Navy Blue with Nantucket Red Stripes

Hip Length

White with Navy Blue Stripes

Bateau Neck

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Meticulous Knitwear

Breton Navy Blue Stripes Shirt

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Blue with Nantucket Red Stripes
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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. Eventually, the French sailors adopted the Mariniére as their own uniform. The original shirts were a bit more like a tunic, cut to fall just below the knee. They were often heavily embroidered and had large, billowing sleeves. The sleeves were so large that sailors could tuck them up to keep them out of the way. The billowing sleeves were eventually shortened and sleeves with pleats were added to make it easier to pull them up.

Details 

  • 12gg
  • Bateau neck
  • Hip length
  •  ¾” sleeve
  • Side slits
  • Fully-fashioned
  • 2/50 66% Linen 34% Cotton with UPF Treatment
  • Machine wash cold with delicate cycle, dry flat

Model Measurements
- model is wearing size M and she is 5’9” 32” Bust 25” 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.