Huckberry and Taylor Stitch Made a Rad "Holiday Chef Shirt"
This durable, American-made shirt is something you can wear in the kitchen, or out at the bar.
Fashion website Huckberry teamed up with men’s shirtmaker Taylor Stitch to produce a high-quality, fashionable chef shirt for the holidays.
The shirt, which comes in blue and white (we’ll take the blue), was inspired by SF chef Timmy Malloy, of Local’s Corner. Huckberry writes,
“Timmy wanted a hardwearing, American-made shirt that could stand up to the pressure of Chopped, but was still breathable enough for Hell’s Kitchen. Mike and Barrett of Taylor Stitch delivered with a tailored Chef Shirt made from a lightweight fabric, and that includes thoughtful details like shoulder and utility pockets for kitchen utensils, and Cat’s Eye buttons—a nod to workwear from the early 19th century.”
The chef shirt features Taylor Stitch’s signature fit and shorter tail length, which is perfect when you don’t want to tuck it in. Malloy says, this is “a Chef Shirt that I’d actually wear to the bar.”
The chef shirts are available online for $79.98.
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