An airier shirt with short sleeves would be a rare find.

Seersucker shirt in linen and cotton.

Back in the day, when the temperature went up you had to choose between cooling linen and airy crepe cotton seersucker. The advantages of having both fibres in one shirt were (and still are) very rare.
Hardly any material is as refreshing as seersucker with linen.
Loosely and tightly woven in alternating smooth and ruffled stripes, the hard-wearing Oxford fabric only touches 30% of the skin. Since it largely stays away from the body, it allows the air to circulate freely. Added to this is the natural ability of linen to absorb moisture and quickly transfer it to the outside, which prevents uncomfortable sweating.

Generous cut. 50% cotton, 50% linen. Machine washable. Made in Portugal.


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