1930s mens polo shirt blue with spearpoint collar
Vintage reproduction mens polo shirt also to be worn as dress shirt. The shirt is made from blue melange jersey with a cream spear point collar, tab closure and cuffs. The collar has a collar stand just as regular dress shirts so it can be worn with a tie or other neck ware, and at the same time it is as comfortable and soft as a polo shirt. The faux cuffs also have two buttons. I made this pattern after an original 1940s polo shirt. This item is made in recycled jersey
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Pair this 1930s Polo shirt with an original tie, a waistcoat and jacket works very well, or for a more leisure look just as is on a high waisted pair of trousers. It is a very versatile and stylish garment.
fine knit jersey in blue melange and cream
spear point collar with collar stand
vintage NOS buttons
fabric made from recycled fibres (see below for more info)
The sizes are US sizes. If you want a tight fit you can size down but consider it has a dress shirt closure, you don't want it too tight around the neck.
Measure your chest and find your body measurement in the size chart to find your corresponding size. When in between sizes size up or down depending on your regular neck size. More information on sizes and measuring can be found here:
MATERIAL AND CARE:
50% Cotton / 45% recycled polyester / 5% Elasthane
OEKO-TEX standard 100
GRS Global Recycled Standard
Machine wash cold with mild detergent with similar colours
leave to dry. Do not soak, do not bleach, iron low heat.
GRS stands for Global Recycled Standard, which is a standard which verifies the presence and amount of recycled material in fabrics and tracks the flow of raw materials from its source to the final product. It is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices and chemical restrictions. The GRS certificate only applies to fabrics that contain more than 50% recycled fibers. Nooteboom Textiles cares about the environment and actively participates in the initiative to give yarns a second life.