The Benjamin BEN SHERMAN 1980s Archive Check Shirt

Ben Sherman
£74.99 £40.00

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Ben Sherman 'The Benjamin' 1980s archive check shirt in light grey. Ben Sherman have delved into their original shirt archive to faithfully recreate some classic designs. This 'Benjamin' Retro textured colour block check shirt is one of these carefully crafted gems! A stunning Eighties textured check shirt featuring the classic Mod three finger rolled collar and stylish spade pocket to chest. The Ben Sherman signature woven tab accentuates the pocket. Forming part of the Ben Sherman archive collection, the 'Benjamin' shirt is a 1980s original re-created, utilising a toned down autumnal colour palette and Retro darned detailing to replicate a rip and repair finish (a homage to everybody who's loved a garment so much, they affectionately repair and fix it rather than let it go!) A piece of Retro clothing history, brought straight back into the 21st century with style and panache, the Ben Sherman 'Benjamin' shirt is sure to be a hit! Revel in it's textured fabric blend, the striking multi check design and the classic Mod style.

- Ben Sherman 'The Benjamin' 80s archive check shirt in light grey.
- Red, blue and green 80s textured check print on light grey ground.
- Mod three finger button down collar.
- Ben Sherman signature buttons.
- Spade pocket with Ben Sherman woven tab.
- Classic Ivy League Hanger Loop and Box Pleat to reverse.
_ Yarn rip and repair detailing for added vintage authenticity.
- Mod Regular Fit
- Colour: Light Grey.
- SKU: 0048300/008 The Benjamin 1980s Archive Check Shirt.

Composition: 100% Cotton.

Care: Wash with similar colours: Please refer to garment care label.

Mod regular fit shirt.

Please refer to size guide for further sizing information. (Size Guide can be found under the size selection drop down box above).

Product ID: 27830

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