whiteI have three white shirts in my closet.
sleevedWearing long-sleeved shirts can keep you warm in the winter.
blackThe men in the black shirts stood out in the crowd.
cleanI folded the clean shirts and put them in the drawer.
oldI have a lot of old shirts I need to get rid of.
coloredI have a lot of colored shirts in my closet.
brownThe brown shirts marched through the streets.
longThe man wore long shirts that reached down to his knees.
hawaiianThe tourists stood out in the crowd with their bright hawaiian shirts
starchedThe butler carried a pile of freshly starched shirts
fineThe salesman showed me a selection of fine shirts
downThe man wore striped down shirts
neckedHe wore necked shirts during the summer.
ruffledThe men in the choir wore ruffled shirts
looseShe prefers to wear loose shirts and comfortable pants.
openI prefer open shirts over closed ones.
sweatI put on my sweat shirts and headed out for a run.
tightThe tight shirts were uncomfortable to wear.
madeI made shirts for the entire team.
colorfulThe children wore colorful shirts and ran around the playground.
lightI have three light shirts
dyedI hung the dyed shirts on the clothesline to dry.
softI prefer to wear soft shirts when I relax at home.
fittingThe tailor spent hours fitting shirts for his clients.
embroideredMy grandmother gave me one of her beautiful embroidered shirts
heavyIt felt like I was wearing heavy shirts even though I was just wearing short sleeves.
stiffThe men wore stiff shirts to the formal dinner.
hairShe wore hair shirts as a penance.
collarlessI prefer wearing collarless shirts to collared ones.
fancyI have a closet full of fancy shirts
cheapThe thrift store sells cheap shirts
boiledMy boiled shirts are always crisp and white.
styleHe looked stylish in his designer style shirts
knitThe soft knit shirts were comfortable to wear.
crispThe crisp shirts hung neatly on the rack.
expensiveHe wore many expensive shirts yesterday.
baggyHe wore baggy shirts and ripped jeans.
niceI like your nice shirts
wetThe wet shirts were hung on the line to dry.
identicalThe twins always wore identical shirts
nightI put on my comfortable night shirts and got ready for bed.
oversizedI love wearing oversized shirts because they're so comfortable and stylish.
tatteredThe man walked down the street in tattered shirts
casualI prefer to wear casual shirts with jeans.
checkeredThe lumberjacks wore thick, red and black checkered shirts
neckThe players wore neck shirts to keep warm during the game.
launderedMy laundered shirts are ready to be ironed.
soiledThe pile of soiled shirts next to the hamper was growing.
monogrammedHe wore monogrammed shirts with pride.
frilledThe men wore frilled shirts and tight trousers.
floweredThe man wore brightly flowered shirts to the party.