Seattle-retailer Blackbird has officially introduced their first line of private label shirting. In hopes of delivering something truly special, they took the idea of using an all natural hand-dyeing process that would produce one-of-a-kind finishes specific to each shirt and therefore each individual wearer. The process was extensive but worthwhile in the end for Blackbird and its customers alike. They took high-quality 100% cotton oxford cloth and cut it into a trim fitting shirt with a slim collar and birch wood two-holed buttons. The shop worked directly with reputable Northwest dye masters to piece together a palette of moody grays and olives, rich reds, and dusty tans and greens. The result is tremendous as the shirts really fit well into an everyday-wear ensemble. This is looking to be a homerun for Blackbird’s first at bat in such an endeavor.
The shirts will be hitting the Blackbird shop soon and will fetch $189 a pop.
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