There are just a few few check patterns that are still widely used in menswear today. There’s plaid, which most closely resembles tartan. On the preppier end of the pattern spectrum, gingham is a much more kitsch, monotone check laid against a white background. Prince of Wales is the antithesis of Buffalo, a dapper, smarter check made of large squares and more frequently seen in tailoring, lending a dandier, more refined appearance. Buffalo is that most lumberjack-reminiscent, rugged workwear check that provides a more casual, edgy style.
This season you can wear a plethora of shirts in check patterns which are timeless and a perfect melange of casual and formal style. From reversible shirts to a variety of check patterns, this year is all about check patterns! In different shades of navy blue, grey, red and other similar tones. The designs are always a good choice to let loose in since the quality and durability of a check shirt in a premium fabric will handle all the parties, hikes, pints, and dinner parties that a festive period will throw at you. It’s laidback, easy to style, and undoubtedly has a place in every man’s wardrobe
Male Check Shirt Style Tips – A man’s wardrobe must-haves include a check shirt. There are numerous ways to wear it for both daytime and night time events. It comes in a variety of colours and can be worn year-round in flannel or fleece in the winter or cotton in the summer. Checkered shirts are a fantastic way to inject some personality and character into your outfit. Whether you choose to dress up or keep it casual, they are ideal for every occasion.
No man should or can avoid having a check shirt in his closet. They come in a variety of colours and patterns and will definitely raise your level of style. Checkered shirts accentuate a person’s personality, much like white shirts do. There is a wide range of styles even within the check shirt cosmos. Large-shaped check shirts are typically thought of as informal wear, while small-shaped check shirts are considered formal attire.
(Inputs by – Manjula Gandhi, Chief Product Officer (CPO), Numero Uno Clothing)