Artisanal craftsmanship is an assurance of quality and strength; like an artist that crafts just for you. An artisan and a customer are bonded by a shared strife for perfection and finesse. At Pechi, we uphold the promised perfection of artisanal craftsmanship.


The CutAway Collar

It is a bold and modern choice. Ideal for wearing with a large knot tie, but can be worn without a tie as well. The balanced shape makes for a contemporary collar that matches any face shape. 

The Semi CutAwayCollar

It is our most traditional shirt collar, it’s relatively high with less space between the collar corners. Highly appreciated for its versatile design, it’s preferably worn with thin or normal width ties for a timeless look.

The Button Down Collar 

It is the go-to choice for a smart-casual look, paired with dark denim or a formal trouser for a classic style or dressed in a suit for a formal look.

The Pointed Collar

It is a contemporary rendition of the vintage style collar, created to suit modern tailoring with slim lapels and skinny ties. The close collar tips frame your tie and draw attention toward the face. The 

Classic Collar

It is a perfect fusion of the modern and classic, can be paired with a single or double knot tie or without a tie for a semi formal look . This collar is most popular within the corporate world.


The 1 button barrel cuff

It is a popular option as it’s both practical and smart. It’s suitable for transitioning from office day wear to after work evening wear. 

One-button cuffs

They are a little more subtle and shorter in length than their two-button counterparts.

The 2 button barrel cuff

It is dressier and more elegant than the single button barrel cuff, if you want a slightly more formal look, consider the longer, two-button cuffs. 

The square french cuff

It is the go-to choice for tuxedo shirts. It is a completely square cuff shape and requires cufflinks to be worn. This cuff is fused to keep a crisp, dressy appearance portraying class and power.

The rounded french cuff

It is considered a popular option to the classic straight cut French cuff and is worn with cufflinks as well. However, the rounded French is commonly chosen together with classic business looks, rather than with evening wear. 

The angular cuff 

Thesealso called a mitered cuff has a diagonal edge that adds a dash of panache to your wrist. This is a crisp and modern option that shines when you want to emphasize a nice watch or prove you’re a man who pays attention to the finishing touches.  


The Regular Fit is the most traditional shirt fit, hugging snuggly around the body while leaving adequate room for comfort. It's loose, but not too much to the point of being baggy. It has a full and nicely fit armholes for muscular, toned biceps.

The slim fit has a narrow cut that focuses on minimal fabric, leading to a tighter fit that looks more modernized and tightly hugs the body. This fit flatters the wearer's body by accentuating their muscles and structure to enhance confidence and masculinity. If you are in shape and have a lean body type, then this is definitely the style for you. 


An exclusively curated piece of excellence in quality and craftsmanship. Our front placket has one stitch going bottom to top and the other goes top to bottom, ensuring perfect balance of the front. Our Side Seam has three rows of single needle stitching, each done one step at a time. Ensuring strength and quality. The tapered split yoke gives a better fit due to a biased cut of fabric. The Sleeve plackets are made in four parts first the fabric is attached to the sleeve and then hand turned and finally top stitched this is done for both the underside and top side of the sleeve placket. Our Cuffs are attached and finished in two separate operations, first the cuffs are attached to the sleeves by single needle stitching then the cuffs are closed by top stitching of single needle. Notice the fineness of our hem. No puckering as it is hand turned and hand finished. Also note the width. The Shirt sits very comfortably on the body , as it has been fine tuned to fit across the spectrum as best as is possible for a stock shirt. Our shirts and shalwar kameez are made by single needle tailoring to give extra strength and long lasting garment. No chain stitch or overlock is used.   


General Guidelines
Always follow the washing instructions for each shirt. Unbutton, turn up the collar and turn the shirt inside out. Do not overfill the washing machine. Set the washing machine on a low spin-dry. Once the washing program is finished, hang it on a hanger and button the collar. Stretch the cuff, collar and front placket softly. Do not wring the shirt. A light ironing may be desirable for that extra finishing touch. Avoid ironing the cuffs and collar on a high heat setting, lower the heat and iron them gently. 

How do I prevent underarm stains?
Underarm stains are often caused by the reaction between anti-perspirant ingredients and the salts in sweat. Most anti-perspirants contain aluminium compounds to reduce wetness. The aluminium causes a build-up and yellowing on the fabric after continuous wear. To best avoid these stains try switching to an aluminium-free deodorant or a deodorant with minimal aluminium. After applying deodorant, allow it to dry before putting your shirt on to prevent rub-off on the fabric. If you have perspired while wearing a garment, wash it as soon as possible since stains are more difficult to remove once they have set.