What weave/fabric of dress shirts do you like? - Page 2
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I see that this is ancient necro thread, but as I didn't chime in during its first incarnation, I might as well do so now:
End-on-end is my favourite shirt weave for solid colours, and broadcloth/poplin for patterned shirts. Oxford for casual shirts can obviously be nice too. To answer printyra's question, for me, poplin solids can sometimes look a bit drab/flat. End-on-end gives them just enough interest in the weave to look like they have some visual life, at least for me.
I really don't like twill or royal oxford at all, though in theory I wouldn't object to a brushed twill for an autumnal casual checked shirt. Herringbone looks nice in isolation but I have trouble pairing herringbone shirts, so don't get them any more.