St. James Breton Striped Shirt - 0138 - Product Flat
St. James Breton Striped Shirt
In 1889, the Breton “Mariniere” or fisherman shirt was invented by Saint James founder Léon Legallais. This dense cotton version features a boatneck collar and simple construction so as not to hinder fishermen’s movements while at work.
Body length: 24" Chest: 36"
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Our vintage collection consists of items that have remained part of the tapestry of our collective history and culture. Naturally, these items have all had previous lives. There may be signs of wear and patina from the natural aging process. All clothing in our collection has been cleaned, serviced, and repaired and is ready for its new home.