How does it fit?
The Gray Confetti Popover Shirt has a relaxed silhouette and comes with adjustable side tabs so you can create a more tailored waistline when desired — it cinches in as much as two inches.
How do I care for it?
Machine wash cold, line dry.
- Fabric: 100% cotton.
- Blue cotton contrasts on inside cuffs, on the underside of the waist tabs, and lining the back yoke.
- Chest pocket on wearer’s left.
- Adjustable buttoned waist tabs for a wide range of fits.
- Curved hemline is slightly lower in the back than the front as in a classic men’s shirt.
- White buttons with a slight sheen.
Smart Fashion, Smarter Models
Our Women's Spring Collection is modeled by PhDs and doctoral candidates.
Women's Gray Confetti Cotton Popover Shirt
Womenswear designer Tony Wloch explains his latest concept:
I went through several iterations to find a perfect spring/summer shirting style, and I think I've finally landed on something that feels new, interesting, but not so over the top you couldn't wear it every day.
It's a classic woven button-up collared shirt, but with a henley-style, half placket made for pulling right over your head. The body is designed to be loose enough to pull on comfortably, but I've added in waist cinching tabs to flatter curvier bodies or those just looking for a more fitted look.
Each features premium light-weight cottons, resulting in a perfectly simple, yet elegant shirt that's ready for any occasion in a flash. You can wear it untucked and un-cinched for a perfect casual weekend look with jeans and flats, or you can use the cinching tabs at the waist with a pencil skirt to really show off an hourglass shape.
Tony is a professional apparel designer, fashion design student, independent design entrepreneur, and reluctant insomniac. A jack of all trades in the fashion industry, he has hauled production runs out of the back alleys of Los Angeles and worked on designs that were shown on the runways of Milan.
With ties to the gutted industrial complex of Detroit he has experienced the ripple effects of jobs shipped overseas first hand and has consequently supported the use and spread of American production. Follow him on Instagram @bobbinandrex for insider looks at the apparel industry, fashion school life, and various San Francisco shenanigans.