New York, N.Y.
Our New Yorker woven was a response to the ever increasing bore we seem to notice in many of the dress shirts found in a man's wardrobe today. Sure, we agree that the white collared dress shirt is a staple and we would never suggest to ditch it. That being said, how about some variety. Not too bold, not too boring. Wear with your suit or wear with your khakis.
Fabric: 5oz. indigo stripe & natural cotton oxford cloth from Japan.
Buttons: Deco period vintage button with a pearl finish.
Thread: Tex 40 in white.
Label: Produced on 1950's needle loom.
- Construction is a double needle felled chain-stitched seam.
- Left chest patch pocket with bartack reinforcement at corners.
- Collar is a notch collar to be worn up or pressed down for a formal look.
- Shrinkage is around 2-3%.
- Tailored work fit.
- Dry clean or wash on cold and dry on low.