Madison Shirt 3001B
3001B-S25-2-"Madison" Soft Double Face Navy Plaid
Gilded Age didn't invent plaids. We didn't even invent double cloth, no Sir! But it's a fun fact that Gilded Age was the first to take a double cloth ( also known as double-face) and make a shirt out of it in 2006. Since then, there were many copycats out there, but still-to this day, Gilded Age double-face shirts are the best!
Gilded Age is renown for its use of fines 100% cotton double-face cloth in shirts. This fabric is always made of super soft and fine cotton yarns, with the intricate pattens on each side of the garment. Super soft and light, yet comfortable and warm shirts. The shirt is constructed with the natural mother of pearl signature buttons, contrast fabric touches on inside cuffs, placket, and yoke. Made in classic red blue natural white plaid pattern. Classic Gilded Age fit.
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