Cozy Shirting is a vertical I’m very into but also one that I don’t think gets enough recognition (probably because it’s not a real thing but anyways). Here’s the case for: it spans multiple other subsets—sweatshirts, knitwear, button downs, popovers—it’s warm and it’s soft. Here’s the case against: … Was that biased? Yes. Onward. Jelado seems to be on this cozy wavelength though, because they just dropped their CT41140 Mimic Shirt in a Tiger Duck Camo and it’s a good one.
For starters, it was made in Japan using a rugged, long-lasting, 100% cotton duck canvas that was printed with a crazy good tiger camo pattern, and then that fabric was brushed for warmth to the point that I’m kind of tired after looking it at. Elsewhere, this one has an elongated point collar, a button front placket, two patch pockets at the chest, a rounded hem, triple-needle stitching throughout and that chainstitch runoff for those out there that are into those sorts of things.
Otherwise, it’s cut on the relaxed side for added winter versatility and will pair well with most wintry weather.
Available for £240.83 (~$300USD) at Clutch Cafe.