A lot of my sewing (though less of it than he would like) is for my husband - Jeremy. Mostly this involves collared shirts (I count 9 that he wears on a regular basis).
McCalls 6613, view D (pockets from view C)
Alterations: Diagonal yoke and pockets
Fabric: Buffalo check flannel from Michael Levine
This particular shirt was made in 2013, not long before we got engaged. See below for an "after" engagement shot (the ring was in the shop rag in his pocket):
This is one of the first times I used a double needle to do the topstitching. I think the result looks great, but I really hate the zigzag it makes on the inside - although he doesn't seem to mind.
Lauren seems to use interfacing from Fashion Sewing Supply a lot...). But alas, he actually likes his shirts with floppier cuffs, collars and button bands, so I just leave it out now. He's a big fan of the casual look.