MENSWEAR - SHIRTS
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” – Leonardo da Vinci
With all its different variations, the shirt is without a doubt the most versatile article of dress there is and can work across a whole spectrum of social settings.
Manesh Manolo’s bespoke shirts are accurately constructed to fit your physique, lifestyle and tastes; taking into consideration your measurements, posture, lifestyle, and habits to create a one-of-a-kind garment that will only fit you.
THE OFFICE SHIRT
THE SHORT SLEEVED SHIRT
THE LINEN SHIRT
THE OXFORD BUTTON DOWN SHIRT
THE CHAMBRAY SHIRT
THE DENIM SHIRT
THE DRESS SHIRT
THE FLANNEL SHIRT
THE CUBAN COLLAR SHIRT
The Inside Story
Skilfully Crafted Patterns
The pattern is the blueprint for a shirt. Our patterns are accurately designed, tested and refined to ensure a modern silhouette and precise fit.
Each shirt is cut individually by hand in order to match the check or stripe of the fabric across as many seams as possible.
Hand Turned Collars
We pay special attention to ensure that our collars stand upright no matter the occasion. Our collars are hand-trimmed and turned for best results.
Unfused and Fused Linings
Collar interlinings control the character of a collar, and we employ a variety of different interlinings to ensure that we can realize different types of shirts.
22 Stitches Per Inch
Hand Finished Monograms
Our hand embroidered monograms add a personalized touch to your bespoke creations.
Mother Of Pearl Buttons
We use Mother of Pearl buttons for a luxurious final touch on all our shirts
We construct all our shirts using single-needle French Seams, sewn with 22 stitches per inch for maximum seam strength and an incredibly fine appearance.
Manesh made my wedding even more special. Him and his team made my and the groomsmen attire for a beautiful beach wedding at Friday's in Boracay.
From start to finish his service was exceptional. He understands what styles and colors work, down to the finest details of the buttons for the shirt and waistcoat.
Great job Manesh Manolo!
– Stephen Hewitt