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    Hi everyone.

    I'm a bit confused and not certain if the following shirts are known as sport shirts, button-ups, or button-downs or something else:







    I think it would be incorrect to label them as business shirts, dress shirts, or oxfords because they're too informal.

    So, what would be the preferred term for said kinds of shirts? Sport shirts, button-ups, button-downs, or something else?
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    ****in horrid shirts?
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    just... shirts?
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    Just casual shirts? "Oxford" is a specific cloth. I can't tell if those are Oxfords from the pictures. They're clearly not button-downs. And the first one has very strange button placement.
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    Happy shirts!
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    I would just call those shirts.
    Maybe long sleeved shirt at a push.
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    Ill-fitting?
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    Long-sleeved shirts, casual shirts or just shirts.
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    Re-purposed kitchenware?
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    Button-up shirt? :dontknow:
 
 
 
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