Portuguese Flannel Corduroy Shirt - Jazz Club Green (button-down)

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  • A unique addition to our newest Portuguese Flannel autumn collection - a casual corduroy shirt in dark green colour with a flower print and soft button-down collar. Finished with genuine mother-of-pearl buttons and a classic breast pocket.

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  • Proper port wine gets even better over time and that characteristic applies to Portuguese Flannel as well. This family-owned business is presently run by the fourth generation of the Magalhães family. It specializes in high-quality flannel shirts manufactured by master craftsmen in the old towns of northern Portugal. Portuguese Flannel uses exclusive fabrics that are produced the traditional way, selecting only the finest ones.

Not everyone owns a denim shirt, but you should. And it has never been as easy as it is now with this singular and surprisingly comfortable autumn shirt from the newest Portuguese Flannel collection. Casual shirt through and through - from its material and soft button-down collar to its dark green colour and flower print. It even sports its obligatory Portuguese pocket.

The Portuguese Flannel family firm specialises, as the name suggests, in flannel, but they reach the same quality with their corduroy clothes. And they keep the same traditional processes and fulfil social their social role dutifully. As a result you will get not only a nice warm shirt but also the nice warm feeling of supporting a decent company that pays fair wages. 

  • Regular fit
  • 100% cotton (corduroy)
  • Button-down collar
  • Mother-of-Pearl buttons
  • Responsibly made in a Portuguese family firm
  • AW 20 collection

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