I’m not wearing many button ups these days, but I never really wear button ups anymore—at least not long-sleeved ones—so I guess it’s not too much of an adjustment. I still like to look at them though, and every once in a while I’ll almost buy one before remembering that I have good ones still. This Gitman Bros. Vintage Slub Poplin Grid Plaid Khaki shirt, for instance, is one of those*.
(*It’s an ancient ts(s) shirt, for those wondering. It looks sort of like this but not really. Also, now that I’m typing this, I remembered that there’s a Post O’alls shirt that should get some run too. Anyways, I’m losing it how are you all doing.)
Made in the USA from a “three-season” lightweight 100% cotton poplin fabric (don’t even think about breaking it out in that fourth season—you’ll break the simulation), this shirt is cut just a little slim with a curved hem, and features a button-down collar, singular patch pocket at the chest, box pleat, and a locker loop at the back.
If you don’t own a Gitman, there’s no time like the present to address that. If you do, you know this is a good shirt.
Available for $205 exclusively at Division Road