Italian Polo Shirt
One of our best field agents was bumming around Madrid, living with two Italian flatmates who would ridicule the Americans—calling them dozzinale—for wearing t-shirts every day (dozzinale means “cheap,” in case you were wondering).
The Italians wore these every day, everywhere. Light and tailored, sharp and crisp. A luxe blend of cotton, silk, and cashmere. This was their t-shirt. You could do a lot worse.
Italian Polo Shirt (No. 6624). A dashing knit polo, really. Updated with a no-buttons johnny collar. Great with jeans and loafers. 70% cotton, 20% nylon, 10% silk. Slimming, tailored fit. Ribbed sleeve cuffs and hem. Patch pocket at left chest. Imported.