NOK 599,50 kr
How it's made
Love & Care
Made in Portugal
The Watkins Black Curtain is made from a 9 Oz 100% cotton fabric custom developed for Livid and woven at Somelos in Portugal. A comfortable mid- to heavy-weight fabric perfect for the coming autumn months.
Made in our newest shirt fit, the Watkins. A classic regular slim cut to accommodate heavy layering with a more roomy and generous cut. Featuring a centre front closure with real buffalo horn buttons, long sleeves ending with button cuffs and one squared front chest pocket.
The garment features: - 9 Oz wideloom woven at Somelos, Portugal. - 100% sanforized cotton- Real buffalo horn buttons made by Louropel in Portugal. - Stitched with high quality poly core cotton thread. - Made at Neto & Silva in Roriz Santo Tirso, Portugal. - Limited to 180 pieces made.
Model is 184 cm, weight 73 kg and wears a size M.
Go to our fitguide to read more about the Watkins shirt.
Available in sizes small to xxx-large.
This particular product is from our seasonal collection line. A wide collection of uncompromising garments of high quality. Available in a variety of retailers who shares the same passion for denim and other well made products.
We take a lot of pride in having our products made in Portugal and in Europe. This enables us to frequently visit our factories to ensure continuity in quality, as well as ensuring a good working environment for the people who are involved in creating all of our products.
Machine washTurn inside out, and carefully follow the washing instructions attached to the garment. Wash with similar colours without any fabric softener. Do not tumble dry, and be sure to stretch inseams while damp to maintain preferred arm length. May shrink up to 3% depending on how many degrees. Handwash is always recommended for minimal shrinkage and damage to the material.Dry – or wet bleedSome of our garments are un-washed and un-treated and if dyed in indigo they may dry- or wet bleed. Be careful with rubbing against furniture or other clothing articles.
Uncertain of how to take measures? Read our measuring guide here.