Indigofera’s Fargo Shirt is an Ideal Indigo-Dipped Layer
The perfect layer may not actually exist. But Indigofera makes a compelling statement with their Indifargo, uh, I mean, the Fargo Shirt. Built in a shirt-jacket design, it’s cut using a rinsed indigo-dyed herringbone twill fabric that’s full of character and visual interest. And at 13oz., it means it’s a solid 3-season piece. It also means, with proper care and patience, sick indigo herringbone fades are in order.
The two front chest flap pockets are lined and made complete by the decorative arcuate stitching. The pockets against the reinforced chest provide an interesting depth to the piece, especially in that eye-catching herringbone. Branded brass buttons pop and contrast nicely with the deep indigo, tuck the shirt in, and match it with your brass belt buckle. Made in Portugal, other details include a stamped leather tag, back yoke/length reinforcement, and button adjusting cuffs.
Available for $325 at Franklin & Poe.