Black Purple Dress Shirt
Active Designer Dress Shirt: Imperial
The Active Designer Dress Shirt is destined to be among the finest among menswear. Each shirt is made in the USA with great pride. Anton Alexander shirts are available in two different types, slim fit, and modern fit. This Black Purple Dress Shirt is made with moisture wicking fabric innovation. The fabric is ultra light, easy care, and wrinkle-free. This new innovative fabric technology gives you many great benefits. Not only is it breathable for hot days, but it also has moisture wicking technology. This eliminates the concept of sweaty armpits. The unique fabric blend is also wrinkle-free and super easy care. The entire shirt weighs less than 9oz. The design has contrast stitching over contrast fabrics and buttonholes. Every shirt has a unique brass chrome ring double button design with purl double stitched buttonholes.
- Dress Shirts Made In the USA
- 60% Polyester 40% Cotton
- Moisture Wicking Fabric Innovation
- Easy Care & Wrinkle Free Technology
- Ultra Light Fabric weighing the entire shirt under 9oz
Below is the size chart for this Anton Alexander Black Purple Dress Shirt
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Black Purple Dress Shirt Fabric Characteristics
Breathable Fabric & Less Body Odor: Looping of the fibers process builds many micro-spaces inside the yarn enabling the air to pass through both ways, making the fabric more breathable. This will allow the fabric to dry and evaporate sweat very quickly and prevent clothes from sticking to the body.
Elasticity: Knit fabrics are more elastic then woven allowing them to be more flattering to the human body. Woven fabrics can only stretch in one direction parallel to the weave, as knit can stretch in any direction due to the stitches being in loops and bending in any direction without stressing the knit material. Weight: Full of air and loosely bounded together, knitted fabrics are much lighter than woven. Being that the yarn is looped together, it uses much less yarn to create the fabric. In woven fabrics, strands are tightly packed together and several criss-cross over one another, making the overall fabric much heavier.