Cuba Shirt

Cuba Shirt


This is Suita, Osaka store.

We'll be posting new arrivals every day on this blog!

We have so many new arrivals that we can't keep up with introducing them all before the summer hits!

We'll be introducing more today too!

Today we have the Cuban shirt, as mentioned in the title!

This is a popular series in the summer, along with Hawaiian shirts.

Originally in Cuba, the item is recognized as formal wear, such as being worn by public servants as uniforms and at weddings, funerals, and other ceremonial occasions.

It features a wide open collar, slightly longer length, chest and hem pockets, and details on both sides.

This season, Dry Bones offers three types of Cuban shirts.

First, this.

DS-2685 S/S Linen Cuba Shirt

Color: Natural, Charcoal

Summery linen material.
It is breathable and perfect for the upcoming season.

The fabric has a crisp feel that is unique to linen, and the rustic coloring gives it a refreshing look.

Since it's a simple item, it would also look good paired with resort patterned shorts.

The next is this.

DS-2684 S/S Nep Print Cuba Shirt


This is made from 100% cotton, which is easy to care for.
This piece comes in a calm light grey with a checkered nep print that gives it a striking look.

It's a very expressive fabric.

It would look good with denim, of course, but also with two-pleat trousers.

And lastly, here it is!

DS-2683 S/S Print Cuba Shirt “PINE APPLE”

Color: Navy

A pineapple pattern with a great impact!
This pattern has long been popular with Hawaiian shirts.

If you look closely at the fabric, you will see a checkered openwork pattern.
It has a cool feel and matches the pattern well.

This is also an item that you'll want to coordinate with linen pants, shorts, sandals, etc. for a truly summery look.

What do you think?

Each Cuban shirt has its own unique charm.
Please choose according to your preference.

There are many variations, but each one is made in small quantities.

If you're interested, please come and check it out as soon as possible.

That's all for today.

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