Cotton Stripe Dress Shirt

Paul Smith
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Cotton Stripe Dress Shirt

$315
$149 Gilt
Size (US Neck):
Men's Dress Shirts
US Neck Men Alpha US (chest) US Sleeve EU EU Neck Chest (cm)
13 - 13 1/2 XS 34 - 36 31 - 32 44 - 46 33 - 35 86 - 91
14 - 14 1/2 S 36 - 38 32 - 33 46 - 48 35.5 - 37 91 - 97
15 - 15 1/2 M 39 - 41 33 - 34 48 - 51 38 - 40 99 - 104
16 - 16 1/2 L 42 - 44 34 - 35 52 - 54 40.5 - 42 106 - 112
17 - 17 1/2 XL 45 - 47 35 - 36 55 - 57 43 - 44.5 114 - 119
18 - 18 1/2 XXL 48 - 50 36 - 37 58 - 60 45 - 48 122 - 127
  • 16
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    Men Alpha L
    US (chest) 42 - 44
    US Sleeve 34 - 35
  • 16.5
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    Men Alpha L
    US (chest) 42 - 44
    US Sleeve 34 - 35
  • 17
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    Men Alpha XL
    US (chest) 45 - 47
    US Sleeve 35 - 36
  • 17.5
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    Men Alpha XL
    US (chest) 45 - 47
    US Sleeve 35 - 36
Color:
sky blue
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Description
Designer

Woven cotton dress shirt

  • Stripe print throughout
  • Spread collar
  • Barrel cuffs with button closure
  • Tonal top stitching and panel seaming
  • Button closure

Size and Fit

  • U.S. Sizing
  • Garment Measurements from a size 16: Chest: 45", Sleeve: 35½", Backlength: 32"

Care: Machine wash

Material: 72% cotton, 25% polyamide, and 3% elastane

Brand: Paul Smith

Origin: Italy

London-based designer Paul Smith largely adheres to the ages-old tradition of proper British tailoring, but he still loves thumbing his nose at it once in a while. His signature look emphasizes an irreverent mash-up of classic English styles — think extra-sharp tailoring juxtaposed against bright stripes and contrasting colors. Since launching his line in Paris in 1976, Smith has established himself as one of England's most prominent designers. Over the last 35 years, his eponymous brand has expanded to include everything from womenswear to eyewear to furniture; all with a famous fan base that counts stylish stars like Jude Law and David Bowie among its (not unsubstantial) number.