Levi's® Vintage Clothing Denim Family Short Sleeve Shirt - Cornsilk
Dyed to a rich cornsilk colourway this Levi's Vintage Clothing Denim Family Short Sleeve Shirt is a reproduced archival style designed with a high attention to detail to accurately portray society and style of the 1950’s. Made from medium weight cotton, the wide collar neckline adds a distinguishing look to the short sleeve silhouette which is fastened by three white circular buttons and on either side of the waist shaped patch pockets have been added for storage of small essential items. The sleeves have a rolled hem which has been secured with stitching at the seams and the body has a straight cut hem for a casual but neat finish.
This season sees Levi’s Vintage Clothing inspired by the famous San Francisco Soapbox Derby which took place on May 18th 1975 in Mclaren Park to celebrate the opening of the San Francisco Museum of Art. Bay Area artists were sponsored to build elaborate cars which they would then race along the track, Levi Strauss were amongst the list of sponsors who also donated denim for banners. The cut of this design is reflective of the booming economy of the time when leisurewear and denim was becoming more popular and was designed to kit out the whole family.
- 100% Cotton
- Fold Down Collar
- Button Up Front
- Two Front Pockets
- Fold Over Cuffs
- Regular Fit
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