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Reissues Tartan Shirt Dress

D9711  
£110 £55

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Made in a crisp cotton poplin, with a traditional tartan pattern, our Reissues shirt dress takes its cue from our archive men’s shirting. The slight A-line shape gives the piece a more feminine silhouette.

Crisp cotton poplin with tartan pattern / A-line skirt, sits just above the knee / Cross-cut yoke and cuff / Button down collar and buttoned cuffs / Vintage-style two-hole buttons

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The Reissues collection takes the Fred Perry archive as its starting point. Each piece references the styles and stories of the subcultural uniform. Originally worn as a symbol of the wearer’s clan, tartan signified the life of the gentry and the wearer’s long and noble heritage. The adoption of tartan into streetwear in the ‘60s was a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment. Featuring here on our button-down shirt dress, tartan still forms a key part of the subcultural uniform.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine Washable
Style
D9711
Colour
Black

Shipping

Order by 3pm weekdays for:
— UK next working day delivery [Free]
— UK next working day delivery before 10.30am [£10]
— UK Saturday or Sunday delivery [£6]

More Information
Colour Description Black
SKU D9711-220
Fabric Composition 100% Cotton
Hero 220
Keywords dress, vestito, abito, dresses
Washable Instructions Machine Washable
Collection Reissues
Gender Womens
Bullet 1 Crisp cotton poplin with tartan pattern
Bullet 2 A-line skirt, sits just above the knee
Bullet 3 Cross-cut yoke and cuff
Bullet 4 Button down collar and buttoned cuffs
Bullet 5 Vintage-style two-hole buttons
Further Reading

The Reissues collection takes the Fred Perry archive as its starting point. Each piece references the styles and stories of the subcultural uniform. Originally worn as a symbol of the wearer’s clan, tartan signified the life of the gentry and the wearer’s long and noble heritage. The adoption of tartan into streetwear in the ‘60s was a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment. Featuring here on our button-down shirt dress, tartan still forms a key part of the subcultural uniform.

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