- Mother of pearl buttons
- Side-seams protected with hem gussets
- Buttons secured with ascolite shanks
- Fused or unfused collars and cuffs
- Removable collar stays as standard
- Cloth from premium fabric mills
This indigo cloth is woven in a broken twill (herringbone) weave, in navy blue with a New York yellow windowpane check. The weave is not too tight which means the shirt is heavy but not too heavy, similar in weight to our Oxford shirts.
As you wear and wash it, the fabric will fade and it will develop a lovely soft vintage feel. Hopefully to become a favourite in your wardrobe for years to come.
Please note that this shirt is a raw indigo shirt and we strongly recommend that you wash it (separately) at least a couple of times before wearing it.
All our shirts can be customised if you prefer different choices for collars, cuffs and pockets. We've styled this shirt with our small spread collar, mitred cuff and a through button chisel pocket. We've used mother-of-pearl buttons. This fabric would equally suit a medium point collar, worn buttoned up.
- Weave Herringbone Twill
- Dye Indigo
- Composition 100% Cotton
- Weight 150 g/m2
- Yarn Count 30/1 - 30/1
- Origin Italy
- Fabric Mill Canclini
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Words of praise
Unsolicited testimonials by some very happy clients
“The amount of customisation is great.”
I really liked having a cuff sized to fit over my watch. And I'm a bit of a collar geek (!), so nice to have lots of options.
“At last! A shirt that fits me perfectly.”
A beautifully made shirt, made without fault and delivered on time. Excellent service and fully recommended.
“The fit process was really rather simple. I’m very pleased.”
NTP's algorithms were very accurate, but I could also easily make adjustments where they needed tweaking.
The quality of the fabric is remarkable & so well made.
Cannot believe that no one has done this before. A huge gap in the market neatly filled, at long last. Hurrah.