Type 477 Didcot Shirt - Hadal Brown
A label with a deep focus on historical British workwear, Tender take traditional industrial clothing and add their own twist with unusual materials and dying techniques.
"The Type 477 Didcot Shirt is a descendant of the Railway Collar Jacket, produced in very small numbers in 2012. Both garments take their collar design from a British Rail uniform overshirt discovered in the archive of the Great Western Society at Didcot."
"The shirt is technically collarless, but a wide shaped facing is sewn onto the outside of the neck, pointed up at the placket, making the shape of a standard shirt collar. Hand pockets are sewn into the side seams. The sleeves are pleated into false cuffs, and the hem is finished in a gentle curve." - William Kroll - Tender co.
-Topstitched false collar
-Large hand pockets sewn into side seams
-Pleated false cuffs with cast pewter catseye buttons
Model is 5'11, 42" chest, 32" waist and is wearing a size Medium.