The Sunday Sale: Get 20 Percent Off Your First Stylish Shirt at New York’s Le Alfre

Best men's Oxford shirt.

As we roll through another Sunday, let’s dive into how to get a deal on one of the best new men’s shirts, shall we? Perhaps you recognize today’s featured brand right from the get-go: That’d be NYC-based shirtmaker Le Alfré, an upstart brand founded by former Wall Street man Brandon Snower, as I talked about earlier this month on the blog.

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They’re surely a company worth knowing, seeing as they’re making some of the coolest new shirts for men. Before we go deeper into it, just know one thing: You can save 20 percent on your first purchase of a stylish new shirt from the brand, and all it takes is signing up to receive (relatively infrequent) E-mails from the company. Not bad, right? Now, onto business.

Best Oxford shirt for men.

The company works with some of the finest suppliers and factories across Europe, including a fine shirtmaker in Portugal, to produce its stylish, classic Oxford shirts for men. The shirts themselves are distinct and eye-catching, featuring a white contrast collar in a range of crisp, cool colors — think of Le Alfre Oxford shirts like an updated, more casual take on the classic, contrast-collar banker shirt.

These stylish Oxford shirts are best worn on their own untucked with your favorite pair of chinos (and perhaps a pair of Le Alfre loafers), but you can also team your new go-to shirt with dark denim and timeless chukka boots. Think of it like a happy medium between a traditional Oxford shirt and a more rugged chambray shirt, for example.

Part tailored jacket, part sweater, all versatility.

Le Alfre Oxford shirts go above and beyond typical shirting, including the use of Mother of Pearl buttons and 100 percent cotton construction. The next time you want to switch up your shirting rotation — and the next time you want to save 20 percent on your first purchase of a new shirt — head to Le Alfre (and thank me later).

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