a little different consider Tattersall. Traditionally a fabric of the British country gentleman, and often seen in the fall with tweed and corduroy, in its brighter-hued incarnations it makes a great warm weather fabric due to the white-heavy open pattern—classically, a grid of stripes alternating between two colours. Go for lighter colours, and a stripe thickness closer to gingham than to graph paper. Shown: some affordable options from Luxire and MyTailor.

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