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End-on-end is both a great Rites of Spring record and one of our favorite shirting fabrics, created by alternating white and colored yarns in a traditional poplin weave. It gives a very cool, very subtle heathered effect to a solid color, and it makes for a beautiful dress shirt. This one's got a modified spread collar with lightweight, fused interlining to lend some structure. (A little inside baseball: the collar point length is designed to sit in perfect harmony with the widths of our ties and our jacket lapels, all 8cm exactly.) As always, the cut is slim but never skinny, with a high armhole for mobility and a long-enough-to-stay-tucked-in shirttail. It's made with single-needle stitching, 22 stitches/inch, flat-felled seams, and thick, 3.5mm Trocas shell buttons. And while they're designed to look fantastic with a tie, all of our dress shirts can be opened up and worn more casually — in fact, on weekends, we wear them as sport shirts.
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“While you probably could theoretically wear a blue shirt to a formal function or a funeral, white is usually better. But for everything else, light blue is an automatic yes. I would throw in the slightly darker Blue End-on-End. The way the white and blue yarns alternate alternate gives a very cool visual texture to the color.”Read more