The Brisa Linen Shirt - Vintage Ivory

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  • Ready to ship October 4, 2023

As light as the breeze and as soft as a secret, the Brisa Linen Shirt is the perfect way to take it easy or impress your comrades at dinner.

The Dandy is in the details with our signature gardenia floral embroidery, coconut shell buttons, and notch collar.

Complete the look with the matching Brisa Linen Pants.

Designed with love in California.

DETAILS

  • Signature Gardenia Floral Embroidery
  • Embroidered Dandy Del Mar Logo
  • Front patch pocket
  • Back pleat for superior fit
  • Coconut Shell buttons
  • Notch collar
  • 55% Linen 45% Cotton

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RL
06 March 2022
Ryann L.
United States United States

Perfect fit

Gorgeous detailing and high quality material. I am 5'9 170 and the M fit perfectly.

JP
14 October 2021
Joshua P.
United States United States

I love it, but…

I love y’all. Great style and concepts. My only complaint with the this shirt, and the other few items that I have, is that you can tell it was made by a straight guy. The shirt is beautiful, but it is slightly too boxy. I don’t need it right, but a little fitted/tailored would go a long way in making the shirt look that much more sexy.

CT
13 September 2021
Chasing T.
United States United States

Like the Tonga

Fit and feel are very similar to the Tonga linen shirt. If you have that shirt then you might as well get the ivory colored shirt too. Not a loud as some of the other shirts on the site here. If you don't have the Tonga shirt then let me tell you about the fit. I wear what I like to call "extra medium" that is between a large (usually too large) and a medium (usually too small). This shirt fits like a perfect extra medium not too tight not too loose or long. Perfect for warm weather when you don't want your clothes clinging to you. If you like a more fitted look, go one size down.


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