Navy Blue with Nantucket Red Stripes

Hip Length

White with Navy Blue Stripes

Bateau Neck

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Meticulous Knitwear

Breton Navy White Stripes Shirt

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White with Blue Stripes
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Born on the Sea. Our Breton Shirt is a reimagination of the Marinière introduced to the French Navy in 1858. True to the original with 20 stripes on the body and 14 stripes on sleeves. It has a fitted, elongated body with higher armholes and side slits for easy movement. UPF treated for a little sun protection.

Details 

  • 12gg
  • Bateau neck
  • Hip length
  •  ¾” sleeve
  • Side slits
  • Fully-fashioned
  • 66% Linen 34% Cotton with UPF Treatment
  • Machine wash cold with delicate cycle, dry flat

Model Measurements,
- model is wearing size S and she is 5’11” 33” Bust 26” Waist

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The Marinière was once the most popular shirt for all sailors, but its origins date back to the 1700s and a French sailor named Jean. In the 18th century, French sailors preferred their own style of clothing and this caused a bit of friction with their English counterparts.