Oxford & Pinpoint Fabrics
Oxford fabric has a basketweave construction and is usually associated with casual shirts while Pinpoint is characterised by a small dot or pin effect and is more formal. Both fabrics are available in plains and designs.
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Pinpoint is often associated with the popular Oxford fabric because of how it’s made. Like the Oxford fabric, pinpoint has an under, over weave, which gives the fabric texture and subtle shine. The difference, however, lies in the thickness and weight of the yarns used to create pinpoint fabric. The result: A higher thread count and lighter finer weave than Oxford fabric – helping create that formal and fabulous finish.
One of the best things about pinpoint cloth is its versatility. Unlike most fabrics, which are usually suited to just one or two looks, pinpoint is ideal for the majority of your day-to-day scenarios. With features similar to both poplin and Oxford fabric, pinpoint is an ideal choice for work, sociable events, and more formal affairs. What’s more, it can be worn under a suit or on its own – either way you’re bound to look good.
The pinpoint and Oxford shirts are easy to look after and easy to wear. They hang well, don’t wrinkle too easily and are opaque. In fact, you needn’t consider any other type of shirt!