3sixteen Band Collar Short-Sleeve and 3/4 Shirt

Unique fabrics and cuts take precedence over graphics in this limited release.

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New York-based label 3sixteen has launched a limited series of button-up shirts ahead of the fall/winter season. Known for its meticulous attention to detail, the burgeoning label debuts a new silhouette – the “Band Collar” short-sleeve shirt in this release – whilst a new version of the 3/4 shirt has also been made available. The former is an effortlessly stylish pocket button-up constructed from lightweight Japanese cotton, which features a distinct all-over print that comes in blue and white colorways. Originally released in 2014, the brand’s 3/4 makes a return in a “textured broadcloth” material with a triangle discharge all-over print. Both shirts will be available for purchase at select retailers and the 3sixteen webstore starting August 24.

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