Engineered Garments F/W11 Chambray Workshirt

I’m sure most of you have seen the Engineered Garments Fall/Winter 2011 collection already, and I’m sure everyone has found a few pieces that they know they could wear on a daily basis. That’s what I dig the most about EG, almost everything that Daiki Suzuki (the brains behind EG) designs is wearable by your everyday guy. Yea, they sort of make it look super fancy in their look books – but it can be dressed down and still look great. The work shirt is a staple in every EG collection – but each time Daiki switches up the fabrics they produce it in – but the chambray is pretty much a given each time. The shirts design is inspired by a vintage 1920’s “Big Yank” work shirt – which includes similar pocketing and construction – but it has a more modernized fit. Made in the New York garment district, the construction is very sturdy and the subtle details (the red bar-tacking rules) make it really stand out.

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