7 Shirts To Get You Through the Week


Do you have your weekly shirt lineup on lock? We’ve got your 7-day shirt guide to get you through every day of the week and every event on the schedule.

Keep reading to see 7 days worth of shirts.

Monday: Stretch Button-down

Time to get back to the 9-to-5 grind? Step into the office with a stretch button-down shirt for max versatility to take you from a lunch meeting with your boss to dinner with the family.

Tuesday: Long Sleeve Pullover

Consider this your secret weapon in the colder months. Layer it under a heavyweight button-down (like a twill or denim one) for extra warmth or wear it on its own under a hoodie for when casual comes calling.

Wednesday: Mock neck sweater

A sweater that can do both. Equal parts casual and ready for your next meeting, wear your mock neck sweater over a polo, a button-down or even a crew neck tee. All are fair game with this easy-to-wear staple.

Thursday: Classic Polo

Go straight from the links to the kid’s soccer game in a classic polo. Pair this classic staple with a color-coordinated belt and shoe combo for a day at the office or date night.

Friday: Plaid button-down

Lumber into Friday with a casual plaid button-down. Try out a double denim look with a pair of jeans and a jean jacket for a night out with the guys, or put plaid in place of your regular oxford shirt during the work day.

Saturday: Zip-up hoodie

The weekend is calling and it’s ready for a hoodie. Take it easy this weekend and put a simple zip-up hoodie into the mix. You’ve got permission to wear sweatpants too.

Sunday: Long Sleeve Henley

Another weekend hero. Get a henley in your team’s favorite color (or just yours) and wear it with stretch chinos or a pair of well worn-in jeans for gameday.

Beat the Sunday scaries and make sure you have your Sunday henley ready to go. Take your style quiz and let your style expert know which shirts you need to add to your weekly lineup. Shipping and returns are always free.

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