Arden Linen Sportshirt

Gilded Age
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Arden Linen Sportshirt

$199
$59 Gilt
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Color:
light blue
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Description
Designer

Woven linen sportshirt

  • Spread collar
  • Chest slip pocket
  • Barrel cuffs with button closure
  • Curved hem
  • Tonal top stitching and panel seaming
  • Button closure

Size and Fit

  • Garment Measurements from a size M: Chest: 38", Backlength: 28"
  • Model is wearing a size M
  • Model measurements: Height: 6'2", Waist: 32", Chest: 40", Inseam: 32", Neck: 15½", Sleeve length: 33½"

Care: Machine wash

Material: 100% linen

Brand: Gilded Age

Origin: Imported

Montenegro-born fashion designer Stefan Miljanic approaches Gilded Age, his elegant men’s clothing line, the way Rockwell might regard a canvas: with an obsessive eye for detail and a commitment to craftsmanship. Originally a visual artist, Miljanic founded Gilded Age in 2005 as a collection of T-shirts and denim jeans. By 2008, he began applying his artisanal approach to designing meticulously unstructured blazers, soft lambskin shirts, sharp Henleys, (some knit on nineteenth-century machines), and other menswear. Miljanic credibly refers to Gilded Age’s signature denim as "the best in the industry,” and we’re not about to argue.