Gingham checks never go out of style. We made this purple gingham check shirt distinct by adding contrast gray chambray accents and putting the pocket check on a diagonal. Make it dapper with a suit or take it out on the town with a pair of dark blue jeans.
    1. 100% cotton
    2. High-quality fabric
    3. LIghtweight fabric (3.8 oz)
    4. Contrasting gray chambray fabric in the cuffs, collar and gusset
    5. 9 button front - reduced boob gape
    6. White buttons
    7. Unique purple logo cuff buttons
    8. Made in NYC


Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Excellent Shirt

I’ve been on the search for a great fitting menswear inspired shirt for awhile now, and I definitely found it! This shirt is great for everyday workwear and is easy to dress up or down. The fit is slimming without being too tight, and I don’t have to worry about the boxiness or extra fabric in the chest and shoulders that I usually experience with men’s shirts.

Love it!

Absolutely top notch shirt and excellent customer service :)

Fabulous threads!

This shirt is all-around fabulous! It's made of super-soft fabric with vibrant colors that feels better than your off-the-rack shirt. The small details of the contrasting cuff color and offset plaid pocket are nice touches. It's a well-made shirt and it's now my "go-to" shirt for special occasions!

My go to shirt

The Stowe is the most versatile top. I can dress it up or down depending upon the rest of my outfit. The color is vibrant and goes great w my jeans. The fit is comfortable and stylish. Love it! Dont know what I did without it!!

Keeping this butch looking stylish!

Well constructed of very good quality fabric that I don't mind ironing. At 5'8" and 145lb, the 12 seemed true to size for a reasonably trim, not snug, fit.With broad shoulders and long arms, I never machine dry shirts in order to preserve sleeve length. This shirt, too, leaves me wanting another inch in that respect. Kudos for a neck size that doesn't look gappy with a tie, and stylish details at the hem and sleeve buttons. (Still mourning the demise of Saint Harridan, but their sleeves were too short for me as well.)

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