turquoise-coloured fancy cotton Truman shirt
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- Order number: 1183020203_S-S
This fresh and light canvas is velvet-like to the touch. Its dotted pattern mixes white and hazelnut colours against a blue-green background to achieve a magnificent palette.
Its collar, now called ‘mao collar’ to make it standard, was first named ‘Nehru collar’ by Patric Hollington. A Nehru collar goes slightly higher on the neck than a mao collar – this is the key of its increased elegance.
Are you not very familiar with the name of Jawaharlal Nehru? He is best know under the name Pandit Nehru and was one of the figureheads of India’s fight for independence, opening the way to a secular and modern state. If you look at pictures of him, you will see that he wore shirts and jackets which collars resemble hollington’s.
Why are you taking it on so easily? Because of its unrivaled comfort? Its straight cut also allows you to match it with various styles of outfit. Some of you like to tuck it inside their trousers for a smart look; some of you prefer wearing it as a polo shirt. In both cases, it will never feel too tight as it includes a back pleat. This pleat allows a great freedom of movement in any situation.
- American Truman-collar shirt
- Straight cut
- Long sleeves
- Double button cuffs
- Slightly interfaced collar
- Back pleat
- 100% cotton composition
- Cleaning instructions: turn inside out - wash at 30°C - gentle spin - do not tumble dry
Sébastien is 1.85 m tall and wears a M size.
delivery deadlines will be within a timescale of one to twelve working days. it depends of the delivery places and the shipping methods. delivery deadlines are calculated as from confirmation of, and payment for, the order.
the customer has 14 business days as from receipt of the package in which to return to p h d sarl the product(s) that he finds unsatisfactory.
all garments are delivered unfinished (sleeves of jackets and hems of trousers). alterations are in charge of the customer. we do not take orders for alterations by mail or phone.