Camp-collar shirts have made a comeback the past two summers thanks to the style’s laid-back midcentury design. The absence of a collar button gives the shirt a breezy and nonchalant appearance, a quality Camoshita’s creative director Yasuto Kamoshita liked enough to incorporate into his brand’s fall shirting. Camoshita recently released three camp-collar offerings available at Mr Porter — one striped variant and two with a subtle graph check. Each sports a boxy cut and flap chest pockets reminiscent of 1960s casual shirts. Wear one in place of an oxford, and you’ll be kicking it old school come fall.
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