This time we would like to introduce OXFORD BD AUTHENTIC FIT | JAPAN MADE SHIRT. This dress shirt is made of American Sea Island cotton that is soft to the touch and extremely comfortable to wear.
Speaking of button-downs, until the 1920s, they were firmly established as something worn by elite American gentlemen, and they were even seen in movies and novels by Hemingway and others that colored the background of the times. Expressions such as "a man who wears a shirt" were often used. Here are shirts that incorporate plenty of vintage details and are inherited using the techniques of Japanese craftsmen.
The fabric is American Sea Island cotton, which blends well into the skin, making it supple and extremely comfortable to wear.
Following vintage details, the front has six buttons and the slit is slightly deeper, making it ideal for tuck-in.
In addition, the gauntlet button has been eliminated, and instead of the usual two tucks on the front, the cuff has one tuck on the front and one on the back, which also incorporates vintage details.
The collar height is a little high at 4.0cm, so it can also be used for tying up. The box pleats are large and the yoke is seamless, giving it a comfortable fit that clings to your shoulders.
This OXFORD BD AUTHENTIC FIT | JAPAN MADE SHIRT is the basic "key" of American traditional fashion. Please try wearing it once. The closer it is to your skin, the better. it's recommended!
HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM.
HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM. started as a project to re-propose the standard products that built the foundation of the J.PRESS brand.
We would like to redefine that clothing is a garment that fits the personality and lifestyle of the wearer, regardless of age, gender, or race.
HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM. Japan Made
At J.PRESS ORIGINALS' HERITAGE STOCK PROGRAM, we inherit the traditions of J.PRESS in our home country of America using the techniques of Japanese craftsmen, and create products that transcend the original and take the archive to even greater heights.
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