The Bridge Pocket Square Tail Shirt is based on the type 422 Square Tail Shirt made by Tender previously, with large pockets bridging the front panels and caught into a reversed placket at the front, and the seams at the side.
This version of the Bridge Pocket Shirt is dyed in Chlorophyll, from the Greek for green leaf. A pigment that was first isolated in 1817 by Pierre Joseph Pelletier and Joseph Bienaimé Caventou. It quickly denatures (as when vegetables are overcooked) to become khaki or brown with that it is quite a difficult pigment to obtain. Chloropyll imparts a delicate green, softer than mineral dyes such as viridian or verdigris, and cleaner than mixed greens like those derived from turmeric and indigo.
The fabric is a 100% cotton woven in England. Belisha beacons were introduced to British pedestrian road crossings in 1934 by the Minister of Transport Leslie Hoare-Belisha. They consist of a flashing yellow lamp at the top of a striped black and white pole. Belisha Stripe fabric is woven on an ecru cotton warp with wide bands of ecru cotton and Japanese indigo-dyed weft yarns, matching the proportions of a Belisha beacon. The indigo yarn will fade and bleed as the garment wears in and is washed, softening the stripe edges.
The garment has been washed to prevent it from shrinkage and it makes the pigment come to life in the most beautiful way.
Johan is 173 cm tall with a weight of 67 kilos and wears a size 1 - S.
- Tender 452 Bridge Pocket Square Tail Shirt Chlorophyll Dyed Indigo Cotton Belisha Stripe
- 100% Cotton
- Dyed in Chlorophyll
- Two large front pockets
- Stitched with cotton thread
- Cotton fabrics woven in England
- Brown plastic catseye buttons
- Wide boxy fit
- Pre washed and won't shrink
- Made in England
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. Width is measured straight across the chest from armpit to armpit, length is measured at the back of the garment from the neck down and the sleeve length is measured on the underarm from the armpit to the end of the cuff.