One of the first patterns to be introduced in fashion, the striped shirt has still having success today. If until recently it was considered a pattern suitable for a sporty look, we are today seeing a revolution in this trend. Symbol of the refined clothing and emblem of a sober and refined style, the striped shirts are present in the 7camicie collection in different types and colours.
Just in the summer time, we can wear the striped shirt by experimenting with colours and combinations in always different shades. Worn with long cotton trousers, bermudas and sporty shoes, the striped shirts can easily revitalize the masculine wardrobe.
While narrow and close stripes are indicated for formal occasions such as business meetings, wide and distant stripes are suitable only for a casual look. An excellent alternative to formal dress, the striped shirt is pleasing to the eye if combined with a solid jacket or a checkered one, while it is not recommended to combine it with a tie with the same pattern. Choosing vertical lines is the first rule to follow for a gentleman look.
Amusing and bold, the double face Firenze shirt is perfect for the free time and the work. The French collar with one button is well suited to the tie, while the possibility to wear it in two different variants guarantees an always different look. Ensuring maximum comfort and freedom of movement, it can be worn inside or outside of the trousers, with long or enrolled sleeves, allowing it to be worn on any occasion.
Some shirts with stripes are well suitable for an elegant and formal outfit, this is the case for the Tiziano shirt from the 7camicie collection. With narrow stripes in a precious poplin tissue, this garment is a combination of elegance and originality. This shirt has a revolutionary button down collar stopped with a hidden button and a smooth buttoning, that does not go unnoticed.
Let yourself be conquered by a thousand facets garment, the striped shirts give an original touch to the look of the modern man attentive to the care of the detail.