“Even castles in the sky can do with a fresh coat of paint.”

My go-to shirt has been the EG workshirt. They fit me great, the high gussets make them easy to move around and actually work in, and I love all of the details of the construction of them. Well, the workshirt is still my favorite but after I picked up a Workaday 19th Century BD shirt about 2 years ago, I started to appreciate some of the other shirting options Daiki has mastered. The 19th Century BD’s are all single stitch, but still has some great details and well thought out construction. Sawtooth stitching at the collar, a high gusset at the hem, and even gusseted arm pits… don’t laugh, this makes a huge difference in being able to move your arms freely without the shirt riding up. I guess it’s good to have options for shirts you love right?


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