|Removable collar stays |
Collar stays stop collars from rolling in at the points. Our collar stays come inserted into their own individually stitched pocket.
The yoke is the back panel below the collar that can be constructed from a single piece of fabric or ‘split’ with a seam and cut on an angle.
Extra fabric may be added in the back by joining two folded edges (the pleats) together in the centre.
The placket is a narrow piece of cloth where you button the shirt. This can be sewn on separately or constructed from the actual body of the shirt.
The gauntlet is a sleeve placket added as a separate piece of cloth at the cuff and reinforced. A small button is placed at the mid-point of the gauntlet to create a clean line down the arm.
Optional fabric darts nip the shirt in at all the right places for a slim, tailored silhouette.
During the cutting stage, all the critical points on each shirt panel are individually matched to give perfect symmetry to stripe and check shirts.
Rigorous quality checks are carried out at all stages of the manufacturing process with final checks made at the pressing and packing stage.
The trademark red button
You can always spot a Joe Button shirt on the street. The last button on every Joe Button shirt is red and the button hole is stitched horizontally.
At Joe Button, our shirts are made of two-fold 80s and two-fold 100s cotton from Britain, France, Italy and Switzerland.
| Poplin |
A durable, medium weave, which includes fine ribbing from side to side. It allows for maximum breathability and softness and is characteristically smooth, crisp and clean.
Is lightweight, yet well-wearing fabric with a similar appearance to denim. It is soft and smooth with a slight luster.
The weaves of this fabric are slightly raised, resulting in greater texture than a plain weave shirt.
How to wash your dress shirt
How to iron your dress shirt
How to dry clean your dress shirt