Navy Blue Dobby Cotton-Tencel Shirt$ 270
- Product Notes
Versatile but interesting, this blue cotton poplin shirt is an easy way to give your work look a lift. The fine dobby print includes tiny blue and white crosses. This style is cut for a classic fit and has a cutaway collar, single-button cuffs and mother-of-pearl buttons. The fabric includes tencel, a textile cooler than linen, softer than silk and better at sweat-wicking than cotton.
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- Size Notes
This product comes in EU sizes.
- Materials and Care Notes 60% Cotton, 40% Tencel
- Delivery & returns
This product is in Sweden. It will be dispatched in 2-3 working days.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
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When Annie Pettersson's home sewing venture began to rapidly grow in popularity during the Depression, she and her husband David launched Syfabriken Special in 1928, specialising in men's shirts. Twenty years later, after the couple's two sons started travelling in search of new fine fabrics, they passed through and fell in love with the small town of Eton, eventually leading the business to become so well known for the Eton shirt that they changed the brand's name accordingly. Today, Eton continues to make all their shirting in their original factory in Gånghester, Sweden, and use only the highest quality fabrics to result in long-lasting durable items. Having focused their craftsmanship on shirting for over 90 years, the brand now boasts a wealth of experience, ranging from casual to evening wear.
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