Like our OCBD collar, our denim button-down collar draws inspiration from the same striking 1920s elongated point collar we found on our travels at a vintage clothing store in Tokyo. The collar features a tall stance and generous collar roll that works best with soft unlined neckwear and is even better without. This is a sport shirt through and through with a box pleat, slightly oversized chest pocket and single button conical barrel cuffs that taper toward the hand.
The fit is intentionally generous so that it will pair as beautifully with tailoring as it would casual chinos, denims or with one of our favourite Summer staples, our signature Gurkha shorts! Made up in a mid-weight Japanese cotton denim shirting that is washed and bleached to varying shades of indigo before construction, variations, slight flaws and lack of uniformity should be expected from garments of this nature.
Like all of our shirts, this one is intricately crafted with single-needle French seams, pattern matching across the placket, over the shoulders, gauntlets and pockets (if any), thick shell buttons, and the best German interlinings cut along the bias for a beautiful three dimensional poise. One point to mention for many of our shirts, like this one, is the lack of sleeve gauntlet buttons as we find the clicking during keyboard sessions particularly infuriating.
For more accurate sizing and fit, we recommend comparing the measurements in our size guide to a similar garment of your own.