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What is "Dress Shirt" - Definition & Explanation

Dress Shirt a man's shirt especially for wear with evening dress; broadly, a shirt suitable for wear with a necktie.
A dress shirt is a shirt that consists of a collar, allowing for the use of a necktie, and buttons down the front, as a basic definition. It is commonly thought of in fashion culture, that a shirt is defined as an item of formalwear or as a smart item of clothing. Dress Shirts are regularly worn by businessmen and by men to events which require a smarter alternative to a t-shirt.

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