Men’s Custom Dress Shirts Chicago | Est. 2007

Choose from a variety of styles, fabrics, and a simplified measurement process to create a dress shirt that is uniquely yours.

Select from over 160 fabrics from world renowned shirting mills such as Tessitura Monti, Thomas Mason, and Ferno.

Each made to measure shirt is elegantly packaged and shipped to your door -- arriving in 24 days or less.

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  • Deo Veritas Dress Shirt Review

    The name Deo Veritas came into existence after altering the Latin phrase "In Deo ac Veritas," or "In God there is Truth". However, the shirt company has nothing to do with religion, but much rather with Made-To-Measure shirts.

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  • Put a Shirtin' On 'Em: E-Store Hawks Custom Button-Downs

    Customizing your clothes is a surefire way to get attention, but c'mon: does your polo really need yet another popped collar? Stand apart from the crowd without parting crowds, with recently launched custom shirtmaker Deo Veritas.

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  • Deo Veritas: Creating the James Bond Cocktail Cuff Shirt

    There are now ample custom shirt makers online, but as a pre-existing customer of Deo Veritas what made this company stand out for me was a steadfast, almost stubborn desire to get everything ‘just so’. Seemingly no query or request is too much trouble.

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  • Sharp Dressed Man

    Tailored Clothing Online? Yes! Deo Veritas allows you to design your own dress shirt via their website.

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Our First Fitting Event -- This November 1st in Chicago

October 10, 2014

Our First Fitting Event, this November 1st at Naansense

Chicago | Oct 10 - Deo Veritas and our good friends at Naansense have joined forces for a special tasting and fitting event at Naansense's flagship restaurant at 171 N. Wells in Chicago this November 1st. For those that don't know, Naansense is new to the Chicago foody scene but is quickly turning Indian cuisine (and heads) upside down. Their model...

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No to Non Iron Dress Shirts

May 05, 2014

girl ironing

"They get that way as the result of a formaldehyde resin bath, which makes the cellulose strands bond to one another at the molecular level while choking the life out of the fabric. Think of it as a kind of chemical castration—of the cotton fibers, if not the wearer...A really nice one I got at my favorite store, Nordstrom, smells...

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