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No this brand is way older than her and older than me, my father and grandfather. Very few people still know this brand. I am in Smashville and they said they were opening Oxford Shop. I was so excited. But when I got there they did not even have one Oxford items. They had all kinds of things I don't like and never heard about. Not the the items ugly as hell the prices were on top of the earth. You want the I things that go back like Allan Edmond and Johnston and Murphy.
Hi Ashley, your link for the Oxford button down appears to go to a different shirt than the ones you use on the models. Is the non-iron button down you appear to use acceptable (even though not oxford cloth)?
there is a picture of Jonah Hill after he lost weight I think he may be at the airport and he's wearing a leather jacket can you look at for that picture and tell me what kind of jacket or what style that is called please thank you you're awesome
try everthingbespoke.co.uk for really good made to measure shirts made in far east in about a month or less sometimes.
They are very adaptable and following yoiur specific instructions carefully. Their site is easy to use too. I go for tap collar shirts with 2.25" spread; unfused 3.5" long roll collar shirts and finally 3.5" spread unfused - 3.5" straight 1940's style collar all for a very reasonable sum. Their oxford range is sadly limited (but white is tops) , but plenty of stripes, broadcloths & end of end. I have no vested interest but just letting you guys know you dont just have to go to expensiver Mercer & Sons etc.
The X Small Uniqlo button down oxford used to be my go to button down dress shift, but now they've made them much longer. Alas, now I don't know where to pick up super affordable and well fitting oxfords. Zara? J.Crew? : http://www.businessinsider.com/uniqlo-made-a-tiny-change-to-its-most-popular-shirt-and-fans-are-furious-2016-2.
One of the biggest practical differences between dress shirts and Oxford shirts is that dress shirts will typically have stiffer collars to hold up against ties, whereas Oxford shirts are typically not worn with ties and use the same material on the collar as the rest of the shirt.
No, that is an insult to this brand. This is old school British main brand. It's just like gold and daimond we talk about it but the day we see it we don't know it. They have many brands out there from back in the day and their prices are way too low as people don't Hunt them down, either people have forgotten or they don't know them. Have heard if Cardigan or Footjoy Pepsi. I have my Saxon and Church of England shoes. Pringle is another great button down shirt. Daks of London and many more brands I can go check in my closet. It amazes me how a no name brand and a very young brand cost too much than original. Trust me some of the new brands you Wash them a few times they are gone. I told someone but they didn't believe me and now they regret it. Brands I like have stood the test of time. They range all the way back to the 1600. You think that's too old. Put on your outfit and let do my thing. I get a kick out of it. When warring nice I see lots if guys running away or they will keep looking at my shoe and I be mumbling keep your head up damit. I do odd jobs and working around people with long and sofisticated titles. I wish I could make a movie out of it
Hey Ashley Weston, I am wondering on what situations you can wear the Oxford shirt.
I like to you wear Oxford Shirt Casually but I have a fear of being overdressed and cirize on how I should wear the outfit.
Great video, I tend to have trouble finding shirts. I always see them in M L or XL. I'm a slim fit 36 /37 with a 16 neck. L fit in the waist but not the arms. XL fit in the arms but not the neck and waist. Tailoring ends up being too expensive or has too much fabric to take off. Any suggestions, I've been trying to find an Oxford that fits but doesn't break the bank. Thanks!
Hey Ashley, i am from KUWAIT where the weather is crazy in summer, Today 118f yes we live in oven but we used to it :) any way what do you recommend in this weather in term of tops.. for me (lenin, oxford, vnick and polos) what do you think?
And please talk about broad body with tan skin color what the best color and what suit them the best in term of clothes
i subscribed yesterday and already in love with you :)
What's your opinion on oxford shirts and polo shirts from Polo Ralph Lauren? I have broad shoulders, a small waist and a decent amount of muscle, and I find that they fit great. Is there any brands that might be similar or better in quality and/or fit?
So i watched this video of yours. I think hmmm I go to my closet and pull down my two white dress shirts I never wear.. No wonder, they fit like crap! I toss em in the Goodwill bag ( btw the Goodwill bag grows every time I watch one of your videos).
2 days later I'm at the store and a white button down Oxford catches my eye, try it on and I fits like it was tailored $21.00 . I've worn it just about every way you've recommended and I get a compliment each time.
I really like your timeless outfit styles, I'm 50 years old and about 20 Years older than my co- workers and they (now) tell me how well put together I am.. You rock Ashley !
so...Ive been trying to follow your advice..I bought the dark wash jeans using your fitting tips.. bought some white and light blue dress shirts.. some white runners (converse low tops) also bought the grey ones. but, maybe you can help me with this, I went to "Moores" suits store and asked them for a white oxford button down shirt and he said, "they don't even make those anymore...cause they're were out of style 10 years ago.."
+Ashley Weston oh. alrighty. funny thing yesterday..was at a high end men's clothing store. lady started telling me she doesn't have any "oxford style" white shirts. I said, "isn't oxford referring to the material of the shirt? as in 'oxford cotton"? she said no. "ots a style of shirt."
Then I left. quickly.
+Ashley Weston I will do that. thanks. because I've been to like 10 men's clothing stores and when I ask for a "white oxford button down" shirt they look at me like I asked for a boot full of ice cream. I found one that is kinda like that at the bay...but I'm guessing you have some kind of wink and a nudge with brooks brothers. so I will definitely order from there cause your videos have helped me a great deal. even though I still feel out of place...thanks for the guidance!
I've been wearing OCBD shirts since the 90's, so I'm a OCBD addict, and I totally agree with everything you said in this video. My favourite OCBD shirts are from Brooks Brothers, GAP (Modern Oxford) which is sadly discontinued and GANT! J.Crew used to be good choice back in the 2000's before the release of the Modern Oxford from the GAP. The GAP's Modern Oxford is very classic with iconic Ivy League styling such as back collar button, locker loop and box pleat. It is a copy of GANT OCBD which invented the locker loop and back collar button. Though the collar of the GAP's Modern Oxford is smaller than Brooks Brothers, it's still very 1960's Ivy League styling which is exactly like Steve McQueen's navy OCBD shirt worn with his tweed blazer. I am a very firm believer of the rear back button for a OCBD shirt because it's keep the collar in place. If you choose to wear a tie with a OCBD shirt, you're telling the world that you're very Ivy League in styling as it is very John F. Kennedy. OCBD shirts are also naturally wrinkle resistant and I have never in my life ironed an OCBD shirt. Since GAP doesn't sell the Modern Oxford anymore, I would only recommend Brooks Brothers (invented the OCBD shirt) and GANT(invented the rear collar button and locker loop) and box pleat. Brooks Brothers is always more serious and traditonal looking for their regular line for OCBD (big collars), though the Red Fleece is more youthful and collegiate (smaller collar). GITMAN OCBD shirts are good too but they're expensive since they're made in the USA (heritage brand) and they're just like GAP's discontinued Modern Oxford! The way you dressed the model is slick and I give it a thumbs up!