Henley Shirt Trends

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The Henley shirt is a popular collarless pullover type shirt with a 4-6" placket beneath the neckline, usually having 2-5 buttons. It is something like a deep V-neck with buttons so that you can adjust the depth. They come in short or long sleeve styles, and can be found in almost any fabric, although cotton and thermals are the most popular. Henleys have previously been much more common in menswear, but there are now gaining popularity with women as well. Many styles come in unisex versions as well.

The term 'Henley' comes from the town of Henley-on-Thames in England. The Henley shirt was the traditional uniform of the rowers in that town decades ago. It has since become a popular fashion style around the world. Initially gaining popularity in the early 1970's, the Henley has recently made a big fashion comeback in Western countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada. It has also gained some traction in Eastern countries like Japan and Korea.

The Henley is a very versatile shirt style that can be worn by itself, or layered with other clothes. Henley thermals are very popular right now among men and women. Henley t-shirts are also a great option and can work as an alternative to a traditional v-neck shirt. While there tends to be more selection for men, many brands are moving into Henley womens fashions as well. Brands like American Apparel have embraced the Henley and offer unisex versions of most styles.

If you're looking for something out of the ordinary to add to your wardrobe and set yourself apart, look no further. The Henley is a unique style that has lasted the test of time. Whether you're looking for a casual daytime look, or a night out on the town, the Henley is a versatile piece that looks great for any occasion. Look for them in your favorite brands such as Guess, Lucky, American Apparel, and many more.
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This article was published on 2011/01/26