The London Plains Shirt; Single & Double Cuff Style; Regular Classic Fit
OUR SHIRTS ARE MORE GENEROUS CUT AS A REGULAR FIT THAN OTHERS (see Size Chart).
The Hallmark Of Janeo British Apparel Shirts Is Value For Money With No Compromise On Quality And Fabrics. Our Shirts Are Favourite With Business Clients As They Offer Easy Iron And Good Longevity With A Cotton Polyester Mix Fabric. Prefect Tailoring Taking The Art Of Making Shirts To The Traditional Level.
There Are Of Course Cheaper Options, But Our Shirts Will Surpass Any Of These Once You Have Tried And Tested, Like Our Loyal Clients Who Buy Over And Over Again. With Over 2000 Buyers So Far, Buy In Confidence Knowing It’s A Quality Product And A Great Value Price.
• A BRITISH BRAND; ENGLISH TAILORING & STYLING
• Fine Detailing Including Collar Boning In All Shirts. Free Cufflinks With Double Cuff Shirts.
• All Shirts offered in Single or Double Cuff Options
• A Regular Generous Fit
• From Sizes: 14 ½” Right up to 22″.
• 14 Classic colours available to choose from.
• Our shirts are for Business Professionals seeking superior quality shirts for the office or formal wear at a Value for money price.
The London Plains Shirts are generously cut having a Regular Fit. with long tails and arms & in between sizes of 1/2 inches in the Collar. Should you wish to make the shirts slightly more tailored, they are very easily adjusted by having two darts sewn in the back at any local sewing adjustment place.
NOTE: OUR SHIRTS ARE MORE GENEROUS CUT AS A REGULAR FIT THAN OTHERS
See Our Size Chart For Essential Chest & Length Measurements. (Click Here)
|Brand: Janeo British Apparel||Department: Mens|
|Type: Formal Shirt||Sleeve Type: Single or Double Cuff|
|Fit: Regular||Material: 42% Cotton/ 58% Polyester|
|Sleeve Length: Long||Pattern: Plain|
|Closure: Branded Button||Style Name: The London Plains|
|Size Type: Regular||MPN: j10505|
|Collar Type: Formal Classic Collar||Garment Care: Easy Care, Machine Washable|
|Colour: 14 Colours||Coller Sizes: 14 ½” Right up to 22″.|
For me though, the "light lilac" is just a tad too light.