Here is a tab collar shirt in cotton Oxford.
It’s defined as OTTO PASSAGGI, ‘eight passages, from the number of parts that are stitched or reinforced by hand
(collar’s canvasses and collarband, shoulders, yoke, sleeve head with the typical Neapolitan little pleats (piegoline), front placket, gussets (la ‘mosca’), buttons attached with the traditional ‘hen’s foot’ stitching for better durability, buttonholes).
We opted for a ‘Milanese’ cuff (also known as ‘Cocktail’ cuff or, since 1962, ‘Bond cuff’).
Of course we can made any style of collar or cuff, get in touch via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for queries.
Some readily available fabrics are shown in the photo section, we’d be happy to look for other fabrics if required.
Buttons will always be in true mother of pearl.
Made in Naples, Italy