Organic Cotton Chambray W Collar Naval Shirt, Sage
A mass-produced work shirt, born in 1930s America. With a design expressing those roots, one can easily see how the design was born out of a pursuit of efficiency which is strongly reflected in its pattern and stitching, two characteristics further elevated by production at a sewing factory that takes care to express such details well. Rather than delicate and careful stitching, incorporated into the core of this item is a focus in simple design and durability.
While the boxy silhouette of its body adds a bit of room to its width, one can enjoy this oversized look naturally without feeling it being too exaggerated. And although the collar is a regular collar, it is especially designed to look neat when opened. Finished with accents like this, this piece exudes a touch of masculine sex appeal. Additionally, this collar can also be worn as a stand-up collar by folding it inward. A truly attractive piece that can be enjoyed being worn in two different ways.
A piece highly recommended for those who want to get their hands on a shirt with a naturally large silhouette. Wearable with clean slacks to enjoy their contrast with its workwear look, or styled with chinos or other pants to create a more American casualwear-esque styling. With its moderately large silhouette, it can also go well with shorts. Additionally, due to the collar being wearable in a W-collar form as another key detail of the piece, one can enjoy an even wider variety of coordination.
While the puckering created from the shrinkage of threads after washing and the rugged mood of the design are not born from an aesthetic point of view, the beauty of fashion comes in finding interest and nuance in such points. If you were to wear this shirt while unraveling its historical background, one will feel the charm of this item much more strongly.
100% ORGANIC COTTON
Made of organic cotton sourced from Turkey. With a short fiber length, we have sourced one of the best materials for making thick yarns. Therefore suitable for thick shirts, denim, and various cut-and-sew garments, this time we have used this fabric for a slightly thicker chambray shirt.
Using indigo sourced from India, this piece is finished with indigo colored rope dyeing. Normally, for such a dyeing process it is necessary to boil a large amount of water, however this time around, by using electrolyzed water to make the yarn easily dyeable before beginning the process we have been able to greatly reduce the amount of fuel oil used in the boiler.