Point Collar Poplin Shirt

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    More Details Givenchy Camo-Print Long-Sleeve Shirt, Khaki Details Givenchy camo-print poplin shirt. Approx. length: 27"L down center front, 31"L down center back. Point collar; fly front. Long sleeves; barrel cuffs. Utility-style front flap pockets. Shirttail hem. Cotton. Imported. Designer About Givenchy: Givenchy, founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy, is an international luxuryhouse known for its Haute Couture, ready-to-wear, and accessoriescollections for men and women. Since 2005, Riccardo Tisci ...
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    More Details BCBGMAXAZRIA Tuxedo Bib Poplin Shirt, White Details BCBGMAXAZRIA tuxedo bib poplin shirt. Stand collar with notch and exposed button; hidden button front. Three-quarter bell sleeves; double-button cuffs. Relaxed fit. High-low hem with back slit. Cotton; machine wash. Imported. Model's measurements: Height 5'10"/177cm, bust 33"/84cm, waist 25.6"/65.2cm, hips 35.8"/91cm, dress size US 2-4/FR 34-36. Designer About BCBGMAXAZRIA: With a collection that runs the gamut from sportswear to ...
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    More Details Ike Behar Check Dress Shirt, Purple Details Ike Behar poplin dress shirt in check pattern. Spread collar; button front. Mitered barrel cuffs. Patch pocket at left chest. Cotton. Made in Portugal. Designer About Ike Behar Menswear: In 1952, Ike Behar immigrated to New York City in pursuit of the American Dream. With only fifty-dollars to his name, Ike Behar took his first job at a small tailor shop. Recognizing his talents the owner offered him ...
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    More Details Ike Behar Plaid Dress Shirt, Brown/White Details Ike Behar poplin dress shirt in plaid. Button-down spread collar; button front. Mitered barrel cuffs. Patch pocket at left chest. Cotton. Made in USA. Designer About Ike Behar Menswear: In 1952, Ike Behar immigrated to New York City in pursuit of the American Dream. With only fifty-dollars to his name, Ike Behar took his first job at a small tailor shop. Recognizing his talents the owner offered him ...
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