Antique Blue Collection

Classic Styles

The Popover and the Club Collar: two old school garments that've held their ground through the decades. While these two styles have very different origins, they share a common thread in our Antique Blue Collection.

A year or two ago we came across a few yards of deadstock shirting. It looked like simple men’s shirting from the 60s, but it was soft and faded. We sent the fabric to our partner mill in Portugal and worked with them to make a replica. They absolutely nailed it. The slight patina, the faded color palette, and the buttery-soft feel all felt present. 

The Club Collar has the same fit as our California and Jack shirts, and features our signature rounded pocket. 

The Popover is a touch bigger in the stomach and around the hips so you can pop it on-and-off easily. It's 1” shorter in length because it is always worn untucked. Our Popover also features some killer construction details: double-needle sewing in the front placket, a flat bottom with twill-tape-finished side vents, and a slit-sleeve placket finished with the same twill tape. Our favorite little detail is on the pocket: a cross-grain overlay that adds the slightest hint of intrigue.

These shirts were a helluva lot of fun to make. We hope you’ll enjoy wearing them just as much.

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