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Lisbon Linen Shirt

ColorBeige / Red Stripes

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Our classic short-sleeved shirt is a must-have for summer, crafted from 100% striped linen with a lapel collar and wooden buttons. It's not only stylish but also breathable, ensuring you stay cool and comfortable during the warmer months. The relaxed fit and wide fold-up sleeves add a touch of casual elegance, making it versatile enough to dress up or down for any occasion.

Style it with the Ellie Linen Trousers for a chic and fun summer outfit.

100% Linen.
Wood buttons.

Care Instructions:
Wash at 30º
Hang dry
Iron at low temperature

Relaxed fit. If you want a more fitted look, consider sizing down.

Inês is 175cm and wearing size Medium.
Carolina is 171cm and wearing size Small.
Check the tool "Find my size" to see which size will fit better your body type. This tool also features a detailed chart of the garment.

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Lisbon Linen Shirt

Who made this garment
Naz Production Partners. RCS Linhos is one of the last linen weavers left in Portugal, and where 95% of our linen garments start.

RCS Linhos

With almost no linen weavers left in Portugal, we were so lucky to find this special one. The owner, Oscar, always teaches us something new and is always eager to learn different things.

Naz Production Partners. Our buttons come from one of the oldest factories in Portugal


They started in the 60s, with an innovative technology: buttons from polyester resin. Now, they kindly offer ecological biodegradable buttons, made from natural components, such as cotton, recycled paper, vegetables, fruit, wood, etc.)

Naz Production Partners. Our Woven partner is a small, family-owned factory, where the workforce is 100% made of women.


Our woven garment partner is a small, family-owned factory, where the workforce is 100% made of women. Visiting them is always a big pleasure, and the icing on the cake is to meet up with Cristina, the extraordinary multi-tasked woman that manages everything.

More about the material
Linen flax plants can grow in poor land, and even rehabilitate it.


Linen comes from Flax trees, which can grow in poor land that is not used for food production - in some cases, it can even rehabilitate polluted soil.

Rainwater is the most used way to cultivate flax, as it needs 60% less water than conventional cotton. That saves 307 litres of water per kilo of fibre on its production, compared to cotton (yes, a bit shocking).

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