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Essential Shirt - Midnight Mini Cross Hatch

Essential Shirt - Midnight Mini Cross Hatch

Essential Shirt - Midnight Mini Cross Hatch


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  • Sometimes you find a shirt that you reach for time and time again. This is one of those pieces. It might be worth picking up two so you don't wear it out. The fabric reads both as a solid and a pattern giving you endless outfitting options. The fabric is made with navy and white crossed in the weave. This makes outfitting super easy. Dress it up with navy chinos or casually with sneaks and well worn denim. 

  • • Smart hidden button down collar
    • No chest pocket for clean, sleek look
    Mother-of-pearl buttons
    • Comfortable 100% cotton mini cross hatch, mid/lightweight
    • Pre-washed fabric for softness and reduced shrinking
    • Handmade one batch at a time 

  • Machine wash up to 30ºc/86ºf gentle cycle
    • Iron up to 150ºc/302ºf

  • • Our fit is clean and comfortable but not constricting
    • The body has a slight taper to reduce excess fabric at the waist
    • Our shoulder is tailored and sleeve narrow to give a sleek modern look
    • The length is cut to be worn both untucked or tucked


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