Men's Tattersall Check Country Shirts

Drawing on decades of horse racing tradition, our men's Tattersall check country shirts are the epitome of country style. Team with a pair of our best-selling corduroy trousers and one of our heritage tweed jackets to complete the look.

Tattersall Check Shirts.  The Epitome of Country Style.

Tattersall Check Shirts. The Epitome of Country Style.

The Tattersall country shirt has a history that dates back over 200 years and refers to a specific check pattern created by combining a horizontal stripe with thin, even vertical stripes. The check owes its name to Tattersall's horse market, which was opened in 1776 by Richard Tattersall and sold horse blankets with this bright checked design.  It wasn’t long after this that the distinctive check became a popular choice for men's shirts and favourite of the British country set.

At Joseph Turner, our Tattersall shirts combine this classic country design with beautifully tailored shirts made from pure brushed cotton.  Featuring a two-piece collar (interlined and constructed using a dozen separate parts), a split back yoke for a smooth fit across the shoulders and traditional gussets and lock stitched buttons, the composition of just one of our country shirts requires meticulous and painstaking attention to detail.  These shirts work well when paired with a tailored tweed jacket for a classic country look.