This Havana shirt is made from an early 1900's feed sack from New Jersey. reat Depression era feed sack. During the 1920's, feed sacks began incorporating prints onto their cotton feed sacks, advertising products on the sacks. By the 1940's there were over 31 textile mills producing these type of feed sacks. This shirt has text and imagery throughout the front and sleeves. Soft-worn cotton with discoloration throughout.
Five buttons on front
Boxy fit, S/M
All wear, mending, and idiosyncrasies are unique to the original fabric. Tailor-made in New York City. Dry clean only.
One of a kind garments ship two weeks after purchase date. We are happy to accommodate earlier deliveries upon request.