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Long Sleeve Camp Collar Shirt
Dark Navy

£120.00

Low Stock


          Dark Navy

Size Guide

Description

Taking inspiration from the style of the 1950s, the Long Sleeve Camp Collar Shirt features an open collar and boxy shape, both details synonymous with the era. Cut from premium beautiful surplus stock 100% tencel sourced from Japan, the shirt marries a subtle oversize with a fluid and weighty drape. The loose fit and soft fabric create a casual shirt suitable for all body types.

      Taking inspiration from the style of the 1950s, the Long Sleeve Camp Collar Shirt features an open collar and boxy shape, both details synonymous with the era. Cut from premium beautiful surplus stock 100% tencel sourced from Japan, the shirt marries a subtle oversize with a fluid and weighty drape. The loose fit and soft fabric create a casual shirt suitable for all body types.

          Details

          Like all our garments, this shirt is produced on a small scale in a boutique-style factory in Chiang Mai, which means that each garment has enjoyed the wealth of experience and technical knowledge of no more than 30 employees. Mostly in their 50s, these technicians have all been finishing garments since early on in their careers, bringing a superior level of skill and craftsmanship to our quality control.

          Size + Fit

          Model is 6'0" with 38" chest and wears size M

          • 100% Japanese Tencel
          • Relaxed cut, boxy
          • A true fit, the chest and shoulder are slightly oversized. If you prefer a fitted shirt we suggest we you size down. If you prefer to wear your shirt oversized (as was the case in the 1950s) we suggest you size up.

            Size Guide

            Artboard Created with Sketch. SIZE GUIDE TOPS TOPS XS XS S S M M L L XL XL UK/CHEST 34 36 38 40 42 UK/CHEST 34 36 38 40 42 EUROPEAN (IT/FR) ITALIAN 44 46 48 50 52 FRENCH 36 38 40 42 44 44 46 48 50 52

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