Men's Drinkim Linen Shirt

£59.00
£39.00

Lightweight long sleeved shirt in a linen and Lyocell blend, dyed using natural indigo.

Description

Relaxed long sleeved shirt crafted from a lightweight linen and Lyocell blend.

The Drinkim shirt is light and breathable, combining the coolness of linen with the durability of plant-based Lyocell fibres. The linen gives it a soft worn-in feel, while the Lyocell adds a touch of extra strength to the fabric, without the need for man-made fibres like polyester.

This shirt has a laid back fit with neat chest pockets and a gently curved hem. Dyed using natural indigo for a richer blue.

A fuss-free shirt for warm summer days.

Specification

• 60% Lyocell, 40% linen
• Relaxed fit
• Dyed using natural indigo
• Light and breathable
• Chest pockets
• Curved hem
• Adjustable cuff
• Oeko-Tex certified fabric
• Machine washable (wash separately)
• Made in India

Fabric & Care

• 60% Lyocell, 40% linen
• Machine Washable 30c

NOTE: Indigo dye, by its very nature, will bleed out gradually over time (think of your favourite old pair of faded jeans). To avoid turning the rest of your laundry blue, we recommend hand-washing it separately the first few times and not using a washing machine.

Shipping & Returns

UK orders over £50 are postage free.

• Standard Delivery: £4(2 to 5 working days)
• Express Delivery: £6(Dispatched using a 24 hour service).

Orders placed after 1pm will be dispatched next working day.


Returning a full price item is free for all UK orders.

For more details and for international information please see our full shipping & returns policies here.

What is it?

Linen is a lightweight fabric made from the durable fibres of flax plants.

What’s it good for?

Linen is one of the most hardwearing fibres in existence and is naturally resistant to bacteria. It is also completely biodegradable so has a lower impact on the environment. We love it for its lightweight breathability and soft worn-in look and feel. A true summer essential.

Don't get the blues

This product has been coloured by dipping it in botanical indigo dye, for a natural lived-in look.

Indigo dye, by its very nature, will bleed out gradually over time (think of your favourite old pair of faded jeans).

To avoid turning the rest of your laundry blue, we recommend hand-washing it separately the first few times and not using a washing machine.  

We wouldn’t want you to get the blues.

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