Henley shirt

A Henley shirt is a collarless men's casual wear pullover shirt, characterize by a 10 cm to 15 cm (4-6") long placket underneath the round neckline, typically having 2-5 buttons. It essentially looks like a collarless polo shirt. The sleeves may be either short or long sleeve, or it can be made in almost any cloth, even though cotton, and cotton-polyester blends, and thermals are by far the trendiest. Henley shirts are generally consider as menswear.

They were so named since this particular fashion of shirt was the traditional uniform of rowers in the English township of Henley-on-Thames.

Originally quite admired in the early 1990s, Henley shirts have lately made a fashion riposte, particularly in Western country such as the United States and Canada, but also in some East Asian country such as Japan and Korea.