This really cool spring-break summer-weight short-sleeved vintage 70s cowboy shirt is in a bicentennial color-way of All American red, white and blue.
The label is Western Frontier, the shirt is a fabulous quality WOVEN stripe oxford in what feels like mostly cotton that may have a little bit of polyester blended with it (there is no fiber label).
The stripes run vertically, so this is totally slimming, plus the western peaked yokes (front and back) are cut so the stripes run horizontally, which visually broadens the shoulders. The left front has a diagonal pocket with peaked flap on the opposite diagonal with a pearlized snap (by Gripper).
19.5" across the front under that arms (~38-39" chest),
15.5" across the back shoulders,
5.5" from shoulder point to neck point,
5.75 sleeve (underarm seam)
26" from shoulder to hem.
We estimate this to be a men's small, or a medium-ish woman could wear it, too.
This is in very very good, completely wearable condition; no spots, no stains, the collar is pristine. The only issue (if you would call it that) is that it has a hint of what we call "vintage fade" goin' on, which makes us love it even more.
We are a member of the Vintage Fashion Guild.
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