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FOLK Button-Up Striped Chambray Shirt, Size 2 (Fits Small, Slim)!!!

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by reedobandito, Sep 26, 2012.

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    Really nice thick workwear shirt from british label Folk, in a chambrayish fabric with alternating railroad/regular stripes. White fabric lines the neck and inside of the armpits, as well as a small white fabric tag on the lower left portion of the hem (a 1" square). Lots of cool little details, retailed for around $150-200. Not sure of the season, but likely a F/W collection (probably '10 or '11).

    I've purchased it new and wore it 2 or so times, washed once then hung to dry. Great condition, easily 9/10 (not even any collar staining). Fits very slim and too cropped to tuck, best to wear out. Best for a true 36/46, I'd say. Price includes shipping in the CONUS, PM me for other rates.

    Measurements:
    Chest: 19"
    Shoulders: 16.5"
    Sleeve (from bottom): 18.5"
    Back Length: 29.5"

    Thanks!
    Reedo
     

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