Breton Striped T Shirt Blue

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The Breton stripe is a timeless design first introduced in 1858 as the uniform for the French Navy. The unique pattern was made up of 21 stripes each representing one of Napoleon Bonaparte’s victories. Designers such as Jean-Paul Gaultier and Coco Chanel have suede Breton stripes in their collections and style icon James Dean made it famous in Rebel Without a Cause in 1955.

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Garments that are built to stand the test of time, inspired by the past to create powerful ideas for the here and now. &SONS are proud to support innovation and the valuable skills of artisan makers, where hard-won expertise are passed on from one generation to the next.


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  • Classic 1950’s cut
  • Ribbed crew neck
  • Unique ’Slub’ Organic Cotton
  • 185 gsm weight
  • Logo tab label on pocket


Breton Striped T Shirt Blue

Breton Striped T Shirt Blue