Bespoke Tailored Oxford Shirts
The oxford shirt has long been an essential part of the a man’s wardrobe. Originally made in the 19th century by Scottish fabric mills, the oxford shirt is one of four shirt fabrics named after universities. The others—Yale, Cambridge and Harvard—have long since ceased to be produced.
Defined strictly by the oxford weave, a basket-weave pattern that combines two yarns woven lengthwise against a heavier yarn crosswise (oftentimes in a different color to give it a distinctive pattern), or vice-versa, the oxford shirt is easily recognizable. Although some of these shirts are now made with other synthetic fabrics, the look and essence of the original oxford is still present. Oxford shirts frequently, but not always, have button-down collars.
If you are an existing customer of Raj Mirpuri, you can now order your bespoke shirts online with the knowledge that they will fit you perfectly.
We have kept your paper pattern, so all you need to do is select the fabric you would like and approximately three weeks later your shirts will be either be available for you to collect at one of our stores or can be sent directly to you.
Not an existing customer? Then click here to make an appointment to visit us at one of our stores. All we need is about 15 minutes to take your measurements and discuss your requirements.