Classic high Lapel design, using jacquard thread weaving process.
High collar design has existed for hundreds of years, dating back to the 15th century. Since the end of the 19th century, it has been loved by athletes, sailors, navy officers, and manual workers. In the 1920s, Noel Coward, a playwright in a turtleneck, made it a popular dress for the middle class, while feminists turned it into a unisex style. By the middle of the 20th century, high collared clothing was gradually integrated into mainstream fashion in the United States. The high collared shirts worn by the Beatles and Steve McQueen played an absolutely qualitative role in promoting the trend of that era. They were regarded as a kind of anti necktie clothing, a kind of clothing designed for people who refused to wear formal clothing.
The overall thickness is rather thick, but the upper body is not overstaffed at all, so it can survive the winter steadily. When you're tired of wearing a shirt + tie, this turtleneck must be a better alternative.
- Extrafine Merino Wool
- Dry cleaning recommended