Second shirt show : Scott Fraser Collection loop collar shirts.

Second in line for the Scott Fraser Collection shirt range is what is described as a loop collar. One garment that I’ve obsessed over now for quite some time. I find the versatility of style in this shirt just perfect.
Set the scene – the weather’s hot out simply allow the collar to be un-buttoned and spread open to allow the cool summer breeze to whip around. The hot day turns into a cool evening and you’re still out and it doesn’t look like you’ll be heading home any time soon. Fastening the loop before you enter your chosen establishment creates a more refined, less casual look. Amazing what a button can do.

Want to learn more about the history of the loop collar – Keep you in : The loop collar shirt story.

The term ‘loop collar’ is used to describe the fastener of the shirt that is attached to the top of the button placket. The shirt can be worn in two ways: fastened at the top with the loop and a concealed collar button or left open to reveal the spread lapel collar. The shirt is finished with solid mother-of-pearl buttons. Other details include a split vent on the arm cuff, rear yoke ‘locker loop’ and a rib pocket with a loop stay for holding your shades.(1) Ochre(1) Ochre-2(1) Ochre5(1) Ochre3

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Available in X-Small   –   X-Large

Made in London, England.

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