Tuxedo-less Island Shirt
Sitting in Kiki’s on Mykonos, sipping the house wine from a tin jug in a corner that feels like the furthest corner of the world, you look like you escaped a complicated situation. It’s the shirt.
Was there a tuxedo with this at some point? Is there a weeping bon vivant standing on the beach waiting on nuptials? Was there a business deal in Mexico City gone awry? It wasn’t illegal per se, but here you are all the same.
Appropriate that you chose the only cafe on the island with no electricity, aiding your submergence into mystery while the sun sets.
You debonair rat.
Tuxedo-less Island Shirt (No. 5674). Says you’ve got some wealth and more than a few secrets. Loose, comfortable, but still dressy. 55% linen, 45% cotton blend that’s heat and humidity friendly. Twelve striking pleats down each front side (the artisans insist on twelve, anything else is in poor taste). Real trocas shell buttons. Full sleeves with gathers. Straight banded hem with pointed detail at front. Looks best untucked with a few buttons left open—just enough attitude to make the locals wonder. Made in India.