Based on the button-down collars shirts, which were common in the 1940-1950s.
It is said that button-down collars originated from the British polo competition in the late 19th century. At that time, to ensure that the collar does not turn up in severe sports and affect the game, the players fixed it with buttons. This detail has been used up to now, especially in the 1950s in the United States. As an indispensable part of ivy style, button-down collars shirts and Penny loafer are standard accessories in Ivy style.
From the research and design of styles, the selection of raw materials for surface accessories, the research and development of textile technology, the standard of dying, and the sewing of ready-made clothes, we all make them according to our independent requirements, so we can hardly find the same fabric in the net. Comfort and independence are the concepts we always adhere to. Our support is the most moving.
The shirt is a non-slim regular version, but the whole shirt is a little slimmer than the dyed stripe shirt. Different from the common button collar shirt, we make button collar based on the common large pointed collar in the 1900s and restore the retro taste of the old gentry in the early 20th century. It is mature but not rigid, and the collocation of various coats can be easily controlled.
- 55% cotton, 45% French flax, 7oz High-density herringbone cloth
- Natural Ivory fruit button