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NWT $495 RLPL "Aston" Tailored Shirts (15" & 16"), Medium Blue & White San Sabastian Stripe, Semi Sp

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For sale I have two "Aston" Tailored RLPL shirts - one is a 15" collar and the other a 16" collar. The pattern is described on the tag as "San Sabastian Stripe", which perhaps is a typo. What cannot be argued is that such a medium blue/white striped pattern is entirely business appropriate and would be particularly well paired with a solid suit and/or blazer.

Made in Italy from 100% cotton. These shirts have a semi spread lined collar and barrel cuffs. Rear construction features a split yoke and back pleats. There is a front placket as per all RLPL shirts (that I've seen anyway). Standard RLPL MOP buttons, i.e. slightly better quality than found on RLBL shirts.

Both shirts include spare buttons and collar stays. I'll ship this in a box to guard against the collar being compressed in transit.

Asking price is $180 -> $170 -> $160 -> $150 -> $140 -> BOTH SOLD shipped per shirt CONUS or the EU

15" Collar Measurements
  • Shoulder 18.5"
  • P2P 22"
  • Sleeve 25.75" (measured from shoulder seam)
  • Total length 31.75" (measured down back from BOC)

16" Collar Measurements
  • Shoulder 19.5"
  • P2P 23.5"
  • Sleeve 26.25" (measured from shoulder seam)
  • Total length 32.5" (measured down back from BOC)
 

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