The Henley Shirt

We’ve always been a big fan of Henley's - they'll make you look manly and are comfortable to wear.  

They’re more interesting on than a regular crew neck or v-neck tee shirt and are a great addition to your wardrobe that is easy and stylish at once.  


How to wear a Henley: 

Luckily they look great on their own! If you’re wearing them solo, keep a few of the top buttons undone and push the sleeves up to show off those forearms!

The fit is personal preference. If you want to show off your physique look for a spandex blend. For a more relaxed fit look for a cotton blend.

Worn as a layering piece, the Henley works under a casual to tuxedo style jackets. Less formal occasions? Wear it under a cardigan, throw on a piece of Vitaly and you’ve got a great night out look. 

Tuck or un-tuck? -We prefer to leave the Henley's untucked to show off their more relaxed vibe.


3 Henleys To Buy Now

1. The John Varvatos Melange Knit Henley (navy, white, gray, black)

The trim placket elevates this shirt just a bit more than your regular t-shirt. The blended fabric drapes rather than hugs tightly. The "melange", two-toned thread adds depth and texture making it look like a designer piece. 


2. The John Varvatos Band Collar Henley with a woven poplin front in gives a tuxedo shirt feel that looks great under a jacket. This one is similar to what Jay Z is wearing at $188 versus the $500 for the Balenciaga one.

Just add Paige light wash denim and Hardy Amies tuxedo jacket for the full look.

3. The Horst Short Sleeve Henley  (red, gray, blue, black).

This moisture wicking anti-bacterial Henley will keep you cool when you’re feeling the heat.