Corridor’s reliable eye for unique shirting patterns — especially ones rooted in traditional techniques — continues to impress, and their Handblock Thick Stripe Shirt is no exception. The made-in-India fabric has been printed manually using handblocks, which lends nuanced textures and patterns within the overall stripe.
The funky motif inspires a hodgepodge of cultural associations, from ’90s sitcom character to retro surfer-chic, with maybe a Basquiat painting thrown in. And with its red-white-and-blue color palette, you’ll fit right in at an Independence Day barbecue in a variety of countries. The shirt is finished off with contrasting white buttons and a spread collar, and is assembled in New York City as Corridor’s gear always is.
Available from Corridor for $155.