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Three Great Oxfords for Under $50

At prices this nice, you can buy multiples.


An oxford shirt is the epitome of refined utilitarianism. The perfect marriage between form and function, the shirt looks presentable both on and off-duty. Keep it crisp, and it works under a suit. Rumple it up a little, and it’s a great kick-around shirt for summer days.

Top-tier oxfords can fetch several hundred dollars for details that set them apart from the competition. But as nice as mother-of-pearl buttons and beefy collar rolls are, sometimes you just want an affordable shirt that looks damn good and gets the job done. There are a surprising number of well-made oxfords that retail for under $50: Here are three of the best.

Lands’ End Traditional Fit Rigger Oxford Shirt

Remember Lands’ End of mail-order catalog fame? The brands has a range of basics that knock it out of the park. For instance, this yellow-and-blue-striped oxford adds a preppy pop of color to your wardrobe for under $20. When was the last time you paid $20 for a shirt, t-shirts excluded? I can’t remember either.

Buy Now: $20

Uniqlo Oxford Slim Fit Shirt

For slim guys on a budget, Uniqlo’s oxford shirts are a revelation. They come in all the requisite collars, but with a more tailored fit than Ivy-inspired models. The collars are beefier than other fast-fashion oxfords and thus hold up better. At $30, the value per wear is insane.

Buy Now: $30

Muji Organic Washed Oxford Shirt

Even the most ethical among us can find a sub-$50 oxford worthy of daily wear. Like Uniqlo, Muji is a Japanese fast-fashion brand taking the U.S. by storm. Unlike Uniqlo, however, Muji goes beyond clothing and walking into one of their minimalist stores is a soothing experience. No matter the shirt’s provenance, the use of organic cotton is a plus, and a rarity for a $35 shirt.

Buy Now: $35

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