75% Viscose 20% Polyester 5% Linen
Chest 124cm, Length 80cm
History Of The Garment
Wearing a mans shirt was known as the ‘sexy shirt switch’. Often seen in films throughout the decades and clever cinematic trick to imply that sex had taken place. It dates back to the 1950s, however in the 1980s, shirt brand Van Heusen capitalized this look and trend and launched a campaign to sell dress shirts with the tag line: "For a man to wear. And a woman to borrow.