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- Order number: 9375-84-691-slim-25.39
- advice: Our TIP: You can also wear this casual shirt unironed to keep the sporty look. Take the shirt out of the machine directly after the washing cycle, close the collar, smooth it down and beat the shirt vigorously - then hang it up to dry on a hanger. Done - When you iron it, it's neat and smooth.
Made from Casual Oxford Shirt by Eton, this shirt has a sporty touch and high performance, making you look great all day long. Thanks to its unique texture and high wearing comfort, this shirt is a must-have in every wardrobe. Washed for a stylish look and comfort. Sporty, casual but well-groomed.
Slim fit with waist darts. Attached, sporty button panel, tight stitch density in the seam work. Mother-of-pearl buttons sewn on wrapped handle. Hand-cut seams. With breast pocket, rounded hemline, cutaway collar with one button. Sleeves with sports cuff.
- Material: 100% Cotton
- Colour: white / light blue
- Fit: Slim Fit
- Casual business - washed Oxford goods
- attached button bar
- Cutaway collar with soft collar inserts
- tight stitch density during seam processing
- Mother-of-pearl buttons sewn on wrapped handle
- Hand-cut seams
- no breast pocket
- sports cuff
- Rounded hem line
- Care: Wash at 30°C
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* All figures in centimetres (cm).
1. neck circumference
Open the shirt and lay the collar flat. Measure from buttonhole to button.
2. chest measurement
Place the shirt with closed buttons on a flat surface and measure approx. 1 cm below the armhole. Measure from side to side and
You will receive half the bust measurement. Now double the result for the desired circumference.
3. waist measurement
Place the shirt with closed buttons on a flat surface and measure from one side to the other. The waist is measured at the narrowest part of the shirt.
Double the result again.
Measure from the middle down again to the end of the hem.
5. arm length
Measure from the middle back to the shoulder seam, then measure from the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff and combine these measurements.
In 1928 Annie and David Pettersson began to produce high-quality shirts under the name "Skjortfabriken Special" in the small southern Swedish village of Ganghester. In the 1950s, when it was decided to expand distribution beyond Sweden's borders, it quickly became clear that the brand name was too difficult to pronounce outside Scandinavia. Since exclusive shirts need an exclusive name, the company was renamed "ETON" with the permission of the famous English university.
Quality and attention to detail have always been the cornerstones of every "ETON" collection. First the colours for each new season are decided, from which the respective patterns are then developed. These are woven on the best looms in Italy from selected long staple Pima cotton. The final and unique finishing process gives the fabric an unmistakably soft feel that allows it to be processed into an "ETON" shirt.
Today demanding men all over the world appreciate "ETON" shirts as a synonym for authenticity and highest quality.