MEN LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS:
Vintage men long sleeve Oxford shirts, vintage men corduroy shirts, Aztec print shirts, striped shirts, and patterned boho artist shirts. Vintage 70's men shirts, 80's shirts, 90's shirts.
WHAT IS AN OXFORD SHIRT?
An Oxford shirt is a shirt usually made of cotton in a specific Oxford weave and has a buttoned collar. First Oxford shirts were made by Scottish fabric mills in the 19th century and were popular among Polo players.
ARE LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS GOOD FOR SUMMER?
Sure, roll up the sleeves and a long sleeve shirt will be a more preppy t-shirt alternative that can be married with chino shorts for a hot summer day.
DO YOU HAVE LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS MADE OF LINEN?
Yes, we have some vintage men's linen or linen blend shirts in different colors that are an excellent choice for summer.
WHAT IS THE PLAID SHIRT CALLED?
Plaid shirts are usually called flannel shirts but the name “flannel” denotes a material – soft, medium weight cotton that has a napped or fuzzy finish on one or both sides. Plaid refers to the checked pattern cloth that can be made of any material. So a plaid flannel shirt would mean a soft cotton shirt with a plaid pattern.
WHAT DECADE IS PLAID SHIRTS
The plaid pattern becomes popular in 70s with the iconic plaid flannel shirt that has survived through decades and still is popular among various social groups. After 20 years plaid flannels exploded again in '90s and now we see the revival of plaid again.
ARE FLANNEL SHIRTS FROM 90'?
Flannel shirts date back to 70's but they had a renewed surge in popularity in the 90s to such an extent that people started to associate flannels with 90's. Today flannel are seeing another comeback as people are expressing themselves in various outfits in plaid.