PLEASE NOTE: All markdown items are FINAL SALE. No returns and exchanges can be accepted for these items.
***This was an overcut from the factory. It is slightly larger than the typical Epaulet size large shirt.
Epaulet by Gitman Bros. is an exclusive capsule collection of shirts made by Pennsylvania's Gitman Brothers Company. Crafted with gorgeous fabrics and meticulous tailoring, these pieces are all cut with our signature in-house slim fit.
The club collar is the perfect devil-may-care touch on a semi-dressy outfit, and it really shines untucked in the spring breeze. Genuine mother of pearl buttons run throughout the shirt and it features a traditional left chest pocket, stitched placket, and single button cuffs. Its mid-length tail looks good tucked or un-tucked.
Since 1948 Gitman has consistently made one of the finest shirts in the world. Located in Ashland, Pennsylvania, Gitman is also one of the last remaining shirt makers that bases its manufacturing entirely in America. Everyone they work with has been sewing clothing for generations and brings all their history and skill to each individual shirt they sew. Their experience is irreplaceable and we are dedicated to keep our manufacturing here to utilize and save something that is truly part of American history. With so many market goods now made offshore, the "Made in USA" label has not only come to represent a superior product made locally, but also to connote a new form of Internationally recognized quality. At Gitman, their identity is based on the fact that they produce a garment founded on quality in materials and construction - a particular combination of the worlds finest fabrics and master shirt making.
Measurements & Sizing
Note: All measurements are shown in inches. "Chest" is measured from one seam at the armpit to the other. "Shoulder" is measured from one shoulder seam to the other. "Sleeve" is measured from the shoulder seam to the cuff. "Length" is measured from the base of the collar (where it attaches to the shirt) to the bottom of the tail.