The safari shirt was born as a male garment in the second half of the 19th century, under the colonial era. It was, in fact, used as a piece of uniform by the English colonists, who used it to survive the heat of Africa. Made with very light fabrics , such as linen and cotton gabardine.This model is distinguished by its two front pockets with bellows and flap.
- Safari shirt in 100% linen
- Pockets with rounded corners with bellows and flap with button, front placket with spear detail
- Relaxed fit