Open Collar Corduroy shirts became popular in the 1950s as a form of casual workwear, seen as a more stylish alternative to traditional flannel shirts and even crossed over into Ivy League style later in the era.

This example, also available in Burgundy is made of a fine, 14 Wale cotton-wool Corduroy with a bespoke Rayon back-lining and constructed in a boxy fit and finished with a straight hem, true to the vintage proportions.

The open collar is secured with a single offset button and collar loop. The CORDUROY OPEN COLLAR SHIRT benefits from symmetrical flap pockets, a button down front placket and straight yoke.

  • Cotton Wool Corduroy Fabric 
  • Rayon Lined Back
  •  Urea Button 
  • Cotton Sewing Thread Construction 
  • Made in Japan