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5 Essential Shirts for Men

Updated on August 10, 2016

There's one fashion item that will never go out of style: the t-shirt. That's because they're versatile and can be worn in many different ways—casually with your favorite pair of dark denim jeans or dressed up with a blazer and accessories. There are so many different types available in today's market. Some are classic and here to stay, while others can be just a fad. I've put together some men's shirts that are essential to any gentleman's wardrobe and are fashion pieces that are here to stay.

Sport Shirt from Ralph Lauren
Sport Shirt from Ralph Lauren

1. The Sport Shirt

Sport shirts have become increasingly popular with the corporate-casual dress code at work. They can be long or short sleeved, and made of cotton, or polyester, and everything in between. Most sports shirts are made with polyester for its lightweight and breathability qualities. They are also available in various colors and prints—which makes them ideal for any man.

Sport shirts are great because they can be worn with blazers, with jeans, under a v-neck sweater, etc. In general, they are versatile and allow guys to be expressive with prints and colors.

2. The Polo

Polo shirts are a casual short-sleeved cotton shirt with a collar and several buttons at the neck. It is one of the most versatile pieces a man can own and is an ideal summer staple in every gentleman’s closet.

In general, the polo shirt can now be seen as a popular informal attire in the business world. It's also a great company uniform shirt when embroidered with a company name or logo.

A well-known brand that produces high quality polo shirts is Lacoste! Although they may be on the pricey side, what they produce is high quality. The Lacoste L1212 Men's Short Sleeve polo shirt is available in a variety of colors and made of 100% cotton.

From Left to Right: Lacoste, Target, Nautica
From Left to Right: Lacoste, Target, Nautica

3. The V-Neck

This style isn't just for women! Throughout the years, the v-neck shirt has become increasingly popular in men's fashion. From low v-neck cuts to mini v-necks, this shirt is now a fashion staple in many men's wardrobes. They're an easy fashion option that can get you ready within minutes. This all-american, classic, laid back, and sophisticated garment can be purchased in an array of colors, styles, cuts, designs, fabrics, and more.

The v-neck cut gives the classic shirt a modern, stylish twist that will surely be a staple in the fashion world for years to come.

From Left to Right: Anvil, Old Navy, Lyst
From Left to Right: Anvil, Old Navy, Lyst

4. The Ringer Shirt

This is a classic, all-american shirt and a versatile piece that can be worn from season to season. With this style the jersey shirt fabric is one color, but the ribbing used for the collar and the sleeve bands are of a contrasting color.

These types of shirts are also perfect for screen printing, as it gives off a vintage/retro look. Most companies often use ringer shirts to screen print vintage logos of popular companies, old television shows, or movies.

From Left to Right: Anvil, Chinaprices.net, NYFifth Apparel
From Left to Right: Anvil, Chinaprices.net, NYFifth Apparel

5. The Basic Crew Neck

A basic crew neck shirt is perfect for almost any occasion. They can be worn casually or dressed up with a blazer for a night out on the town. This style is also great for imprinting! Graphic tees are often printed on basic crew neck t-shirts because they’re very easy to work with, and come in various colors and fabrics. This type of shirt style is a wardrobe must-have.

Where to Buy

Luckily, these types of shirts are available almost anywhere! From high brand names to everyday-type brands, these shirts can be purchased in the following stores:

Department Stores:

Popular Brands:

Custom Shirts:

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