Cool Men’s Shirts Named for Classic NJ Towns

Crisp, casual cotton makes a smooth transition from work day to date night...

Todd Shelton
Todd Shelton's new Shirt Shop offers fine shirts named for fave NJ towns.

For guys who like casual cotton shirts in kicked-up patterns and colors, let me introduce Todd Shelton’s latest collection. Each style is named for a Jersey town, which makes these an especially fun birthday present or groom/groomsmen gift.

Designer Todd Shelton just launched Shirt Shop, an online site that offers 24 office-ready shirts, custom made in his East Rutherford headquarters. Each of the shirt styles is named for one of Todd’s favorite New Jersey towns: Millburn, Bayonne, Edison, Far Hills, Weehawken, Madison, Secaucus, Montclair, Leonia, Asbury, Tuckerton, Edgewater, Rutherford, Beach Haven, Sea Girt, Cranford, Tewksbury, Ridgewood, Trenton, Shrewsbury, Hoboken, Avon, Sea Isle and Gladstone. (Yes, more cities will be added as the category grows!)

These comfy, 100-percent cotton shirts are available in classic checks, oversized checks, micro stripes, gingham and plaid in fetching color combos. Each is made with premium fabrics and sewn by a single seamstress who cares for the shirt from start-to-finish. For men who like a custom fit, Shirt Shop offers a bespoke option with additional fits such as sleeve lengths in half-inch increments. Shirt Shop prices start at $140.

Toddshelton.com also carries guys’ jeans, shirts, pants, sweatshirts and T-shirts, as well as women’s jeans, shirts and dresses. Todd’s claim to fame is his custom-fit profile offering. This free fit-finding program is tailored to each individual’s unique fit requirements.

All products are manufactured exclusively within the company’s NJ headquarters and sold directly to customers through its e-commerce store. Todd Shelton does not wholesale and is not carried in stores.

Delivery is complimentary on orders of $200 or more, and exchanges are always free.

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