About The Henley Shirt

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Henley shirts are a type of shirt that originated from England decades ago. They were a traditional uniform for the rowers in the town of Henley-on-Thames. But that was the past. These days, the Henley shirt is a fashionable style that has made a huge fashion comeback since it first gained popularity in the 1970's. The Henley is characterized by a 4-6" placket on the neckline of the collar. There are usually 2 to 5 buttons in place so that you can choose how deep it goes. In this way, it is somewhat like a collarless polo shirt.

Henley shirts come in a variety of styles and materials. Cotton and cotton-polyester blends are most common. They can be found in long sleeve, short sleeve, and thermal styles. The thermal Henley is one of the most popular. The style is similar to a v-neck, which has also gained popularity, although the Henley lets the wearer choose how deep the collar goes. The Henley also layers well with other shirts and sweaters which makes it very versatile.

While the Henley is more commonly a menswear item, women's versions have also been coming out as it gains popularity. There are also unisex brands like American Apparel where there is no difference between the men's and women's shirts. Some of the major brands that highly the Henley are Guess, Lucky, American Apparel, and other high fashion designers.

Henley shirts are also featured among Hollywood. One of the most famous is likely from the show 'Dexter' where the main character often wears a military green Henley thermal. This style is similar to the American Apparel Baby Henley thermal shirt.

If you're looking to add some variety to your wardrobe, look no further than the Henley. It's the perfect addition to any outfit whether you're going out on the town or just lounging around. Kick your style up a notch with Henley fashion.
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This article was published on 2011/01/26