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100% BCI Cotton
This striped shirt is woven in Oxford and is crafted with 100% BCI cotton, and features a light blue and white striped pattern. It has a sturdy build and an elegant look. It comes with a spread collar, single-button cuffs and a regular placket. These features can be customised to your liking. Wear this shirt with a light pair of chinos for a distinguished casual look.
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In this complex weave, the arrangement of warp and weft threads are staggered and have fewer interlaces, creating a silky, lustrous surface and a fabric that drapes beautifully, making satin shinier than the average poplin weave.
Founded in 1796 in Lancashire, Thomas Mason defines British finesse. Currently based in Italy and owned by the Albini Group, the brand is synonymous with elegance, and has carved a niche for itself in the world of English tailoring.
Sourced from a handful of the world’s finest mills, our luxurious fabrics have quality at their core.
Perfectly weighted, precisely laser-cut German interlining for the crispest collars and cuffs.
Our proprietary algorithms create and store your unique patterns forever.
Superior raw materials
sourced for durability and elegance.
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