Button Down Collar
Created by polo players in the late 1800’s, the button down collar remains a staple of style and was originally brought to the masses by Brooks Brothers in 1896. The Shoreditch Laundry version of this classic stands two inches tall to create a perfect roll without a tie.
The metered cuff is an elevated version of the normal cuff with the edges cut at an angle for a sharp appearance.
Centre Box Pleat
The centre box pleat is a comfort feature, where the pleat are placed at the shoulder blades just below the curved yoke.