Tencel Notch Collar Shirt
Designed for everyone and made to be classic. Made from sustainable TENCEL™ Lyocell, this gender neutral notch collar shirt is easy to dress up, or dress down with jeans. It's that perfect button-down that goes with everything.
- Details: Super soft and breathable feel with front button closure and notch collar detail.
- Fit: Gender neutral sizing in a slightly relaxed fit.
- Material: 100% TENCEL™ Lyocell.
- Origin: Made in in Toronto, Canada.
- Care: Hand wash, dry flat.
For size guidance, see model size below product images and garment measurements in the Fit & Size Guide above.
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★ 5.0 - 2 Reviews
This is one the the most beautiful shirts I’ve ever owned. The material is so soft, and feel luxurious. It also doesn’t wrinkle like a traditional dress shirt, which is just an added bonus!!
TENCEL™ Lyocell fiber is derived from sustainably-sourced (and certified) wood sources. The production process uses solvent and water that are recycled in a closed-loop process — so more than 99% of the solvent is recovered and reused.
When it comes to wear, TENCEL™ Lyocell is supremely soft, breathable, and light. It’s durability and excellent colour retention makes for long-lasting pieces you’ll have in your collection for years to come.
Leave nothing behind
Every order ships in a 100% compostable mailer. Add it to your at-home compost and it will enrich the soil with plant food over 6 months until it completely decomposes.
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We automatically neutralize the shipping emissions of your order by donating to reforestation projects.
We've partnered with Pachama, a best-in-class organization in carbon neutral protocols and standards. Our contributions are currently funding the Jarí Para Forest Conservation Project in the Amazon Rainforest.