orSlow appeared on my radar a few months ago via Inventory Magazine, and though I haven’t had the influx of income yet that would allow me to buy one I feel obliged to mention them here as they’re undoubtedly one of the nicest chambray shirts I’ve come across. orSlow is a Japanese company started in 2005 by Ichiro Nakatsu in pursuit of producing tasteful, vintage-esque clothing. The beauty of the chambray shirts – both the chambray button downs and the chambray work shirt – is in their simplicity. There are no needless add-ons here. These shirts are stripped down, exceptionally designed and made using the best construction methods and fabric available. The shirts, as with many of those produced in Japan, can be a little short in the sleeve if you happen to have ridiculously long arms like myself but they can always be rolled up a little bit to get away from this problem. They’re available in store at Inventory as well as online here.
Images via Inventory.