Pherrow’s Strikes Up Their 50s-Inspired Bowling Shirts in Linen and Silk
If your bowling uniform needs updating, or if you’re just a fan of the bowler’s uniform, these new Pherrow’s Bowling Shirts might be up your alley. While Pherrow’s keeps it playful with chain stitch-embroidered bowler’s uniform detailing, their passion and commitment to authenticity is clear. From the cut of the shirt itself, to the slubby linen-silk blend fabric, the piece is 1950s-inspired through and through.
Made in Japan, the Bowling Shirt has a boxy fit with square hem, camp/splay collar, eyeglass loop on the collar, two chest pockets with rounded flaps, pleated back yoke, ‘Gus’ chainstitch-embroidered on the chest, and ‘Golden Gas Co.’ on the back. The 56% linen, 44% silk fabric is sure to be a good combination for the coming summer months, or for enduring a hot night of Cosmic Bowling at your local Bowl America.
Available for £179.00 (~$235USD) at Clutch Cafe.