Pherrow’s Bandana Print Open Collar Shirt is Indigo-Dyed

Pherrow’s might have just made the shirt of the summer. A highlight of the Japanese label’s SS24 collection is this Bandana Print Open Collar Shirt that will continue to look better and better for years to come, thanks to indigo yarn dyeing.

Since 1993, Pherrow’s has gained a reputation for some of the best Americana-tinged reproductions around, and this shirt is no exception. Taking clues from 1950s vacation shirts, the shirt is made of an airy, lightweight cotton and has an open collar and square hem, perfect for the summer heat. As with all Pherrow’s garments, the Bandana Shirt is made in Japan, where the fabric has been yarn dyed in indigo. This dying technique means that the shirt will age and fade with every wear, allowing you to make it your own, summer after summer.

Given that this style of shirt continues to be popular after over 70 years and bandanas have earned themselves a place in American design history, it’s safe to say that this shirt will stay cool—and keep you cool—for many summers to come.

Available at Clutch Cafe for $215.