|SML||34||14 1/2" or 37cm||34||26|
|36||15" or 38cm||36||28|
|MED||38||15 1/2" or 39cm||38||30|
|40||16" or 40 1/2cm||40||32|
|LG||42||16 1/2" or 42cm||42||34|
|44||17" or 43cm||44||36|
|XL||46||17 1/2" or 44 1/2cm||46||38|
|48||18" or 46 cm||48||40|
|XXL||50||18 1/2" or 47cm||50||42|
|52||19" or 48cm||52||44|
Faleron Bay Linen Shirt
There’s something about bright bold stripes that makes you want to go out and do things.
Makes others think you can do things, too.
You’ll figure out how to do things.
Unlike the horizontal striped Breton that the French Act of 1858 made regulatory for French sailors, there is no law for these stripes.
But I believe wearing these shirts anytime a rakish look is required is just common sense.
I first spotted them at the Aegean Rally, known officially as the International Aegean Sailing Rally in Greece, on various shipping tycoons in attendance at Faleron Bay for the start.
Faleron Bay Linen Shirt (No. 6640). Short-sleeve camp-collar shirt in 100% linen. Button-down shirt style. Applied placket. One chest pocket.
Of course there’s no law against slipping one of these on under a blazer and dazzling them whether you’re near water or not. Imported.