These excellent 1930's-40's inspired work shirts are manufactured in Japan for ELMC in conjunction with the John Lofgren Workshop. Made in a densely woven selvedge chambray fabric these shirts have a 'salt'n'pepper look to them, and some great detailing. All seams at points of stress are finished with a chain stitch double needle construction, with selvedge button placket and side gussets. This shirt also features some unique vintage styling such as the tab collar, asymmetrical pocket styling, with billows left chest pocket, perfect for that soft pack of 'Lucky's' (or box of Extra sugar free chewing gum if you prefer) spearpoint collar shape., and corozo art deco styled buttons.
The fit on these shirts is trim, but, as they come half and full collar sizes you will be able to find your perfect fit. These are a superb quality shirt, made to an incredibly high standard and will not disappoint. Limited stock available.
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