The Cotton Park men's shirt in its universe.

The Cotton Park men's shirt in its universe.

On the Cotton Park blog, we will of course inform you about the world of men's shirts.


Classic shirts: Cotton Park classic men's shirt

These are the most worn shirts because men consider that the classic shirt is as elegant with a suit or very nice dress pants as with jeans or chinos. Tie shirt or casual open collar shirt, it is still relevant. The classic cut of this shirt is perfect for men who want to work in a shirt without being skimpy all day. The comfort of the classic shirt is positioned at the top of the podium!

The classic French cuff shirt: Cotton Park men's shirt with cufflinks

These classic shirts have the particularity of being worn every day with cufflinks which makes a man elegant either for events or evenings. The wrist with double cuffs associated with magnificent cufflinks really enhances the outfit of the dressed man.

Fitted shirts, Fashion, fashion: Fashion Cotton Park Shirts

Fashion, fashion, fitted shirts are trendy, current and trendy men's shirts. Often worn casually. Shirt close to the body. Indeed the patronage has been restructured, which gives a new look!

The ceremony shirts: Cotton Park ceremonial shirt

The event is here! you have to face it and be noticed. The formal shirt with broken collar or classic collar, fitted or not, is the shirt of the moment. This shirt exists with or without a plastron which sublimates the shirt. The hidden buttons or visible black buttons are a touch of elegance. In English: "Tuxedo shirt".

Sport shirts, buttoned collar: Cotton Park Oxford Shirt

Mainly recognized by the general public with the "oxford shirt".

The denim and chambray shirt:

Mao collar shirt:

The shirt:


The passes:

The fabric, in a very important or even major place in a shirt, but it is the collar that gives all its character to the shirt.
It should be noted in passing that quality shirts are equipped with removable or integrated stays for a perfect hold of the collar.
Depending on certain collars, the tie knot will also be determined.
Classic collar
With 3 to 4 cm in height and points of 7 to 7.5 cm, the classic or so-called "city or French" collar is the traditional collar par excellence. Sober and elegant, it can be worn in all circumstances with or without a tie and is particularly suitable for round, wide faces and rather short necks.
Milanese Collar
It is almost as flared as the classic collar but its points are longer. It is very trendy and is mainly worn on fitted shirts.
Italian or flared collar
Attributed as its name does not indicate to the Duke of Windsor, it precisely allows large tie knots including the Windsor knot. It is of course more flared than the classic collar (the space between the points is important) and highlights tie knots.
English Collar
It brings a particular distinction to the costume dressed as a more casual outfit. it is a collar whose two points are connected by a tab at mid-height closed by a button. This tab makes the collar very narrow and allows you to highlight small tie knots.
Col Aldo or Napoleon
It is derived from the Italian collar, but it is a wide collar that covers the neck more, especially since the collar stand is very high. We will also netra the long points and the buttoning which can include one or two buttons.
Winged or ceremonial collar
it is the famous collar that is worn for special occasions. the tips are, as the name suggests, "broken". The shirt (white or ivory) is only worn with a bow tie (never a tie) and a black tuxedo.
Buttoned collar
Attributed to polo players, it is a collar with visible buttons at the tips. There are also models where the buttons are placed under the tips, which makes them invisible. It is rather worn without a tie and is more suitable for Oxford shirts.

The wrists :

single wrist
This is the most common cuff found on most ready-made shirts. It often has two horizontal buttons, allowing the tightness to be adjusted.
The right wrist
It is actually a slightly longer single cuff with two vertical buttons, and sometimes two more horizontal ones. in other words, it looks a bit like a straight double wrist. It is currently very trendy, especially with two-button collars, but pay attention to the length of the sleeves. The straight two-button cuffs are unforgiving with the sleeves that are too long.
The musketeer wrist
Here is the wrist that requires cufflinks. it is made up of a strip that is folded back on itself and secured with the cufflinks slipped into the buttonholes. you will make sure to match the cufflinks according to the color of the suit, the shirt and the tie.
The Neapolitan wrist
The Neapolitan cuff shirt is an excellent alternative to French cuffs. The sleeve is turned up revealing the reverse of the sleeve by a cutout and may be of a different fabric from the body of the shirt. This type of sleeve has a double buttoning.

The body :

The classic cut

The fitted cut


Pockets :

The chest patch pocket

The bellows pockets

The flap pocket

Details and finishes:

Whales at the neck

reinforcement swallow

French seam

Double back yoke


The dressed style:

The casual style:

The ceremonial style:


The Cotton Park shirt made with 100% cotton double-twisted fabrics considered the top of the game for the shirt. Cotton Park is positioned on the French market with a regularly renewed product range. The finishing points and production details of the shirt are not left to chance.
Cotton Park men's two-ply shirt Cotton Park sky blue double twist twill shirt Cotton Park sky blue gingham double-twisted shirt


The Cotton park shirt is made with 100% cotton fabrics. Below you will find the list of fabrics we use for the production of elegant, fashionable shirts, available all year round.

The poplin:

Plain weave fabric characterized by a fairly fine and very marked rib, perpendicular to the edges. Made of cotton, but also of other materials. Used for making shirts, blouses, blouses, raincoats, sportswear...

The Oxford:

From the name of the famous English university. Plain weave or basket weave fabric, the warp of which is generally colored and the weft white. Fairly accentuated grain. There are also striped and checkered oxfords. Most often in cotton, it can also be done in other materials. This fabric has good wear resistance.

