I made a standard work shirt with warp and weft indigo. The work shirt is a gem that represents the simplicity and robustness of American products. This work shirt, which has been interpreted by the Bonkura style, looks simple at first glance, but like all other items, it is made with great attention to detail. The fabric is an original indigo-dyed Betashan fabric for both warp and weft. The button uses the original urea button. In addition to double-stitching everywhere, including the collar, the yoke is triple-stitched. In addition, the pockets do not have flaps, so you can create a neat silhouette even when layered. It can be said that it is a branded product that can be worn regardless of generation, as it is simple and sturdy yet somewhat elegant. A work shirt is one of the representative styles of American culture, known to be sincere and sturdy. With our explanation of the work shirt, we created our own version. Although it looks very simple, we have include as many details as we can just like other products. The fabric is the original denim shirt weaved slowly by the old power loom and we use the original urea buttons as well.
The fabric is unprocessed to retain its original texture, so there may be individual differences. The size chart is in a shrunk state after washing and drying.