Our favorite style tips are the ones that aren’t affected by time. We therefore subscribe to Alan Flusser‘s school-of-thought, which abides by basic geometric and compositional principles rather than fleeting trends. Season after season after season, for example, a swept collar with a low, wide stance will always frame an angular face better than, say, the vertical slant of a point collar. Want to know more? Esquire has put together a shirting cheat sheet, along with a nifty guide for casual tie lovers.