Ecru in Japanese is called “kinari” and is raw and unbleached. John Lofgren & Co. have used this kinari to make a simple and versatile shirt. The soft and natural ecru chambray reflects light in a more gentle way. It just looks softer. There is a very subtle natural beauty to the tiny flecks of cotton plant remnants in the fibers. It isn’t just a “white” shirt, but the only “white shirt” you’ll need. You can pick this up here.
The contrast stitching and natural Tagua Palm Nut buttons compliment the soft white glow, and also bring out the little cotton plant flecks. With the right layering and style this could easily be worn all-year-round.
Again John Lofgren maintains absolute top quality in his products. Felled-seams, over-run chain stitching, and selvedge details expemplify these high standards.