The chambray shirt is another iconic garment in the history of clothing and for Vintage55. The chambray fabric was born in France, supposedly in the 16th century, characterized by the weft of white threads intertwined with the usually blue warp, a very robust fabric that becomes soft with time and washing, taking on unique shades and fading highly appreciated in the world of vintage.
This model takes inspiration from the chambray work shirt, built to be practical and resistant thanks to the characteristic double and triple stitching as reinforcement. Our work shirt has the traditional patch pockets with button and the shoulder pads that had the function of protection and reinforcement. The choice of buttons also resumes those traditionally used with the typical chiselling called fisheye”.
- Work shirt in 4.7 oz cotton chambray
- Patch pockets with buttons, reinforced shoulder pads on the armholes, fastening with fisheye buttons, rounded bottom
- Stone wash that gives the light color and vintage effect