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A shirt is (dress shirt American English) a cloth garment with a collar, sleeves with cuffs, and a full vertical opening with buttons or snaps for the upper body.
Camp shirt – a loose, straight-cut, short sleeved shirt or blouse with a simple placket front-opening and a “camp collar”.
Dress shirt – shirt with a formal collar, a full-length opening at the front from the collar to the hem and sleeves with cuffs.
Collars Windsor collar or spread collar – a dressier collar designed with a wide distance between points to accommodate the windsor knot tie.
Tab collar – a collar with two small fabric tabs that fasten together behind a tie to maintain collar spread.
Wing collar – best suited for the bow tie, often only worn for very formal occasions.
Straight collar – or point collar, a version of the windsor collar that is distinguished by a narrower spread to better accommodate the four-in-hand knot, pratt knot, and the half-windsor knot. A moderate dress collar.
Button-down collar – A collar with buttons that fasten the points or tips to a shirt. The most casual of collars worn with a tie.
Pockets – how many (if any), where, and with regard to closure: not closable, just a flap, or with a button or zipper.
Fabrics Main fibres used are natural fibres like linen, hemp, cotton, ramie, wool, silk and recently bamboo or soya. Some synthetic fibres are polyester, tencel, viscose, etc. Polyester mixed with cotton (poly-cotton) is often used. The main weaves fabrics are plain weave, oxford, twill and satin. Broadcloth, poplin and end-on-end are variations of the plain weave