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Boat neck, long sleeve Breton top. Carded cotton gives the GUILDO sailor shirt a rustic look. The straight cut provides a voluminous fit, and the 'naval spirit' neckline completes the traditional sailor shirt.
100% carded cotton.
Made in France.
It can be hard to see the difference between the two models Guildo and Meridien, they are made in the same fabric. Guildo has a boat neck and a little shorter sleeves, while Meridien has a more rounded neck, and a little longer sleeves.
Size and fit
Straight shape. Unisex fit.
The sizes are quite small, so if you for example are a size M, consider switching to a size L.
Sizes unisex: XS = 1, S = 2, SM = 3, M = 4, ML = 5, L = 6
Take measurement of your best item, lay it flat and measure in cm. Compare with the size form below. This way you can easily find the right size. All items are individually measured by the Fishtail crew.
Remember many fabrics will shrink when washed, make sure you have some extra cm.
Chest: Width Armpit to armpit
Body: Length from shoulder to bottom
Arm: Length armpit to the end of the arm
Waist: Width from hip to hip
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Saint James has been the nautical sweater specialist for over 150 years, drawing inspiration from the sea facing, windswept land of sailors sandwiched between Normandy and Brittany and a stone’s throw from Mont Saint-Michel.To this day, still located in the small village of Saint James, the company stays true to its roots. Their iconic, timeless basics can be worn by tiny tots right through to the older generation.The historic French label is best known for pioneering the iconic Breton striped sweater, originally intended for fishermen and then adopted by sailors and yachtsmen. They began knitting the famous sailor sweater in the 19th century. This sweater made from wool was so tightly knit that it was regarded as a ‘second skin’, considered to be waterproof and perfect for sailors when fishing in the freezing cold seas of the North Atlantic. It takes at least 23 kilometers of thread and 18 manufacturing steps to make a Saint James sailor sweater. In total, over 18 seamstresses will have been involved in cutting, making, quality controlling and ironing the final item.Other timeless essentials are the authentic striped sailor jerseys, originally worn as part of the official uniform in the French navy. Made in the Saint-James workshops, in high-quality cotton with a boat neck and the iconic nautical stripes.