Before finally writing this, I sat at my laptop for a good fifteen minutes or so trying to work out what the hell to call this next garment of clothing by Indigofera. A shirt? No, too substantial. An overshirt? Kinda, but it can be worn as a standalone too. Screw it, it’s the Fargo.
A staple in Indigofera’s armory of outerwear shackets, the Fargo is a little fuller in the body than its sibling, the Copeland, making it perfect for layering come wind, rain, or shine. This season’s colorway is something special: dubbed the ‘green cotton kersey’, or the racing-green Jaguar Land Rover of shirts — as I like to call it — the outerwear shirt features a lined collar stand, original Indigofera brass snap buttons, a straight yoke design, and generous chest pockets.
Made in Portgual and finished with a Japanese-made metal enamel top button, this iteration of the Fargo has an almost corduroy-like feel to it, making it an easy wear with a bit of added flare.
Available for $309 from Franklin and Poe