While I’m not much of a proponent of the spread collar when worn with a tie, an open spread collar is really the only way to go when it comes to a summery short-sleeved shirt. There’s just something to the ease it adds to an ensemble (and a demeanor), and given their latest release, it seems like Warehouse is on the same page.
This made-in-Japan warm-weather shirt features an open ‘Italian collar’ with a single looped button closure (tip: forget about ever using it), button-back short sleeves, a ‘Mountain’ styled buttoned chest pocket and a relaxed, boxy fit. The end-on-end fabric is also a nice choice, further playing up the rest of the ’50s and ’60s reference points found throughout the shirt.
Available for about $260.59 at Clutch Cafe.