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Crescent Down Works x Unionmade Indigo Down Shirt

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Crescent Down Works x Unionmade Indigo Down shirt purchased last Fall from Unionmade. This is a one of a kind piece, and indigo canvas w/ red and white selvedge from Cone Mills. I paid almost $600 for this.

I've owned/tried on the down shirt in M, L and XL.

This is the XL (because the shoulder and sleeves were too tight on the large), but I had my tailor bring in the body at the side seams to have it fit more like a large. He did a really fantastic job.

This will fit anyone who is a Large in the down shirt, but wants just a little more room in the shoulder and added sleeve length.

You can read a little about this piece here: http://weardifferent.blogspot.com/2012/11/unionmade-indigo-crescent-down-works.html

The measurements on the standard XL down shirt are

Shoulder to shoulder: 18"
Sleeve: 25.5"
Length Front: 26"
Back: 29.5"
Chest: 22.5"

The measurements of mine are different in the chest

The chest measures: 21.5

The stomach also holds this taper.

Off the rack, this piece was too baggy in the chest and stomach--it fits pretty darn perfect now.


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