A fabric pattern in which two (or more) stripes intersect each other at right angles forming closed and continuous boxes.
The simplest design requires two colors: one for the base and the other color for the stripes.
More colors can be added to the design, for example a white dress shirt with blue horizontal and red vertical lines.
The check pattern is commonly found in dress shirts and the lines can vary in thickness and crispness.
Learn more about hanging or folding a dress shirt