Micro Check Button Down
We can thank DNA for our various proclivities.
Hunt. Gather. Procreate.
Somewhere in the chain is an enzyme or a telomere length that draws us to the micro-check button down.
Example A: The bartender in Red Hook with the sleeves rolled up to his elbows and the skinniest black tie I’ve ever seen.
Example B: The professor of horticulture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Even those with no interest in dirt-digging sign up.
Example C: The businessman from Edinburgh in the tweed jacket and wool tie. Always meticulous. Never a wrinkle or a fleck of lint in sight.
Diverse backgrounds. Varied levels of attention to detail.
The code is strong. Thank the maker.
The Micro-Check Button Down (No. 5364). 100% cotton poplin in a yarn-dyed micro-check pattern. Flat felled seam finishes. Button-down point collar. Mitered long sleeve with single-button placket. Sleeve cuff with mitered corner and buttons. Self-fabric triangle at hem. Patch pocket with rounded bottom at left chest. Shirttail hem. Back yoke with self-fabric locker loop. Made in Portugal.