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Ahh, the collar. It is reported that the collar owes its existence to the ruffles that formed in a shirt around a man's throat in medieval drawstring shirts. It has since come to symbolize wealth, style, and, of course, men's eternal role as human cattle for women everywhere.
The gentry shirt is a stylish, understated renaissance shirt with slightly puffed sleeves, a stylish collar and a placket-style button front. It's primarily a Scottish style, worn alone or underneath a doublet or vest.
The shirt is made from relaxed cotton and hangs loosely for a casual appearance. Although it's primarily meant for males, it can be worn by women as well. It's available in white or black and is ideal for any renaissance outfit. Machine wash delicate, tumble dry.