The term “Oxford” refers to the fabric and not the shirt, which was developed during the 19th century in Scotland, as part of a series of four fabrics aimed at celebrating the best universities in the world. The peculiarity of this fabric lies in the lightness and breathability, possible thanks to the basket structure between thinner threads for the warp and a thicker one for the weft. These characteristics made the Oxford shirts perfect as official uniforms of English polo players, then they began to sew buttons at the base of the collar for practicality, adding to this garment another of its distinctive elements, the button down.
- Cotton oxford
- Fisheye buttons, rounded pocket with flap and button, cuff and slit with buttons, selvedge detail on the side
- Wash that gives a vintage look