Chambray, like it's woven cousin Denim, has always been synonymous with work. These hard-wearing materials can be found in just about any American closet to this day. However, due to global economic factors, the number of laborious blue-collar jobs has dwindled in American middle class households, and a way of life that was once exemplary of the American Dream is nearly bygone. Although a shirt cannot restore a lost era, it can remind us of how simple beauty is timeless, and how the best "form" always follows "function." Made in Seattle.
Blue Japanese chambray. White composite buttons. White single-needle stitching. 2 Chest pockets with button flap closures. Offset top button closure loop. Shoulder yoke. Mitered cuffs. Yoked sleeve with two button closure. Side seam gussets with button closures. Cuff roll keepers. Pencil channel on front pocket.