Serge or twill:

All fabrics made using a diagonal weave. These fabrics are made of natural silk, wool, cotton or fibranne. For making clothes and for other qualities in linings.

Wire to wire:

Denomination which refers to fabrics having a symmetrical alternation in warp and weft, of two threads, one light and the other dark. The armor is usually a web, but in principle the armor is not determined. Percale, Poplin, Zéphyr, Vichy fabrics can be thread-on-thread.

Cotton piqué:

Shaped fabric characterized by the relief of its designs. Mainly in cotton, it can also be made in many other materials. Ribs of varying width and relief are the most common design, but there are also diamond-shaped designs, honeycombs, etc. It is used as a trim (collar, cuff, embroidery), as clothing (shirt, blouse...) or even for summer hats.

Cotton sateen:

Weaving executed with a twill weave. Made of silk or viscose. Making shirts, blouses, dresses and ladies' blouses. The fabric is satin on both sides. Weaving of cotton fiber with the same reminder as for silk.

The braided:

Fabric whose weave, derived from plain weave, produces a small checkerboard effect. Male and female clothing.

Honeycomb :

Shaped fabric whose relief design recalls the appearance of wax cells made by bees. The pattern is square and can be embellished with colored threads. In cotton, it is mainly used to make towels. In wool or wool blend, it can be made into articles for furnishing and clothing.


Cretonne type canvas whose warp is generally indigo dyed and the weft ecru. Owes its name to that of a 13th century French weaver.

The armors:

Fabric with small patterns obtained by crossing the warp and the weft.


Twill shirt fabric made with cotton warp and carded weft or cotton twill and light cashmere to obtain a cashmere feel.


From the name of the city of Nimes. Very sturdy cotton fabric, with twill weave, whose warp is indigo blue and the weft is ecru or bleached. With the same weft, it is also made on black warp.


All fabrics made using Jacquard mechanics. They have important patterns or designs impossible to obtain by any other system.


Cotton fabric brushed, most often on both sides, giving the article more bulk. Its soft and warm side predestines it for the manufacture of warm shirts, bathrobes and dressing gowns.

Tartan :

Fabric with a more or less multicolored checkered design distinctive of the Scottish clans. Originally, was used to make kilts. Widespread nowadays, allowing to make plaid shirts, skirts with permanent pleats.

Stretch :

Said of any elasticized fabric, which comprises a mixture with an elastane thread (Lycra or Dorlastan) or a polyamide or polyester texture called "stretch".

Cotton Park cotton poplin cotton park basket weave
Poplin Mat
cotton sateen Oxford Cotton Park
cotton sateen Oxford
Wire to wire Chevron
Wire to wire Chevron



To sublimate an outfit, accessories must be present. Our offer over the seasons, a whole range of silk ties, bow ties, cufflinks, pocket squares, scarves, belts, suspenders, socks.

Cotton Park bow tie Cotton Park Tie Clip Cotton Park cufflinks

Here are some explanations about silk which is the main material for making ties, bow ties, pocket squares, ascotts .....


Fabric made from silk threads from the mulberry moth. Its essential characteristics are its softness to the touch, its suppleness, its luster, its comfort to wear. Uses: ties, scarves, blouses, shirts, dresses...


Also called tussah. Fabric made from the silk thread produced by a variety of caterpillars living in the wild. Harder and thicker than silk. Used in the manufacture of shantung and other similar fabrics.

The Mulberry Bombyx is a domestic butterfly native to northern China, bred to produce silk. The silkworm is its caterpillar. The bombyx is unknown in the wild, it results from selection by breeding called sericulture.

It is at the caterpillar stage that the moth produces the precious fiber secreted into an abundant slime which, on hardening, is transformed into a single thread of raw silk with which the caterpillar makes a cocoon. This thread is between 800 and 1500 meters long .

Collar and tie combinations:
For shirt and tie knots to enhance each other, it is better to think about the associations. We will reserve the big knots - Windsor type - for shirts with flared collar, in particular the Italian collar. Bow ties are reserved for broken collar shirts. as for the simple knot, it is in principle suitable for all collars, but it risks being a little thin for a flared collar. on the other hand, it will be perfect on a buttoned or classic collar.
For information: Who invented the tie?
American tailor Jesse Langsdorf in 1924.

The black tie
Sober and elegant, it is often worn over a white shirt and with a black suit. Currently, fashion also associates it with a black shirt, because tones on tones are very trendy. Watch out for shades of black though, the tie should be the same black as the shirt or jacket, as a third shade wouldn't be very happy.
the white tie
Reserved for special occasions, it is worn with a white shirt. Note that beige sometimes replaces white. We sometimes associate a slim white tie with a black shirt, but this arrangement is to be avoided.
The pink tie
It goes well with white shirts, sky blue and with a gray suit.
The club tie
Diagonal design of 2 or more colours, the club tie is always very classy for special occasions or ceremonies.



- Leather

- Elastic


- To tie yourself

- Already tied


- Made of silk


- Made of silk


- 100% cotton Lisle thread

- Mid-socks



Some accessories from the range that can help you enhance your elegant outfit.

Cotton Park leather belt Cotton Park Men's Suspenders Cotton Park Men's Silk Pouch