February 27, 2014
Woven shirts dominate the corporate market and have for decades.
Beyond a wide variety of basic options, suppliers introduce new styles every year with fashion details, expanded color options and performance technologies. And with unique features, such as wrinkle-resistant fabrics and curl-resistant collars, it’s easier than ever for professionals to look good while they work.
But plackets also have carved out a niche among professionals, no matter their work environments. Several lines of polos have outfitted workers who seek the cool comfort of their modern performance fabrics. From relaxed fits, and moisture-wicking and odor-control characteristics, to composition from recycled plastic bottles, it’s clear that these aren’t your granddad’s placket shirts. Moreover, these garments are becoming increasingly acceptable to wear from the golf course to the boardroom — and everywhere in between.
Please download the attached PDF to check out a sampling of placket and woven shirts from various industry suppliers.
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