Originally made in 19th-century Scottish mills, the Oxford shirt is rich in sartorial legacy. We decided to reimagine this classic into a more casual interpretation.
The British Isles meets Japan in the form of this reconstructed Oxford shirt. Using fabrics and pieces from several Oxfords, we reconstructed them into a shirt that looks to a Japanese kimono for certain design elements - the shortened sleeves, and open front to name a few.
Because each piece is one-of-a-kind, they vary slightly in trim, fabric choice and fabric placement. The featured images are representative of the actual piece that would be received. For more images of a shirt in your specific size, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Material & Care
Wash in cold water and hang dry.
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