Reverse collar shirt in navy blue flannel
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Reverse collar shirt in navy blue flannel

A light and soft cotton flannel

Every season has its own favourite shirt: linen in summer and flannel in winter! With such a regular rhythm - after all, the timeless flannel shirt won't give up its place on the podium of men's wardrobe must-haves - it's not easy to reinvent this shirt every year. First of all, a high-quality base is needed: the fabric. The cotton flannel of this reverse collar shirt comes from British textile manufacturer Thomas Mason, known for the timeless elegance of its fabrics. Yes, the words flannel and elegant can be used wonderfully together!

A sophisticated reverse collar and a deep elegant navy blue

The minimalist design of the reverse collar and the hidden placket, combined with the deep navy blue, gives this flannel shirt a very elegant side. For example, it would go very well with a grey suit. The straight reverse collar conveys a refined modernity that stands out from shirts with a classic shark collar or French collar. So you see, even the flannel shirt knows how to be elegant!

The same fabric is also available as a button-down collar shirt.

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Genuine mother-of-pearl buttons, crossed stitched
Made in a traditional European workshop
French seams, with 7 stitches per centimeter
100% cotton
Hidden placket
The collar is strengthened thanks to a suitable interlining
Small cuff: 50 mm
Reverse collar, 30 mm high

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