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Shirts

Since 1899 Stenströms has crafted high-quality shirts. Today, over 100 years later, our reputation for unique quality has spread far beyond the country’s borders.

    85 products
      Color
      Pattern
      Style
Shirt White, French Cuffs
SlimlineShirt White, French Cuffs$240
Shirt In Superior Twill White
Fitted BodyShirt In Superior Twill White$235
Evening Shirt, Superior Twill White
Fitted BodyEvening Shirt, Superior Twill White$265
Shirt In Superior Twill White
SlimlineShirt In Superior Twill White$235
Shirt White, Extra Long Sleeves
SlimlineShirt White, Extra Long Sleeves$260
Shirt In Superior Twill White
ClassicShirt In Superior Twill White$235
Shirt With Kent Collar White
Fitted BodyShirt With Kent Collar White$235
White Shirt With Contrast
SlimlineWhite Shirt With Contrast$245
Shirt White, Extra Long Sleeves
Fitted BodyShirt White, Extra Long Sleeves$240
Tuxedo Shirt White Wing Collar
SlimlineTuxedo Shirt White Wing Collar$265
Shirt In Superior Twill White, Extra Long Sleeves
SlimlineShirt In Superior Twill White, Extra Long Sleeves$240
Shirt White, French Cuffs
Fitted BodyShirt White, French Cuffs$240
Evening Shirt White, Extra Long Sleeves
SlimlineEvening Shirt White, Extra Long Sleeves$270
Shirt In Superior Twill White
SlimlineShirt In Superior Twill White$235
Shirt White, Contrast
ClassicShirt White, Contrast$255
White Shirt Contrast Details
SlimlineWhite Shirt Contrast Details$245
Evening Shirt White
Fitted BodyEvening Shirt White$325
Tuxedo Shirt With Classic Collar White
Fitted BodyTuxedo Shirt With Classic Collar White$295
Shirt White, French Cuffs
ClassicShirt White, French Cuffs$240
Shirt White
SuperslimShirt White$235
Tuxedo Shirt With Classic Collar White
SlimlineTuxedo Shirt With Classic Collar White$295
Shirt White, Stretch
Fitted BodyShirt White, Stretch$275
Shirt In Textured Twill White
SlimlineShirt In Textured Twill White$295
Shirt Contrast White
Fitted BodyShirt Contrast White$255
Tuxedo Shirt White, Extra Long Sleeves
SlimlineTuxedo Shirt White, Extra Long Sleeves$330
Shirt Textured White
Fitted BodyShirt Textured White$295
Shirt In Pinpoint Oxford White
Fitted BodyShirt In Pinpoint Oxford White$255
Shirt White, Contrast
Fitted BodyShirt White, Contrast$255
Shirt With Contrast White, XL-sleeves
Fitted BodyShirt With Contrast White, XL-sleeves$295
White Tie Shirt With Wing Collar
SlimlineWhite Tie Shirt With Wing Collar$295
Tuxedo Shirt White Wing Collar
Fitted BodyTuxedo Shirt White Wing Collar$265
Shirt, Stretch White
SlimlineShirt, Stretch White$275
Shirt In Superior Twill White
New SlimlineShirt In Superior Twill White$245
Evening Shirt In Superior Twill White
SlimlineEvening Shirt In Superior Twill White$265
White Shirt w. Contrast
Fitted BodyWhite Shirt w. Contrast$285
Shirt Textured White
Fitted BodyShirt Textured White$275
Shirt WhiteContrast Collar
Fitted BodyShirt WhiteContrast Collar$255
Shirt With Contrast White
Fitted BodyShirt With Contrast White$255
Shirt w. Contrast Details
Fitted BodyShirt w. Contrast Details$245
Shirt In Pinpoint Oxford White
SlimlineShirt In Pinpoint Oxford White$255
Shirt White, French Cuffs
SuperslimShirt White, French Cuffs$240
Shirt Kent Collar White
SlimlineShirt Kent Collar White$235
White Tie Shirt With Wing Collar
ClassicWhite Tie Shirt With Wing Collar$295
Shirt White, Contrast
ClassicShirt White, Contrast$255
Shirt Contrast White
SlimlineShirt Contrast White$245
Tuxedo Shirt With Classic Collar White
SlimlineTuxedo Shirt With Classic Collar White$325
Evening Shirt White
SlimlineEvening Shirt White$295
Shirt In Textured Twill White
Fitted BodyShirt In Textured Twill White$275
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A brief history of the shirt

It is difficult to say exactly when the shirt, as we know it, originated. Certainly, shirt-like garments were worn as early as 700-800 B.C., mainly by the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. These were worn as outer garments, often in several layers, in cool weather. During the 1500s, the shirt was considered a luxury item that was worn by persons of stature. It was during this period that the shirt first became properly visible, since coats and jackets were open at the front. This led to the extravagantly ornamental shirtfront; the more beautiful the shirtfront, the finer the gentleman. As a rule, only the visible front of the shirt was decorated, and often a loose shirtfront sufficed.

The shirt as outerwear

Eventually, the shirt-like garments became shorter and more similar to modern-day shirts (the words shirt and short share a common origin). After having been worn mainly as outer garments, they were later worn as intermediate garments, and from the Renaissance, aprox. 1480-1510, immediately next to the body.

The shirts breakthrough in the 1800s

It was not until the Biedermeier period, in the early to mid-1800s, that the shirt as we know it made its major breakthrough. However, it was not until around 1900 that truly comfortable, simple and practical shirts were manufactured, by among others, Stenströms.

What makes a Stenströms shirt so unique?

Extra-fine stitching gives discreet seams and extralong wear. Fine, double stitching produces optimum durability and elegant lap seams along the sides. The quality of a shirt is the sum of many details. The greater the attention to these details, the greater the quality. Each Stenströms shirt consists of 23 components that are cut and assembled with exacting precision. The process involves 60 distinct operations that are checked at five critical inspection stations. Over the course of a century, the comfortable, elegant fit has been perfected by skilled designers, cutters and tailors.

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