キュプラリネンコットン バンドカラーシャツプルオーバー, Olive
A band collar pullover shirt. Fitting well with summer, this piece’s narrow collar width ensuring a cool feeling around the neck comes as a sure plus.
Designed with a relaxed fit that gives generous shoulder and body width to its silhouette, while this piece’s size reflects the current fashion trend in being slightly oversized, its comparatively moderate sleeve widths ensure a sleek appearance - making it easy to wear even for those not used to oversized garments and looks. Additionally, with a slightly longer length, this piece has been adjusted so as to not look childish when paired with shorts.
A band collar shirt perfect for an elegant, mature look.
With its cool, clean neckline, this piece offers a distinctive neat look that differs slightly from that of other collar types.
With a relaxed fit and the piece’s easy to put on pullover-type pattern, this shirt offers a nice accent to one’s wardrobe different from that of your usual shirt. With the fabric allowing for space to be created between it and the skin combined with its subdued sheen, this piece pairs a somewhat mature look with an elegant and relaxed mood.
We highly recommend coordinating this piece with our matching pants of the same fabric for a set-up feel, or casually wearing it with shorts, denim, or pants. A surefire hit for dressing up any coordinated look.
46% CUPRO 40% LINEN 14% COTTON
Made with a so-called ‘three-way blend’ fabric that takes a cupro warp and an ordered mix of cotton and linen for its weft. Whereas cupro gives the unique luster characteristic of long fibers, both the cotton and linen made of natural fibers give the fabric a subdued, elegant sheen. With linen neps running horizontally - giving the fabric a rich expression - and the fabric’s lightweight, shirt-like texture, this piece is well fitted to support your wardrobe during the hot season with its cool feel. Additionally, the two different colors of yarn that comprise this fabric gives its color a great sense of depth, appealing in that the fabric’s expression changes depending on how the light hits it.