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Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt
Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt

Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt

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Carlton, Archive Men's Indigo Oxford Long Sleeve Shirt

Description

This Italian denim shirt is tailored by our workshop with single needle double layer side seams, Kufner interlining in plackets, collar and cuffs, and genuine Tagua Nut (Corozo) buttons. 

Onsloe Curator 

Carlton is a blue indigo weave with white picking through in a very similar manner to a birdseye weave. It is woven by Albiate in the Como area of Italy, and captures the essence of casual elegance. Wear this casually, or iron it up a bit for pairing with a sport coat. Like all denim, it will fade with every wash and slowly develop its own characteristics becoming a truly unique addition to your everyday wardrobe.

Details

Onsloe signature tape at cuff placket and logo curtain at side seams.

Content 

100% Cotton Indigo Birdseye Weave woven in Italy

Warranty 

3-Year "Wear-No Tear"

Delivery 

As we make every single piece just for you, please allow 10 working days for our tailors to complete your order, and an additional 4 days for transit. 

Care Instructions

Machine wash warm with like colors / Do not bleach / Line dry / Cool iron if needed / or dry clean

Returns 

30 days free return on all orders. NOTE! Personal monogram voids return privileges.

 

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