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My favourite shirt is an Oxford - it's heavy, looks much more expensive than it is, and just fits really nice . I feel bloody good when I wear it, which is a litmus test for any bit of clothing I reckon. Joe Barnes - FHM Editor. Which shirt are you? #WSAY
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The Thomas Pink cheeky fox has picked his three favourite shirt wearers for last week’s Which Shirt Are You? Competition #WSAY

See what the cheeky fox will choose next week. Join us again next Tuesday. Competition is now open. www.whichshirtareyou.com
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Slim fit floral shirt with slim black tie and pin. Which shirt are you? #wsay
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Casual but perfect style in classic white shirt, slim black tie and relaxed jacket. Which shirt are you? #wsay
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My favourite shirt is a beautiful brushed white cotton button down. That said, I got annoyed with it recently and decided to cut the collar off. This may sound a little drastic, but I struggle to wear a traditional spread or pointed collar on a shirt unless I'm wearing a suit, which isn't that regular an occurrence. I now cut the collars off the majority of my shirts. Or I just buy shirts with a granddad collar…which probably makes more sense. - Teo van den Broeke, +Esquire UK.  Which shirt are you? #WSAY  
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Blue pin-stripe Winchester with pastel tie and tie-pin. Which shirt are you? #wsay
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The shirt should be fitted so you’re not wearing an unflattering smock of billowing fabric. But not too fitted – you need freedom of movement and you don’t want to be busting those buttons. It must be well ironed – collars that curl make my nostrils follow suit. The proportions of the shirt collar should agree with those of the tie and lapel: so a more generously lapelled jacket requires a more substantial collar and tie.  When wearing a tie, do up your top button and make sure the knot covers it, and tuck it in. When not wearing a tie, no more than two buttons undone. Got that, Stringfellow? If you must monogram, be subtle about it: no-one likes a show-off. Lastly, if you own something you call a ‘party shirt’, you probably need to have a little word with yourself and check you’re not suffering a mid-life crisis. Dan Rookwood - US Editor, MR PORTER. Which shirt are you? #WSAY
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My favourite sort of shirt is a club collar tab fastening shirt - Scott Simpson, DJ & Model. Which shirt are you? #WSAY
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For me the perfect shirt is a crisp white cotton. It should be fitted close to the body without being restrictive and its collar should be stiff. The shirt should enhance everything else that you wear. It’s the basis of you look. Christian Day, Northampton Saints. Which shirt are you? #WSAY
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In our mission to find the greatest shirt wearers, Thomas Pink asked the #comedian Rufus Hound - which shirt are you? This was his brilliant reply. Never one to be shy. Which shirt are you? #wsay  

#Scoundrels +Scoundrels UK #RufusHound
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Every Thomas Pink shirt is an exercise in perfection. All our shirts have been crafted to the same exacting standards, keeping alive the impeccable heritage of London's Jermyn Street, home of traditional British shirt-making.

Constructed from the finest-quality two-fold cotton, immaculately cut and finished, Pink shirts are crisp, comfortable and look the part anywhere from the boardroom to the ballroom.