This short sleeve shirt is made from a linen tablecloth from the 1920's. The shirt has ladder stitching stripes running along the front panels and back of the shirt, with initials embroidered on the lower back. The ladder stitch method is a type of drawnwork used in the 1900's.
Front patch pocket
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.