The perfect casual shirt that gets better with every wear, in 100% organic cotton. Made in a thicker weave that makes it both durable and naturally resistant to wrinkles, the Oxford is the ultimate balance of comfort and tailoring, making it an easy choice to throw on every day. Best suited to relaxing on Weekends, wear it loosely buttoned over jeans and over a roll-neck.
How to wash:
How to dry:
Hang to air dry after a quick shake, and to ease the ironing effort, always hang on a hanger. If possible, avoid direct sunlight unless the fabric is white, and never tumble dry.
How to iron:
Ironing is optional due to the relaxed nature of the shirt, but recommended for a pressed finish. It’s an easy fabric to iron: again use a medium-high heat (150-200ºC), and finish by steaming.
How to fold:
Travelling with your shirts? We would always recommend rolling instead of folding to help reduce wrinkles. To roll, lay the buttoned up shirt on it’s back and pull back one side so it sits directly on top of its other half. Pick up both sleeves and fold them vertically down the body of the shirt. Then starting at the collar, gently roll the shirt from top to bottom; when you get to the sleeves, fold them in and continue until your whole shirt is rolled up.
If you prefer to fold, then button up the shirt and flip it over so it’s button-side down. Fold the left sleeve and body section of the shirt in and then line the sleeve vertically down; repeat with the right side. Finally, fold the shirt up from the bottom in thirds and turn over.
If you have got a stain on the shirt you have been living in don’t panic! If it is an oil based stain, use a small amount of washing up detergent, gently massaging the outer perimeter of the stain, working your way into the centre of the stain. This stops the stain from dispersing further. Rinse thoroughly and then wash the complete shirt as normal. If it is a water based stain, a normal soak, followed by a complete wash should be sufficient.