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Shirt Sizing

Size Neck Chest Sleeve Length
XS 13"-13.5" 32"-34" 31"-32"
S 14"-14.5" 35"-37" 32"-33"
M 15"-15.5" 38"-40" 33"-34"
L 16"-16.5" 41"-43" 34"-35"
XL 17"-17.5" 44"-46 35"-36"
Size Neck Chest Sleeve Length
XS 33-34 cm 81-86 cm 79-81 cm
S 35-37 cm 87-94 cm 81-84 cm
M 38-39 cm 95-102 cm 84-86 cm
L 41-42 cm 103-109 cm 86-89 cm
XL 43-44.5 cm 110-117 cm 89-92 cm

Chest

Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.

Arm Length

Bend your elbow around a 90 degree angle. Have someone hold measuring tape at the center back of your neck. Measure across your shoulder to your elbow and down to your wrist. The total length is your arm length.

Luke Edward Hall Oxford - Greek Vase

Button-down shirt - $175

Luke Edward Hall Oxford - Greek Vase

Button-down shirt $175

Notes

The perfect Oxford shirt with a soft S-roll button-down collar and Luke Edward Hall Greek vase. Handmade in the U.S.A from 100% Japanese cotton Oxford cloth. 

Details

Soft S-roll button down collar. Pure cotton buttons. American placket. (Props not included.)

Size & Fit

This shirt has a modern cut. Not too trim, not too baggy.

Provenance

London-based artist Luke Edward Hall and Rowing Blazers founder Jack Carlson share a love for the Classical world. In Luke’s case, it’s an aesthetic fascination: the architecture of Greco-Roman temples, and the human and divine body in sculpture. For Jack, it’s an academic pursuit: before establishing the New York-based menswear brand in 2017, he was a field archaeologist in Italy and earned a PhD in Roman archaeology at Oxford. The two met in 2014 when Jack’s book – also called Rowing Blazers – was published. But they reconnected when Rowing Blazers launched as a brand, and the idea of a collaboration came naturally to both of them. The capsule is based on a series of five illustrations by Luke Edward Hall inspired by the ancient world: a Greek vase; the mask of Tutankhamun; a discus-thrower; a set of ionic columns in ruin; and a statue bust.