Western Shirt With Standing Collar
By the 19th century, playfulness and experimentation had disappeared from mens fashion. The watchword had become simple elegance. This white shirt made of 100 percent cotton can be combined with the more "somber" clothing of the Renaissance, but the cut is inspired by the American pioneer era so the shirt would not be out of place when worn with modern clothing. It has a narrow, slightly tailored cut and straight sleeves with tight cuffs. The row of buttons down the front stops at the stomach to accommodate high-waisted trousers and the top button closes the simple stand-up collar.
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