SUGAR CANE Wabash Stripe Work Shirt SC25551A


This "Wabash Stripe" work shirt is made from 8.5 oz indigo-dyed fabric with a dot stripe pattern. It is based on a vintage workwear shirt from the early days of workwear, and the details show traces of dress shirts. A short-sleeve model using the same fabric is also available.

The label on the collar is a hand-stamped label. A "CALICO" paper tag is attached at the time of delivery. The bottom of the back yoke has an irregular facing, which is often seen on printed dress shirts. A union ticket is sewn to the underside of the left placket hem. Selvedge reinforcement fabric is used for the side slits. The end of the rolled seam is finished with an empty loop. The front buttons are donut-shaped metal buttons, which were used on kids' overalls. The chest pocket is asymmetrical, commonly known as a "gacha pocket", which is seen on pre-war work shirts. The sleeves are made with two panels, and feature a sword boro part that was used before it was simplified. The cuffs are gathered rather than tucked, a feature unique to the era when dress shirts were transitioning to work shirts.