With warmer weather now on our doorsteps, we can transition from layering up to shirts and jeans or chinos and, if like us here at The Status Life, you like to regularly make new additions to your shirting options, now is the perfect time to get your hands on some more. Taylor Stitch are one of the very best when it comes to men’s shirts so check out our pick of 8 of their finest for spring / summer below:
The Short Sleeve Jack in Natural Seersucker | $98
True to its name, Taylor Stitch’s signature shirt has proven to be a real Jack of all trades; taking on a wide array of materials and colourways with aplomb. This Short Sleeve Natural Seersucker version ($98) is no exception. While it’s designed with warm weather in mind, Taylor Stitch have preserved all of the hard wearing vibes that have kept The Jack at the centre of their shirting lineup for well over a decade. They have shortened the hem to be worn untucked for that billowy beach vibe, but the signature button down collar, impeccably tailored fit and clean, pleatless design mean it can clean up nicely when it’s time to shake the sand out of your hair and head to dinner.
The Moto Shirt in Orange Plaid | $128
Boasting a robust, no-nonsense triple-needle chainstitch construction and lock-stitched buttons and buttonholes—not to mention some nice heft—this edition of The Moto Shirt from Taylor Stitch ($128) is ideal as a cozy, hard-wearing overshirt or mid-layer. This awesome Orange Plaid finish packs some serious punch, so it’ll leave an unforgettable impression even if it’s flying by at 95 mph. Taylor Stitch’s signature California collar and classic cat’s eye buttons round out the package.
The Western Shirt in Washed Denim | $125
Not many pieces of apparel on Taylor Stitch’s roster pack as potent a visual punch as The Western Shirt, and that goes double for this classic Washed Denim colorway that we’re loving here at The Status Life. Vintage-inspired details like slanted chest pockets, genuine YKK snaps, and an antique brass concho-style top button really add to the lived-in look of the material, lending this edition of The Western some awesome old-school character. Responsibly Built—and ready to ride—For the Long Haul.
The California in Astoria Plaid | $125
The California Shirt from Taylor Stitch uses 4-oz cotton and no-nonsense craftsmanship for a lightweight feel that’s robust enough for year round wear. Conventional cotton production is to blame for about 25% of the world’s pesticide usage, but this 100% organic stuff doesn’t use a single drop. Not to mention what it saves on water. Finished with Taylor Stitch’s signature California collar, a measured hem that looks great tucked or untucked, and a single rounded chest pocket, the California in Astoria Plaid is a laid back looker with surprising work ethic and world class Responsibility.
The Chore Shirt in Natural Herringbone | $135
Taylor Stitch may have begun as a shirting company, but they’ve earned something of a reputation for their high quality workwear over the years. Just about everything on their digital shelves is as rugged as they come, but pieces like The Chore Shirt take things to a whole new level with construction bordering on the obsessive and best-in-class materials. Wherever you work—studio, garage, or out in the field—The Chore Shirt belongs in your toolkit that’s for sure.
The Division Shirt in Indigo Twill | $128
Weighing in at 10-oz., The Division Shirt from Taylor Stitch is heftier than your average button up, making it the ideal companion for the colder nights this spring. They have reinforced its cuffs, collar, and pocket flaps with a blend of polyester and cotton for some extra structure, and rounded the package out with some striking tonal buttons. This 100% organic cotton twill’s texture is incredible right out of the box, but it’ll really start to shine after it’s seen some action out in the field.
The Yosemite Shirt in Forest | $98
This hearty, mid-weight flannel chamois is incredibly soft to the touch made using 100% organic cotton. The same no-nonsense features you’ve come to expect—two flap chest pockets, Taylor Stitch’s California-style collar, and heavy-duty construction—make this handsome Forest edition of The Yosemite an easygoing everyday garment that you can count on for years to come.
The Short Sleeve Hawthorne in Navy Dobby | $125
With its elegant front placket, easy-going camp collar (meant to be worn open, of course) and a hefty helping of personality, The Short Sleeve Hawthorne from Taylor Stitch is a cherished and long standing springtime tradition. While its shorter hem and lightweight feel keep things cool and breezy, The Short Sleeve Hawthorne is made to the same unwavering standards as the rest of the San Francisco brand’s rugged roster. This rich Navy Dobby colorway boasts an unbelievable hand feel that will develop some awesome character with each wash and wear.