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Men's shirt navy blue cotton seersucker Fursac - H3DIVA-DH05-D032
Men's shirt Fursac - H3DIVA-DH05-D032
Men's navy blue shirt Fursac - H3DIVA-DH05-D032
Men's cotton seersucker shirt Fursac - H3DIVA-DH05-D032
Men's blue, navy blue cotton seersucker shirt Fursac - H3DIVA-DH05-D032

Seersucker long shirt with stripes

345 EUR
Color Navy blue - Navy blue and black stripes
  • Seersucker long shirt with stripes - H3DIVA-DH05-D032
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Cotton seersucker long shirt with stripes

  • Shawl collar
  • Long shirt with straight lower hem
  • Lapel cuffs with rounded slits
  • Double-breasted cut
  • Patched pockets on the front and the chest
  • Men shirt 97% cotton and 3% elastane
  • Machine washable at 30°c, do not tumble dry
  • Model: size M, 1,89 m tall

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Seersucker long shirt with stripes

345 EUR

Stripes

A motif for the marginalised and heretics of the middle ages, for childhood, for pleasure and for business men since the 19th century, stripes are a melting pot of contradictory symbolism. Chosen well they remain an unquestionable sign of elegance.

Seersucker

This waffled-effect material, traditionally in blue and white stripes, first appeared in India in the 18th century. Adapted to the wetness of its native climate, it was quickly exported to become a summer classic in the United States. Worn in Congress until the arrival of air conditioning in the 1950s, seersucker is available these days in a wide variety of colours, and still dissipates heat just as efficiently. The American tradition of “Seersucker Thursday” continues to require that men and women wear seersucker suits in Congress, the second or third Thursday in the month of June.